Sue Clifford (born 16 April 1944) co-founded Common Ground, a British organisation which campaigns to link nature with culture and the positive investment people can make in their own localities, with Angela King in 1983.
She has worked as a planner and as a lecturer in environmental planning, latterly at University College London. With King, she has written and edited a variety of books to help people be more expressive about and be more active within their own locality. She is co-author of England in Particular ‘a celebration of the commonplace, the local, the vernacular and the distinctive’.
- Trees Rivers and Fields (2001)
- England in Particular (2006)
- The Apple Source Book (2007)
- Community Orchards Handbook (2011)
- "Birthdays", The Guardian, 16 April 2014: 37
- http://www.theguardian.com/books/2006/jun/24/featuresreviews.guardianreview2 June 2006 The Guardian review of England in Particular by Mark Cocker
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