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"Our team organised multiple ClimateScience workshops to understand the various aspects of climate change. The workshops were very powerful, filled with relevant content, and delivered seamlessly."
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While everyone has a role to play, we believe the future of our people, planet and profession depends on the business community taking measurable, decisive action on climate change.
- Punit Renjen, CEO at Deloitte
Learn about the basics of climate change and solutions. We can provide a general introduction or focus on a specific climate solution category.
Engaging your team with an interactive quiz based on the learnings of the presentation.
Split into breakout rooms to discuss a climate-themed topic and report back with thoughts and opinions. Our facilitators provide guidance.
Our facilitators will be available to answer questions during the session and via email for 48 hours after the session.
Understand the basics of climate change and climate solutions. We can provide a general introduction or focus on a specific climate solution category.
Bring out your team’s ideas through a guided problem-solving exercise. Our experienced facilitators are there to support the participants.
Workshops can scale from 5 to 75 participants. For large teams, we conduct many identical workshops. This allows us to attend to each participant's questions and needs.
Meet your workshop facilitators
JP is the Content Director here at ClimateScience. He's an Honours graduate from McGill University where he specialised in environmental sciences and economics.
Kami is the CEO of Elio, a startup facilitating climate solutions data communications. He studies Bioengineering at Harvard and built the ClimateScience translation team of over 200 volunteers.
Ghislaine is the Science Communication Lead at ClimateScience. She's a McGill University graduate with a degree in Economics, Environment, and International Development.
Abigail Scarlett Jones
Abigail is a graduate of the University of the West Indies, Jamaica, where she studied Environmental Biology. She is an ambassador for Island Innovation and the founder of Nostalgic Islander.
Ana is an urban planner and researcher who specialises in nature-based solutions for climate change adaptation and flood risk management. She has worked on projects in Africa, Asia and Europe.
Andrea is an Environmental Engineering graduate from Universidad Anáhuac. She now works in Environmental Affairs in the private sector, implementing an Environmental Management System and creating environmental e-courses.
Azeez is a Global Citizen Fellow. He is championing climate initiatives to support marginalised communities in building climate resilience. He was a delegate at COP26, UK and PreCOP26, Italy.
Dr. Jenna Jadin
Dr Jadin is a PhD Ecologist and experienced climate communicator, program manager, and technical specialist who has worked on climate issues in the US, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and more.
Lily is an Environmental Sciences, Policy, and Management graduate from Central European University and an advocate for sustainable food and agricultural systems. Lily can often be found working on a regenerative farm or doing field work.
Lily is a recent Environmental Engineering graduate from the University of Guelph. They are passionate about sustainability, conservation and international development.
Mairenn is a PhD student at the University of Cambridge with research interests spanning ecology, evolution and biodiversity. She's worked on content with ClimateScience for over two years.
Nabila Putri Salsabila
Joining as Workshop Facilitator, Salsa aims to help instil sustainability values into businesses. She studies Environmental Systems and Policy at ETH Zürich, with a minor in Sustainable Energy Use.
Rhiannon is a geologist, trained in the rock outcrops of Southern Utah and water resources of Alabama. She has worked in Brookhaven National Labs in New York and Argonne National Lab in Chicago.
Ricardo Pineda Guzman
Ricardo is the founding Director of Sustenta Honduras, and he serves as a consultant and climate negotiator. He is a sustainable development engineer from Tecnológico de Monterrey who specialises in national decarbonisation strategies.
Taimoor is an award-winning young climate activist and founder of Project Clean-Green. He has engaged more than 20,000 people in transformative climate education through his activism.