Meet the team

We’re a team of environmental communications experts. And because we’re all united in our mission, we love the work we do.

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Kiran Athwal

(she/her)

Kiran has brown hair and is stood in front of a tall building. She wears light blue jeans a red quarter-zip jumper and has her hands in her pockets.

Kiran Athwal

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
Located at the heart of the City of London is Bloomberg HQ – one of the highest BREEAM-rated major office buildings in the world, integrating everything from water conservation technology to smart CO2 airflow, in its design. Sustainable planning and design are key to mitigating our carbon footprint and it’s really exciting to see a huge urban hub like London embracing its responsibility to champion a greener future.

What I believe in.
I believe in us. I believe we all have an ethical responsibility to do our part in protecting our planet and that every small action is a critical jigsaw piece in the bigger picture. I believe in taking a stand and challenging the status quo to secure a safe and sustainable future for generations to come.

Why I do what I do.
I’m a storyteller at heart. Words have the power to spark movements, inspire generations, and incite worldwide action. I’m constantly in awe of innovative campaigns and technologies that seek to provide new solutions to the climate crisis, and helping to communicate the missions of these groundbreaking projects is a role I find a huge sense of purpose in.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I’m an Account Executive in the Energy and Clean Tech team where I work with pioneering clients from a range of fields, including electric vehicles and smart energy storage and management, to craft their communication strategies.

Will Spragg

(he/him)

Will Spragg

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Why the picture.
I’m standing in front of an electric car, something which I believe encapsulates the breakneck speed at which technological innovation is advancing at the moment. Discovering how we harness this cleantech revolution to create a truly sustainable world excites me.

What I believe in.
I’m very optimistic about the future because I think we have the creativity and innovation to find solutions to even the most complex issues we face.

Why I do what I do.
I believe the answers to some of our biggest challenges are already out there. Communicating that to the right people with impact is what it takes to make those ideas work.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I’m lucky enough to work alongside some of our most trailblazing and cutting edge clients. From clean tech and solar PV to energy storage and sustainable finance, I help deliver meaningful campaigns through multiple channels.

Gabriella Smith

(she/her)

Gabriella Smith

Gabriella Smith

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
This photo was taken by the Hampstead Heath ponds because I’m always looking for the best places to swim and in London I think that’s here – especially when the ducklings are about and join you for a swim.

What I believe in.
Tackling climate change requires systemic change, not just individual action. If we can work on interconnected issues such as nature loss, climate change and poverty, together we can shape a just and sustainable future that works for everyone.

Why I do what I do.
I want to ensure that all people are heard and that environmental justice is achieved as we transition to net zero.

What I do at Greenhouse.
My work is focused on advocacy, policy and the youth movement. I love harnessing the power of people, untangling jargon and hard data to create accessible campaigns at the forefront of the environmental movement.

Flora Hancox

(she/her)

Flora Hancox

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I’m outside an independent flower shop in my home town of Frome, a place which for me represents the amazing power of community spirit, independent thinking, local retail and grassroots politics. These are the things that I think can change the world for the better.

What I believe in.
The power of businesses and communities to bring about behavioural change for the benefit of future generations.

Why I do what I do.
Climate change, food security and social inequality are impacting the world at a terrifying rate, but there are some amazing organisations and pioneers helping to reverse this. By communicating effectively and persuasively, we can encourage a powerful step change in the way communities, governments and businesses operate.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I help corporates and NGOs to tell their story, tackle big issues facing our world and campaign for positive change – I do this across financial services, retail, technology and food sectors.

Max Boon

(he/him)

Max Boon

(he/him)

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Why the picture.
The Bristol Harbourside is an important place for me – I bought my first flat here, I got married here and now I work here too. By creating sustainable communities we can protect our natural environment and we’ve seen that happen across the harbourside over recent years, as vibrant local businesses now sit alongside residents in the heart of the city.

What I believe in.
We’re at a turning point for the environmental movement as the world is waking up to the change that is urgently needed. We’ve taken our planet for granted for too long and we now face the greatest challenge in our history to save it.

Why I do what I do.
Because it’s not too late. We have all the tools, we just need to put them into practice. In order to do that we need to bring society with us towards a more sustainable future, to change minds and open them, and effective communication can play a big part in that.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I develop and deliver strategic communications to help green energy businesses to tell their story. Energy is an exciting sector that will be unrecognisable within the next ten years as renewables, electric cars and battery technology transform our relationship with the energy we use and create.

