Open Letter

Global action required now to tackle climate misinformation and disinformation

The latest UNEP Emissions Gap Report states that we are on track for 2.8°C of global warming. This is well above the 1.5°C goal of the Paris Agreement, while 2°C is a “death sentence” for vulnerable communities, as Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley stated at COP26.

While emissions continue to rise, humanity faces climate catastrophe, yet vested economic and political interests continue to organise and finance climate misinformation and disinformation to hold back action. In 2022, UN Secretary General António Guterres stated very clearly: “Our world cannot afford any more greenwashing, fake movers or late movers… we must close the emissions gap before climate catastrophe closes in on us all.”

We cannot beat climate change without tackling climate misinformation and disinformation. The recent Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report on impacts and mitigation provided a stark warning for urgent action. According to the report, “the propagation of scientifically misleading information by organized counter-movements has fuelled polarisation, with negative implications for climate policy”. The report later goes on to say that misinformation has “fuelled polarization and partisan divides on climate change in many countries… which can further deter the development of new and ambitious climate policy.”

Recent examples show the scale of the problem. Misinformation and disinformation publishing is now an estimated $2.6 billion business that uses tech platforms to seed falsehoods on everything from the recent referendum in Chile and the expansion of clean energy technologies in the US to the causes of the increased inflation and cost of living in the UK. There is a significant risk the upcoming COP28 could be seriously undermined or even that violence could be inspired against it.

The individuals, companies, agencies, and civil society signatories to this letter demand swift and robust global action from COP decision-makers and tech platforms to mitigate these threats.

In November 2021, more than 400 organizations and individuals addressed an open letter to the COP26 Presidency, the UNFCCC, and the CEOs of tech platforms asking for global action to tackle the threat of climate misinformation and disinformation.

We have seen some progress. In October 2021, Google announced it would “prohibit ads for, and monetization of, content that contradicts well-established scientific consensus around the existence and causes of climate change.” Then, in April 2022, Pinterest announced a robust policy to reduce climate change disinformation in content and ads, and Twitter announced a new policy to demonetise climate denial in its advertising.

Last year, the European Union also became the first-ever policymaking body to officially acknowledge the urgency of defining and tackling climate misinformation and disinformation. Lawmakers at the EU Parliament overwhelmingly backed a report on foreign interference in all democratic processes that advised MEPs to “address climate mis- and disinformation,” to implement a “global code of conduct” and welcomed “the efforts at COP26 to adopt a universal definition of climate mis- and disinformation and to outline actions to address the matter”.

While this has shown that it is possible to take action, it is not a long-term sustainable approach. COP28, the key climate diplomacy moment of the year, is still threatened by misinformation and disinformation, as we have seen in similar instances before with deadly consequences. We need a universal definition to allow for international cooperation in tackling it. Without a clear definition and a recognition of the multi-billion dollar industry that supports it, how can we confront it?

To the COP Presidency, Country Delegations and UNFCCC:

The COP Presidency has stated that addressing the climate crisis requires bold and rapid collective action. We advocate for the development of a clear plan for action against climate misinformation and disinformation based on the following definition:

Climate disinformation and misinformation refers to deceptive or misleading content that:

  • Undermines the existence or impacts of climate change, the unequivocal human influence on climate change, and the need for corresponding urgent action according to the IPCC scientific consensus and in line with the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement;
  • Misrepresents scientific data, including by omission or cherry-picking, in order to erode trust in climate science, climate-focused institutions, experts, and solutions; or
  • Falsely publicises efforts as supportive of climate goals that in fact contribute to climate warming or contravene the scientific consensus on mitigation or adaptation.
  1. Acknowledge the extent of climate mis/disinformation in the global information ecosystem and formally recognise the universal definition of climate mis/disinformation.
  2. Undertake activities to prevent climate mis/disinformation being targeted at actors within the UNFCCC and beyond.

