Inclusive Climate Conversations

Inclusive Climate Conversations
Credit: Peter Kindersley

How do we reach and engage diverse and marginalised audiences with climate issues?

Recently, ACT Climate Labs' Insights Director, Harriet Kingaby discussed how we can make climate communications more inclusive with Steven Sahota, North of England and Scotland Regional Coordinator for Hope for the Future.

Hope for the Future is a charity that works to equip communities, groups and individuals across the country to communicate the urgency of climate change. Their vision is to see communities and their elected representatives across the UK come together to take decisive action on climate change.

Steven is based in the North of England and his background lies in democratic engagement; from working on housing policy at local government associations, to children centre management, encouraging marginalised groups to access their services.

Inlcuded in this post:

  • What's going on? Who is affected and why?
  • Creating effective climate comms: How to better engage with diverse and marginalised audiences