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Marine biologist, environmental advisor, consultant and writer
Andrew is drawn to the sea. He has specialist knowledge of the Gulf and wider Indian Ocean.
With over 30 years experience in research, international consultancy, coastal and ocean sailing, Andrew and his activities are cosmopolitan. He writes technical books and articles, and for broader audiences.
SLOW-TECH: Manifesto For An Overwound World...
Andrew's latest book, Slow-Tech: Manifesto For An Overwound World takes a broad sweep at why nature, what we do and the things we create have become too highly strung… and how the solution lies in greater robustness. It was inspired by many experiences. Read more about the book...
Publicity, media and book festivals for SLOW-TECH below.
Andrew’s web site illustrates in more detail what he does and gives visitors opportunity to contact him about his books, services or other enquiries.
Publicity, media and book festivals
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Andrew is maintaining an up-to-date blog with details of his media appearances.
Edinburgh International Book Festival - 08/2009
RTÉ Radio Show, Ireland - 30/01/2009
Live interview with Pat Kenny about the ideas and thinking behind Slow-Tech
Glasgow Book Festival - 08/03/2009
Words by the Water: A Cumbrian Literature Festival - 07/03/2009
BBC Radio World Service - 16/01/2009
Andrew discusses his ideas on robustness and efficiency - the thrust of Slow-Tech – on Science in Action with Sue Broom. Link to the BBC website
Link to website
BBC Radio 5 Live - 05/01/2009
Richard Bacon's programme on BBC Radio Five Live.
The Guardian - 03/01/2009
Slow-Tech included in pick of the publishers’ lists for the first six months of the new year.
BBC Radio 4 - 22/12/2008
Andrew talked about his latest book and ideas on BBC Radio 4's Start the week on Monday 22nd December. Link to the BBC website.
Link to the BBC website