To the CEOs of Meta, Google, Twitter, TikTok, and Reddit:

We advocate for the implementation of climate misinformation and disinformation policies and enforcement that extend to content, algorithms and advertising, similar to the robust COVID-19 policies that have been published, and that you:

  1. Accept the universal definition of climate mis/disinformation.
  2. Produce and publicise a transparent company plan to eliminate the spread of climate misinformation and disinformation on your platform that considers:
    • Community standards that do not permit the monetisation of deceptive statements on climate science or policy.
    • A transparent fact-checking process that includes how climate misinformation and disinformation is categorised and handled by independent fact-checkers and how it is protected from politicisation by company staff.
    • Adding an interstitial to disrupt potential climate misinformation and disinformation, and ensure human checking on all posts flagged in this way.
  3. Advertise your zero-tolerance approach directly to users.
  4. Do not publish adverts if they contain climate misinformation or disinformation based on the definition.
  5. Share your internal research on how climate misinformation and disinformation spread on your platform with researchers and journalists so we can work together to tackle this global, multi-faceted issue.

COP is the perfect moment for decision-makers to acknowledge the climate misinformation and disinformation threat and to use global cooperation to fight against it.

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    SSE plc
    Virgin Media O2
    Friends of the Earth
    Friends of the Earth U.S.
    WWF International
    The Climate Reality Project
    British Gas
    Ben & Jerry’s
    Green Britain Group – Ecotricity & Forest Green Rovers FC
    Havas Media
    Omnicom Media Group UK
    Ebiquity Plc
    Action for the Climate Emergency (ACE)
    The Drum
    Accenture Song
    Alliance for Science
    Global Witness
    Conscious Advertising Network
    Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD)
    Center for Countering Digital Hate
    National Union of Students
    Power Shift Africa
    HOPE not hate
    Code for Africa
    Coordinating Committee of the Climate Observatory, Brazil
    Toast Ale
    World Land Trust
    Institute of Welsh Affairs (IWA)
    Instituto Climainfo
    Comms Declare
    Stop Funding Heat
    38 Degrees
    Brand Advance
    JW Collective
    Climate Disinformation Coalition
    Students Organising for Sustainability (SOS-UK)
    Union of Concerned Scientists
    Forum for the Future
    Carnegie UK
    iCS – Instituto Clima e Sociedade
    Community Energy England
    Marshall Street Editors
    Global Energy Monitor
    LD Communications
    TGN ltd
    Too Many Dreams
    Changing Markets Foundation
    Fair Vote UK
    Elevenfiftyfive Ltd
    On the One
    Anything is Possible
    Empower Agency
    Wilderness Agency
    Shiny Awards
    Hopscotch Consulting
    Portas Agency Ltd
    Sarah Casterline Design, LLC
    Responsible 100
    CREOpoint, Inc.
    Materials in Mind
    DOT DOT DOT Group Ltd. / STRYKK (Elegantly Spirited)
    If Not Now Digital Ltd
    If Not Now
    Hattusia and the Echo Chamber Club
    Friends Provident Foundation
    MCH London
    Underdog Sports Marketing
    The Lift
    YRS Truly
    Media Bounty
    Ethical Consumer
    Republic of Media
    Tina Fegent Ltd
    Campaign Bootcamp
    Barn Owl Trust
    Purpose Climate Lab
    Freeda Media
    Climate Cymru
    CND Cymru
    Grwp Resilience CBC
    Sustainable Wales
    TYF Adventure
    Energy Local CIC
    Pro Adventure Ltd
    Green Squirrel CIC
    Community Energy Wales
    Frog Bikes
    VsI “Ziedine ekonomika”
    Mid Wales Arts
    Platypus Digital
    Eglwys yng Nghymru / Church in Wales
    Deche Mobility
    Swansea Environmental
    EKCS Inc
    Transform Scotland
    Wild Justice
    Polden-Puckham Charitable Foundation
    The Green web Foundation
    Future Planet
    Eating Better
    Twiglets Forest School
    Wales Environment Link
    Instituto Vero
    iCS – Instituto Clima e Sociedade
    Think Wynn
    Hands on Harps
    Podium Network Ltd.
    Brand Enchanting Media
    Archmon Consulting Ltd
    Consilient Group
    Zero Waste Austria
    Beige Agency
    Extinction Rebellion
    European Institute of Peace
    Grow Permaculturr
    Greens For Nuclear Energy
    M&C Saatchi
    Perridge Estate
    City to Sea
    Richmond & Twickenham Green Party
    AKA Collective LTD
    New AutoMotive
    Diversified Communications Australia
    Enter the Wilderness Ltd
    The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
    The British Mountaineering Council
    AMK – Launch 2024
    Republic of Media
    Sky Pilot Software
    Generous Films
    The Commitment
    The Green TLC
    Natural Resources Law Limited
    Mursley benefice, Church of England
    Sustainability Trust
    Pontydysgu Ltd
    Goodstuff Communications
    SpringHill Green Energies
    Croydon Community Energy
    Humanist Climate Action
    Project HEARD
    Centre for Citizens Conserving Environment & Management (CECIC)
    Collaboration for Change
    A Studio of Our Own
    Collective World
    The green web foundation
    Alt Marketing School
    IPG Mediabrands
    Wake the Bear
    Transition Crich


