Forthcoming events

Robin Webster, Senior Climate Change Engagement Strategist, will be doing a workshop about how to have a climate change discussion at the Eden Project, as part of their residential community camp weekends.

Community Camp is for people across the UK who want to start a community project or are already doing something and want to take the next step. Camp is suitable for people who are just starting out on their journey, or those who are more experienced but keen to learn from and share with others.


This session with Dr Chris Shaw, Senior Researcher, is for climate activists looking to build common causes with workers who will be affected by the transition to a zero carbon economy.

How do we ensure the move to zero emissions is done fairly? How can we ensure that those most affected by climate change are at the heart of the movement tackling it? Where are the fights happening now for green jobs, and where is solidarity needed?

This congress explores the questions of how climate change communication can push forward societal change, how future scenarios and visions can be used, and how climate comunication can be analysed.

Alongside a number of other well-known speakers, George Marshall will give a keynote speech on key elements of effective climate change communication.

The website is in German only but keep an eye on our website & social media for more information in English.

Robin Webster continues the project How to Have a Climate Conversation.  This webinar will pull together the feedback from all the participants surveys into a piece of research.

The project is a collaboration between Climate KIC and Climate Outreach working to widen and deepen public engagement in climate change by producing world-leading advice and practical tools for engagement.



Expert speakers & panellists, including Tara Clarke, will be speaking at the Oxford Citizens Assembly on Climate Change.

Oxford will be the first UK city to hold a Citizens Assembly on Climate Change. This follows a unanimous declaration of a Climate Emergency by councillors of all parties on Oxford City Council. The Assembly  will be held across two weekends (28-29 September 2019 and 19- 20 October 2019) at the Saïd Business School in Oxford city centre.

Working with Schumacher College and The Dartington Hall Trust on the Art of Rapid Transition project- a series of talks and workshops about change and how to make it happen.

This workshop, with climate communications specialist Robin Webster, will equip you with tools, techniques and understanding to bring conversations about climate change into your workplace in ways that resonate with people’s values and inspire transformation.

It’s our 15th anniversary this year and we can’t think of a better way to mark the occasion by celebrating not just our achievements, but also some of the amazing work delivered by organisations and individuals around the world who are driving public engagement with climate change.

Apply by 4 October 2019 for a chance to win £1000 and an opportunity to showcase your work at our Awards Ceremony on 7 November 2019 at the Sheldonian in Oxford, UK.