I have given invited talks at a wide range of events, for extremely varied audiences, and on a large number of topics.
I can adapt to whatever format is required - whether that is a traditional lecture, festival workshop, drop-in stand, 'in conversation with' event, panel discussion or interactive session.
Recent examples include the Natural History Museum, Friends of the Earth, Boomtown festival, Pint of Science and many schools.
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Schools & Education
I have given educational talks to young people from key stage 2 right up to undergraduate level.
Anything from show-and-tell workshops about Antarctica with primary school children, to whole-school assemblies (primary and secondary). I've spoken about subjects like polar climate change or women in STEM subjects, and been a guest lecturer in GCSE geography sessions covering specific parts of the curriculum.
Talking to the public about climate change and polar science is one of my favourite things.
I have been invited to do interactive talks at 'Lates' events at London's Science and Natural History Museums, been part of the NHM's hosted 'Nature Live' events, Pint of Science, Boomtown festival and more.
I have extensive knowledge and experience of environmental activism in the UK, and am passionate about translating climate science into action.
I have given talks about climate action to schools, at NGO meetings and at festivals.