    Christiana Figueres – CEO Global Optimism / Former Executive Secretary UNFCCC
    Laurence Tubiana – CEO European Climate Foundation
    May Boeve, Executive Director,
    Manuel Pulgar-Vidal, WWF Global Lead Climate & Energy, COP20 President, Former Minister of Environment for Peru
    Bill Hare, CEO, Climate Analytics
    Baroness Bryony Worthington, Crossbench Peer, House of Lords
    Beth Thoren, Director of Environmental Action, Patagonia
    Mark Lynas, climate author and pro-science advocate
    Sir Jonathon Porritt, Environmentalist and founder director of Forum for the Future
    Bob Ward, Policy and Communications Director at Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment
    Mohamed Adow, Director, Power Shift Africa
    Dr. Sarah Evanega, Director, Alliance for Science
    Paulo Roberto Jubilut, Biologist
    Allan Cheboi, Senior Investigations Manager, Code for Africa
    Greg James, Global CSO, Havas Media
    Ben Downing, Global Managing Director, Ethical Media & Strategic Partnerships, Havas Media
    Nick Waters, Group CEO, Ebiquity Plc
    Katie Eyton, Chief Ethics and Compliance Office, Omnicom Media Group UK
    Suzie Rook, Head of Brand and Design, SSE plc
    Claire Carrington, Director of Business Services, SSE plc
    Fiona Ball, Group Director, Bigger Picture, Sky
    Jerry Daykin, VP, Head of Media, Beam Suntory
    Simon Groves, Director of Brand and Marketing, Virgin Media O2
    Andrew Middleton, Commercial Director, British Gas
    Robert Del Naja, Artist and Musician
    The Right Reverend Dr. Steven Croft, Bishop of Oxford
    Paul Polman, Co-founder & Chair, IMAGINE
    Dr Dale Vince OBE, Green Britain Group – Ecotricity & Forest Green Rovers FC
    Michael Khoo, Climate disinformation co-chair , Friends of the Earth U.S.
    Olivia Graham, Bishop of Reading, Church of England
    Dr Catherine Barnard, CEO, World Land Trust
    Lee Williams, Director, Green New Deal Virginia
    Laura Lesser, Culture & Innovation, Virgin Media O2
    Amir Malik, MD, Accenture Interactive
    Stephanie Brimacombe, CEO Europe and Global Chief Marketing Officer, VCCP Managing Director, Chime, VCCP
    Harriet Kingaby, Co-Founder, Conscious
    Advertising Network
    Jake Dubbins, Co-Founder, Conscious Advertising Network
    Tina Fegent, Director, Tina Fegent Ltd / Co-Chair of the GSD Board, CAN
    Dino Myers-Lamptey, Founder, The Barber Shop / Co-Chair of the GSD Board, CAN
    Kwai Chi, Principal Social Media Manager, Intuit
    Jane White, Founder, JW Collective
    Karen Carter, Director Enterprise Marketing, Europe, Cvent
    Christopher Kenna, CEO Brand Advance Group
    Victoria Fox, CEO, AAR
    Leila Deen, ED of Purpose Climate Lab
    Julia Masters, Campaign Manager, Climate Disinformation Coalition
    Anita Howard, Strategy Director, ICE
    John Mayes, Company Director / Editor, Marshall Street Editors
    Neil Chivers, Owner/Director, LD Communications
    Tom Newton, Founder, strategist, TGN ltd
    Stephen Jenkins, Founder & MD, Too Many Dreams
    Goerge Harding-Rolls, Campaigns Adviser, Changing Markets Foundation
    Lena Roland, WARC
    ben hayes, Co-founder, Goodstuff
    Clare Martynski, Communication and Engagement Officer, University of Leeds
    Sarah Tulej, Sustainability consultant
    Jacqueline Culleton, Consultant
    Anna Biswas, Director, Forum for the Future India
    Kyle Taylor, Director, Fair Vote UK
    Stefanie M Hauck, Board member, Sustainable
    Delaware Ohio
    Kristofer Doerfler, Associate Director of Innovation, dentsu
    Matt Bray, Creative Director, Comms Declare
    Ben Ross, Head of Aim4Zero, Real Estate. Verco
    Ian Cartwright, Director, Elevenfiftyfive Ltd
