Meet the Project Co-ordinators
In June 2022 Fiona Morgan and Nick Read were appointed as job-share Project Co-ordinators to work with SSCA members and collaborative partners to deliver the ‘Next Steps’ Plan.
Their role involves:
Co-ordination, so that organisations and networks are working together to transform South Shropshire into a net zero carbon society
Collaboration, including joint lobbying of policy makers, developing and sharing resources, creating coalitions for joint bids to funding bodies
Communication, sharing best practice and promoting local exemplars, including toolkits and informative videos and promoting local events that contribute to the zero carbon agenda.
Meet the Steering Group
Joy Greenall (Measures)
BSc. Hons, Agric., FRAgS., IOTA Accredited
An international consultant in policy, research and training in farm business and environmental management, soil, crop and animal husbandry. Formerly head of the Organic Advisory Service and the Institute of Organic Training and Advice and visiting lecturer at Scotland’s Rural College. He is director of an education and conservation trust in Argentina, joint editor of the “Organic Farm Management Handbook” (12th edition), a 2018 Winston Churchill Fellow (studying soil management in the US and Europe), and a partner in a 150-acre farm in the Shropshire Hills.
Professor John Whitelegg
Senior Fellow for transport and climate change at the Foundation for Integrated Transport and an international consultant on transport projects.
John has authored technical standards, reports and 11 books concerning sustainable transport , including “Mobility: A New Urban Design and Transport Planning Philosophy for a Sustainable Future”. He is an adviser to the World Health Organisation on road safety and active travel.
We are grateful to the following for their contribution to our website:
Mike Bourke (Stretton Climate Care); Clive Dyson (Sustainable Bridgnorth), Sally Lancaster (previously of Generation Zero Carbon Shropshire) for writing the text; Caroline Talbot (Mossy Life) for working with us and permitting us to embed her events pages and maps; Sarah Jameson for its design.