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A man tends his rooftop garden in Kolkata, India. Roofs can be used for food production especially in the context of drought caused by climate change.

Welcome to Climate Outreach’s media centre. Read our current press releases and media advisories, meet our media spokespeople, and access a collection of climate imagery freely available to media. 

Press releases and media advisories

Recent media coverage

Our team has been interviewed on BBC World News, BBC Breakfast, Sky News, Sky News Daily Climate Show, Channel 4, Deutsche Welle, TRT World and BBC Radio Scotland. Recent media coverage also includes the Washington Post, The Guardian, The Hill, The Conversation, Esquire, Forbes, The New York Times, The Telegraph, El Espectador, Der Standard, and L’Opinion.

100 images of climate change freely available to media

Through our Climate Visuals programme, we’re pleased to share a collection of 100 images freely available to editorial media to help tell impactful and diverse stories of climate change in the lead-up to COP26 and beyond. These images are the result of our open call for photography in collaboration with TED Countdown, which attracted submissions from photographers in over 150 countries and reached over 5 million people.  

Media enquiries

For media enquiries, please contact:

 Léane de Laigue, Communications Lead, Climate Outreach – [email protected]      

Meet our media spokespeople

Jamie Clarke, Executive Director

Jamie has led Climate Outreach since 2013, steering its growth into an internationally acclaimed organisation driving public engagement with climate change. He is a proven international speaker and co-authored Talking Climate.

Dr Amiera Sawas, Programmes and Research Director

Amiera headed up the Climate Outreach delegation at COP26. She has diverse experience in climate, environment and development research and programming work, across the private, non-governmental and academic sectors.

George Marshall, Founding Director

George has 30 years’ experience at all levels of climate communications and advocacy and speaks and writes regularly on climate change issues. He is the author of Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change.

Deepayan Basu Ray, Climate Engagement Initiative Lead

Deepayan works with governments and international bodies to increase recognition of public engagement as a key component in addressing climate change and meeting the goals of the Paris Agreement.

Dr Susie Wang, Researcher

Susie is responsible for the design, execution and delivery of quantitative and qualitative social science research on a range of projects, including Britain Talks Climate and our work on communicating lifestyle change.

Toby Smith, Senior Programme Lead, Visuals and Media

Toby leads our Climate Visuals programme and has over 12 years experience as an award-winning environmental photographer. He focuses on building innovative and global stories through collaboration and publication in leading editorial outlets.

Robin Webster, Senior Programme Lead, Advocacy Communications 

Robin leads the Advocacy Communications programme for Climate Outreach, focusing on providing civil society campaigners with knowledge, tools and research to help them engage broader audiences with climate change.

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