    Joanie Pennel, Comms and Marketing Manager
    Sam Fenton-Elstone, CEO, Anything is Possible
    Ben Matthews, Co-Founder and CEO, Empower Agency
    Alex Tait, Founder, Entropy
    Steven Mijovski, Director
    Tom Jarvis, CEO & Founder, Wilderness Agency
    Tess Alps, Council member, ASA
    Charlie Carpenter, CEO, Creativebrief
    Kaela Keyes, Global Senior Data Strategist, Havas Media
    Caroline Bottomley, Managing Director, Shiny Awards
    Angie Gola-Ebue, Founder, Intermediary
    Simon Watson, Head of Digital, Republic of Media
    Bethany Patton, Creative Director, Brandmint
    Samuel Wheeler-Phillips, Head of Marketing
    Alasdair Cross, VP Sales EMEA,
    Mark Nicholson, Finance Director, Portas Agency Ltd
    Matt Longley, Managing Director, Mobsta
    Ben Hardman, Founder, Tiny Eco Home Life
    Sarah Casterline, Owner and Lead Creative, Sarah Casterline Design, LLC
    Michael Solomon, Director, Responsible 100
    Carol Edwards, Community Park Ranger
    Neil Gunn, Head of Digital Transformation
    Anna Rice, Responsible tourism manager
    Lesley Duncan, Strategy Director, Forwardpmx
    Paul de Gregorio, Founder, Rally
    Sivah Akash, Associate
    Paul Sampson, CEO, Lickd Ltd
    Jack Horner, Founder, DOT DOT DOT Group Ltd. / STRYKK (Elegantly Spirited)
    James Kirkham, Chief business officer, Defected Records
    RICHARD DAWES, Founder, DawBell
    Chris Bettles, Director, If Not Now Digital Ltd
    Mel Leslie, Consultant
    Jeremy Paterson, MD, If media
    Natalie Morris, Global Media & Marketing Consultant, Flock Associates
    Will Pyne, Founder, Human Required
    James Green, Senior Strategy Director, Assembly
    Stan Mcleod, Product
    Hanna Henshall, Director and Co-Founder, If Not Now
    Raphael Kling David, climate activist- founder ECONFTS
    Alex Stobart
    Josey Bright, Associate Solicitor
    Alice Thwaite, Founder, Hattusia and the Echo Chamber Club
    Michael Hanbury-Williams, Group Director, Data Solutions & Sustainability
    Donald MacKenzie, Professor of Sociology, University of Edinburgh
    Mark Howarth, Managing Director, MCH London
    Gina Walker, Director of Client Services, MCH London
    Justin Cooke, Venture Partner, Northzone
    Rosey Ellum, Digital Acquisition Manager
    Richard Wright, Founder, Stand Up Marketing
    Emilie Tornøe, Account executive, Mch London
    Hamish Blair, Marketing Officer, Gwent Wildlife Trust
    Ged Colleypriest, Founder, Underdog Sports Marketing
    Louise Brown, Supporter Relations Supervisor, Friends of the Earth
    Miranda Romero, Head of Sustainability, The Lift
    Sarah Greenfield Clark, Director, Climate 2025
    Liam Garcia Lillis, Director, The Movements Trust
    Amanda Nikolic, Graphic/Digital Designer, MCH London
    MJ Widomska, Founder and creative director, YRS Truly
    Emma Tozer, Co-founder, Media Bounty
    Sarah Miguel, Head of Income Generation, Campaign Bootcamp
    Amy Williams, CEO, Good-Loop
    Nillie Munir, Sponsorship, Virgin Media O2
    Jason Hocking, Managing Director, CC Lab
    Şehnaz Kiymaz Bahçeci, Feminist Activist
    Russell Macdonald, Chief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
    Vanessa Lewis, Admin assistant, Barn Owl Trust
    Mike Barry, Mike Barry Eco Ltd
    Emma Bridge, Chief Executive, Community Energy England,
    Polly Hibbert, Head of Product, Freeda Media
    Dan Keenan, Director, Digital Delivery, Merkle
    Sam Ward, Campaign manager, Climate Cymru
    Professor Emeritus Robin Attfield, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Cardiff University, Cardiff and District United Nations Association
    Jeremy Wadia, Co-founder, EcoDewi
    Margaret Minhinnick, Director, Sustainable Wales
