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Anna Panagiotou
This blog post was created through the joined efforts of Beth Smith and Anna Panagiotou. If you are following our work and social media, you have probably heard about Estuarine Mapping. Estuarine Mapping explores what our current environment does and doesn’t allow us to do. The ultimate purpose is to change the environment so that the […]
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Anna Panagiotou
I might not write another blog in the MassSense series for a while, so I wanted this one to be a banger: an expanded exploration, twice as long as usual and focusing on more than one insight. As a reminder, this series draws from an open-source situational assessment we ran in 2020 and 2021 as […]
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Anna Panagiotou
 The summer of 2012 was crucial in my thesis – I had finished my theoretical framework and a couple of chapters. I was about to tackle the most grounded part of my research: wading through a lake of approximately 40,000 bits of broken pottery.  The purpose was to make sense of that material to understand […]
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Anna Panagiotou
Still there and is still finding its way out to you, even if it is a trickle rather than a flood. For anyone who needs a reminder about what this is even about, in this group of blogs, we are sharing some of the insights gleaned from the open project run by the climate change and sustainability […]
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Anna Panagiotou
I am recently back from “the road”, and as others might have found, you learn a lot in those circumstances. Especially when the road includes almost daily workshops, sessions, meetings, and seminars with your boss…who happens to be Dave Snowden…who happens to be working out some key things right now.   So before everything slips […]
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Anna Panagiotou
In this look at the MassSense data, we turn to age. The older participants are, the more prominent the anticipation of change in people’s values becomes. The oldest also see the possibility of building bridges between ideological and institutional change. One of the dimensions we asked participants to assess the Covid-associated images against was the […]
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Anna Panagiotou
The response patterns to our questions suggest that COVID was a chance to re-assess the relationship between the collective, the individual, and the world around us.  This relationship is crucial in climate change, where we continuously grapple with the ideas of action, motivation, and impact. To dig deeper, we will focus on how perceived impact […]
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Anna Panagiotou
I’m starting to hope that this blog is the start of something that will become a tradition. The climate change (nature, sustainability, biodiversity, take your pick) programme periodically releases an open collection. Such collections invite participation from absolutely anybody and offer the possibility of collecting targeted data and accessing them at no cost. The first […]
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Anna Panagiotou
This is going to be a rambling ride, so strap in. There was once a little TV show about vampires called True Blood. It run for several seasons, and I abandoned it around Season 4. Season 1 was interesting, 3 was deliciously campy, but season 2 contained seeds of wisdom. In Season 2, a maenad […]
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