Rosemary Grant-Muller

PhD Researcher

Rosemary is a PhD researcher at Tyndall Manchester. She is working on “Super Low Carbon Live Music – Transforming the Live Music Sector”

Building on the Tyndall Centre ‘super-low carbon live music roadmap’(see www.tyndall.manchester.ac.uk/research/reports/), Rosemary will expand the knowledge base on delivering emissions reductions in the live music sector. The project will include a social-science informed analysis of existing practices and industry norms and explore the potential of different interventions/approaches to transform these. It will also conduct technical assessments of the energy, carbon and sustainability implications of different options.

The project will identify and evaluate the most effective ways to decarbonise live music and work collaboratively with stakeholders to deliver and evaluate interventions.

Dates: May 2022- Nov 2025

Funding: UKRI

Supervisors:

  • Prof Carly McLachlan, (Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research), The University of Manchester
  • Dr Sarah Mander (Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research), The University of Manchester
  • Dr Christopher Jones, The University of Manchester

Rosemary holds an MA Environmental Management and Consultancy both from Lancaster University and is a Chartered Environmentalist.