    Andy Middleton, Chief Exploration Officer, TYF Adventure
    Mary Gillie, Director, Energy Local CIC
    Nick Lowles, CEO, HOPE not hate
    Peter Carol, Owner Director, Pro Adventure Ltd
    Ffion Rees, Director, Falcon Boats
    Hannah Garcia, Director, Green Squirrel CIC
    Rebecca Clark, Director, Green Squirrel CIC
    Stuart Elliott, Church in Wales Vicar and Member of C.H.A.S.E.
    Domantas Tracevicius, Director, VsI “Ziedine ekonomika”
    John Mansfield, Managing Director, Pembrokeshire Seaweeds Ltd
    Gonçalo Carvalho, Executive Coordinator, Sciaena
    Brandi Guerkink, Mozilla
    Steve Hynd, Policy Manager, City to Sea
    Delphine Levi Alvares, European Coordinator, Break Free From Plastic
    Owen Haines, Volunteer director, Carymor
    György Szabó, Zero Waste Program Manager
    Will Cardy, Director of Digital Marketing, Platypus Digital
    Stuart Elliott, Vicar and member of C.H.A.S.E.
    Melanie Lawson Wall, Director of People and Wellbeing, Brand Advance
    Suzanne Iuppa, Director & Co-Founder, Deche Mobility
    Robert Berkeley, CEO, EKCS Inc
    Jane Lawton, Chief Development and Communications Officer, Forum for the Future
    Lucinda Thurmer, Marketing Manager
    Chris Adams, Co-director, The Green web Foundation
    Carl Pratt, Founder & Creative Director, Future Planet
    Louise Workman-Dent, Group curriculum director, New City College
    Patrick S McCool, Passivhaus Developer, Proven Cool Build, Lda
    Tom Ollerton, Founder, Automated Creative
    Louisa Ziane, Chief Operating Officer, Toast Ale
    Chloe Wells, Director, Twiglets Forest School
    Michael Brown, CEO/Founder, Asociat
    Délcio Rodrigues, CEO, Instituto Climainfo
    Flavia Bellaguarda, FOUNDER, LACLIMA
    Dilip Shukla, Managing Director, Brand Advance
    Hugh Knowles, Co-Executive Director, Friends of the Earth – England, Wales and Northern Ireland
    Rob Harrison, Co-Director, Ethical Consumer
    Alison Freeman, Senior Manager, Climate Change and Sustainability Services, EY
    Thomas Leech, Director, Bulkify Limited
    Kestra Laurent, Student
    Elizabeth Anyaegbuna, Co founder, Sixteenbynine
    Stephanie Falkiner, Creative partnerships strategist, Freeda media
    Paul Preece, Director of Sales, Roantree Incentive Marketing
    Conor Farrell, Engineer
    Elizabeth Meager, Policy editor, NSMG
    Siân Wynn-Jones, Founder, Think Wynn
    John McCarthy, Media Editor, The Drum
    Dan Beynon, Head of Education, SMRS
    Nathalie Pannetier, Founder & CEO, NP SOLUTIONS
    Craig Sanderson, Art Director, CIB
    Creag Louttit-Vermaat, Business Owner, Hands on Harps
    Rhys Votano, Creative Director, OpenCellMedia
    Philippa Hirst, Executive Assistant
    Jennifer Manson, CEO and Co-Founder, Podium Network Ltd.
    Daniel Stubbs, Technical Paid Social Director, Dentsu
    Simon Akers, CEO, Archmon Consulting Ltd
    Stewart Pearson, Founder, Consilient Group
    Lena Rowland, Managing editor
    Guillaume Kendall, CEO, Zedosh
    Simon Watson, Head of Digital, Republic of Media
    Chris Duncan, Global Director of Communications, ClientEarth
    Hugo Riley, Executive Creative Director, Beige Agency
    William Skeaping, Activist, Extinction Rebellion
    Michael Keating, Executive Director, European Institute of Peace
    Art Mark, n/a
    Koreen Brennan, owner, Grow Permaculturr
    David Humphries, Postman
    Seppo Leinonen, cartoonist
    Vincent Flood, Editor-In-Chief, VideoWeem
    Diane Cadman, Retired
    Dilys Cluer, Retired tutor
    Tim Pritchard, Joint head of create, MGOMD
    Lucy Piper, Director, WorkForClimate
    Svetlana Beazley, Senior Procurement Category Manager
    David Rimmer, n/a
