About George Marshall
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ABOUT GEORGE MARSHALL
I have worked for 20 years for environmental and indigenous rights organisations including as senior campaigner for Greenpeace and the Rainforest Foundation. I have worked as a government consultant, video documentarian and general trouble maker.
I was one of the founders and co-ordinators of Rising Tide, a national network of grassroots climate change campaign groups. I was founder and am currently projects director for the Climate Outreach Information Network www.coinet.org.uk and am the lead author of COIN’s pioneering training programme.
I speak widely and endlessly about climate change issues and sustainable lifestyles and have written innumerable articles for The New Statesman, The Guardian, and The Ecologist. I am especially interested in our psychological response to climate change and post my observations and articles on a blog www.climatedenial.org
I am a self-styled ‘anarcho fogey mincetarian’ and live in Oxford in a low energy eco-house (www.theyellowhouse.org.uk) with my wife Annie and my two little pork pies Elsa and Ned.
Enough of this. You are very welcome to write to me at george(at)coinet.org.uk. Please be warned, though, that I am often submerged in e-mail to replies can sometimes take a while.