Author: Wendy Corbett

- Wendy Corbett, BA (Hons), MA, AFHEA. Independent Designer and Associate Lecturer in Digital Publishing. Wendy Corbett has worked for The International Herald Tribune, Asia/Pacific Region, Progress Press Printing in Australia, Reed Midland Newspapers in the UK and she has worked as a senior multimedia designer for The South Worcestershire Joint Core Strategy for Urban Environment and Economic Development. Wendy is now an Associate Lecturer at the University of Worcester teaching her specialist area of digital publishing. Wendy is the co-creator and design lead for susthingsout.com, The University of Worcester’s online sustainability magazine which shares the story of how The University of Worcester Community are taking action across curriculum, campus and community to combat climate change and its impacts by 2030. susthingsout.com earned recognition in the academic world via three academic papers and conference presentations on its successes. Wendy Corbett studied MA Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London, Graphic and Multimedia Design at Worcester Art College and Creative Digital Media at the University of Worcester.

Why we need to revive our traditional orchards

Interview by Wendy Corbett. Words by Rebecca Lashley. Sound design by Kevin Jenkins. Rebecca Lashley, Worcestershire County Council’s Biodiversity Officer, discusses the ecology and wildlife of traditional orchards in Worcestershire and the work the County Council is doing to promote these ancient and valuable habitats. The boom in orchard planting and fruit production in Worcestershire throughout the 1800s and into the… Read more →

Is leadership for sustainability possible in a market economy?

This debate is worth listening to. It made a refreshing change to hear some honesty and courage as panel members tackled the questions raised which included present corporate and personal value systems. Each brought a unique perspective, knowledge and experience to the debate. These people are specialists in their field, they are serious about change and they are courageous enough… Read more →