    Amanda Green, Digital Content Executive, Alzheimer’s Society
    Vitor Manuel da Silva Dourado, Chief Ivestment Officer, Havas Media Group Portugal
    Camilla Kemp, CEO, M&CSAATCHI London
    Henry Studholme, Owner/manager, Perridge Estate
    Natalie Fee, CEO and Founder, City to Sea
    Joanna Walton, Director of Communications and People, Ashden
    Tim Sleath, VP Product Management,
    Richard John Bennett, Richmond Borough Councillor, Richmond & Twickenham Green Party
    Alice Apsey, Founder/ Creative Consultant, AKA Collective LTD
    Cindy Forde, Founder, Planetari
    Tom Midgley, n/a
    Michael Valentine, Investment Consultant, Willis Towers Watson
    Polly Waterfield, Teacher
    Bill Hare, Commercial Director – Energy & Environment, Diversified Communications Australia
    Tom Firth, Managing Director, M&C Saatchi
    Tilly Morgan, Operations & People Director, Enter the Wilderness Ltd
    Wim Vermeulen, Producer,
    Nathan Walton, Reserves Manager, The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales
    Alexandre L’Heureux, Programme Manager
    Steven Buckley, Director of Communications, Diocese of Oxford
    Steve, Founding partner, Vivero
    Sebastien Pivet, CSO
    Lene Mi Ran Kristiansen, Sustainability Leader
    BF Nagy, Author / Consultant, Climate Solution Group
    Cait Norman, Waste contract coordinator
    ​​Benoit Martel, COO, Contxtful
    Tom Cornfoot, Creative Director, A Studio of Our Own
    Rob Maslin, Service designer
    Sam Murphy, Business Development Manager
    Daniel Cloutt, Sustainability Consultant, Savills
    Candy Scarfe, Communications Manager, Nestle Purina
    Bianca Barilla, Student, University of Oxford
    Martin Vogl, Product Coordinator
    Jamie Jarczewski, Senior ESG Lead, STAR Index
    Billie Tweedy, Licensed Lay Minister, St John the Evangelist Church, Carterton
    Jenifer Wates, trustee emerita, Commonwork
    Dr Jodie Hartill, Technical Manager
    Dr A D Turner, Principal Scientist, Accentus-Medical Ltd
    The Rev’d Dr Elizabeth Ratcliffe, Rector, St Michael Tilehurst
    Edward Wates, Churchwarden, St Peter’s Church, Wolvercote
    Tanya Ashton, Head of Sustainability, Walgreens Boots Alliance
    David Starley, Low Carbon Engineer
    AHM Ure, Intercultural communication, Freelance
    Clare Davies, Group Marketing Manager, EMEA
    Jane Fiona Cumming, Director
    Debbie Howrd, Consultant
    Juliette Goulet, Senior Analyst, Ellen MacArthur Foundation
    Ben Jeapes, Freelance
    Benjamin Dupont, Sustainability Practitioner
    Tricia Campbell
    Vérane Gross, Sustainability Manager
    Rachel Reynolds, Accountant for Schools and Trusts, Oxford Diocesan Board of Finance
    Genevieve Beresford, ESG Analyst
    Sarah O’Neill
    Emma Firth, Ordinand and Youth and Families Minister
    Paul Cowan, Chaplain
    Amy Butler, Consultant, Lexington
    Ruth Hamilton-Jones, Communications Officer
    Jason Rutherford, Insurance Claims Handler, Savills
    Christine Lattek, Lecturer
    Kathy Washienko, Sr. Partner for Climate Strategies
    Andree Frieze, Councillor, Richmond & Twickenham Green Party
    Raquel Morrison, Brand Executive
    Marcela Tyrer, Designer
    Ruby Silk, Communications Officer (Environmental Justice and Democracy)
    Marie, RN, Poor People’s Campaign.
    Milagros Mariell Junco Ugaz, Veterinary
    Jean-Thomas Lortie-Keating, Public servant – ACE professional
    Ioan Dirina, author, THE END OF WHITE AMERICA
    George Papachristos
    Antonio Lopez, Profesor, John Cabot University
    Stephen Skett, Senior Radiotherapy Physicist (Computing), Guy’s & St Thomas NHS Foundation Trust
    Joana Tavares-Reager, Climate scientist, UC Irvine
