Steve Waller, sustainability adviser at the Improvement & Development agency for Local Government (I&DeA) has been involved in the research in two different capacities. Formerly, from Nottingham City Council, Steve was instrumental in the creation of the Nottingham Declaration and therefore was a protagonist interviewed for that Learning History. Now at the IDeA his interests lie in exploring how knowledge and learning about sustainability can be shared across Local Government organisations. Recently Steve has been involved in the running of the "Tackling Climate Change" beacon scheme, where those councils who have made considerable strides in addressing the climate change agenda are elected as "Beacons".
Toward lunchtime at the workshop I asked Steve how he was enjoying the workshop and his top of the head thoughts on the process of the research thus far. Click on the audio button below to hear what he said.
Steve - in conversation at the workshop
".....It's also been really good fun - this is a new way of doing things"
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