    Adam Osmak, Student, Humber College
    Bernard McCarty, Engineer, Continuous Delivery
    Miljenko Cimesa, director
    Tiago Carvalho, Researcher, University Institute of Lisbon
    BRIDGET Meehan, Activist, Real Utopia
    Kirsten Forkert, Professor of Cultural Studies, Birmingham City University
    Sarah PICKARD, Senior Lecturer and Researcher, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3
    Mark Evans, Nurse, Real Utopia: Foundation for a Participatory Society
    Tori Arthurs, Supporter Recruitment Manager
    lydia prior, supporter relations assistant
    Yvonne Li, Supporter Relations Assistant, Friends of the Earth
    Louise Brown, Supporter Relations Coordinator, Friends of the Earth
    Jeanfreddy Gutiérrez, Correspondant for Venezuela, Mongabay Latam
    Manuel Joaquim Silva Pinto, Professor, Universidade do Minho, Communication Sciences Department, ICS
    Chris S, Climate Activist, FridaysForFuture
    Jamie Anderson, Sales Director
    Connor Gibson, Founder & Research Specialist, Grassrootbeer Investigations
    Ani Bajrami, Researcher, University
    Gustaf Waxegård, Psychologist
    Neneh Darwin, Consultant
    John Francis Martinez, Founder/Director, AMK – Launch 2024
    Simon Watson, Head of Digital, Republic of Media
    Lorenzo Marini, Cofounder & Codirector, Verificat
    Jim Bearden, Software Developer, Sky Pilot Software
    Christine Arena, CEO & Founder, Generous Films
    Maya Comely, Head of Communications, The Commitment
    Arul Rathinam, General Secretary, PASUMAI THAAYAGAM Foundation
    Adrian Founder,
    Thalia Carr, Coach and Facilitator
    John Grantham, Project Development Co-ordinator, The Green TLC
    Mark Christensen, Director, Natural Resources Law Limited
    Revd David Talks, Associate Minister, Mursley benefice, Church of England
    Polly Griffiths, Sustainability Manger, Sustainability Trust
    Angela Karadog, European Projects Coordinator, Pontydysgu Ltd
    Andrew Stephens, Co-Founder, Goodstuff Communications
    Hans Lak, Impact development management, Glesi
    Neil Clark, Planet Officer, TPXimpact
    Alice Steenland, CSO
    Christopher Shadrick, Partner, Collective World
    Meredith Odgers, Founder & Sustainable Marketing Consultant, BambooWorx
    Hannah Smith, Operations Manager, The green web foundation
    Michael Brown, CEO, Asociat
    Syndy Garcia, Periodista, Independiente
    Liz Bonsey, Senior Integrated Designer, OLIVER
    Fabio Bebber, Senior Business Analyst, Looping Group
    BERAUD, Journalist, Agence France Presse
    Jessica Gage, Sustainability, Perma Collective
    Kelly Conlon, MBA Student, EDHEC
    Ben Cichero, Executive, Macquarie Group
    Cedd Burge, software engineer, red badger
    Alex Taylor, Head of Partnerships, Picnic
    Noelia Amoedo, Administrator, NODEOM
    Christina Knight, Executive Creative director, UKnight
    Joe Birch, Senior Account Manager, Goldladder
    Alex Pitkin, CTO, Roam
    Eugene Nulman, Research Fellow, Scuola Normale Superiore
    Mark Dansie, IT Consultant
    Bart Vandput, Visiting researcher – Doctor of Arts, Aalto University, School of Science
    David John Eldridge, retired soil surveyor and soil science editor
    Greg C, Editor
    AHM Ure, Intercultural communication, Freelance
    Miljenko Cimesa, director, Sapientia
    Andree Frieze, Councillor
    Thomas Geoffrey Currey, Retired biologist
    Lorena Lucas Regattieri, Senior Fellow, Mozilla Foundation
    Julie Gutmanis, Freelance copyeditor
    Michelle Goodall, CMO, Guild
    Fabiana Giovanetti, founder, Alt Marketing School
    Richard Stanton, Director / Co-Founder, Wake the Bear
    Suzanne Bennett, Treasurer, Transition Crich
    Marco Silva, Journalist