Gertie Goddard

(she/her)

Gertie Goddard

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
Not only is Greta Thunberg synonymous with climate activism, she’s also living proof that you’re never too small to make a difference. I’m also a big fan of Jody (the artist) and the Tobacco Factory, having worked there for many years, so this mural means a lot to me.

What I believe in.
Education and optimism – definitely! It’s hard to learn about the climate crisis and not feel somewhat powerless, but if we all keep learning and working towards positive change, big things are possible.

Why I do what I do.
In order for sustainability to progress, we need to transform the way people think and feel about the environment. I believe PR and digital marketing is instrumental to achieving widespread behaviour change.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work with a range of clients to deliver SEO and social media campaigns that help achieve positive social and environmental change.

Maria Dolben

(she/her)

A white woman with medium length brown hair is standing behind some plants. She wears a red turtle neck jumper and behind her is a giant glass window.

Maria Dolben

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
This photo was taken at Sky Garden, London’s highest public garden. I chose this location as it reminds me of how nature and people can thrive together. Being in the hub of the City, the financial district, the garden also represents how the finance sector can play a critical role in solving the climate crisis by mobilising and shifting capital to decarbonise the economy.

What I believe in.
The climate crisis has exposed huge inequality within our society. I believe that communication can play a key role in bridging that gap – making information accessible to everyone, sharing the facts, telling powerful stories, inspiring people and pushing organisations, countries and companies to change the way they function. 

Why I do what I do.
I love working with international organisations that are trying to mobilise policymakers and the finance industry so that we can achieve systemic change. Their passion and positive attitude are contagious which is a huge motivator in my day to day work at Greenhouse.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As part of the advocacy team, I am very passionate about supporting the game changers within the energy, policy and finance spaces who are working towards a fairer, more equitable and sustainable world. I also have the privilege of using my language skills, which I’ve used to build a network of journalists, securing international media coverage and reaching all corners of the world.

Caroline Dobbin

(she/her)

Caroline Dobbin

Caroline Dobbin

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I’m in front of the Blackfriars train station in London, which is also the largest solar-powered bridge in the world. The bridge itself has been part of London’s infrastructure since the thirteenth century, and used to feature water-powered grain mills. Now it generates its own power and is an amazing testament to how even huge urban centres like London can keep innovating and adapting to meet the challenges of the present day. Every time I look at it I’m reminded that you can find sustainable solutions in the most unlikely places.

What I believe in.
Although humans are responsible for some of the technologies which have led to the climate crisis, we also have the ability to solve it. This requires a truly collaborative and inclusive approach, and effective communication is vital for achieving this.

Why I do what I do.
A lot of the energy and technology solutions which can make the world a cleaner place already exist – we just need them to become available at scale. I want to help the businesses making those solutions reach the right audiences and make that a reality.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As part of the Energy and Clean Tech team, I work with businesses across the spectrum – from well-established players who are making a shift to green power, to challengers and start-ups who have the potential to shake up the market. My goal is always to help them to tell their story in the right way to the right people so that they can achieve genuine impact.

Miranda Round

(she/her)

Miranda stands in front of an empty plinth. She is carrying to books, one is titled "Hood Feminism".

Miranda Round

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
The statue of Edward Colston has been part of a fierce debate about racial and class inequality, the past, and who is remembered in public spaces. When I walk past this now empty statue plinth, graffitied with the words “rejected by the citizens of Bristol”, I am reminded of the power of people but also the need for further action. Action to protect our planet but also to protect all people, particularly marginalised groups. It is time to make a history we are proud of.

What I believe in.
I am an intersectional feminist and environmentalist. The term “intersectional environmentalism” was coined by Leah Thomas who defines it as “an inclusive version of environmentalism that advocates for the protection of both people and the planet— to explore the relationship between social injustice and environmental injustice.” The climate crisis is destroying the human rights of those least responsible for it. This is what motivates me to do more. I believe in taking responsibility and being a challenger to create change.

Why I do what I do.
I have always loved storytelling and have often been the person speaking up and out. It made sense to pursue a career in communications but, more recently, to combine my professional life with my personal passion for equality. It is also inspiring to be surrounded by people who challenge the world and have a small part in making their voices heard.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I am a strategist creating digital, social and paid media campaigns that really engage. I create social media content that connects with the audiences and works with diverse influencers and creators to share positive purpose brand stories.

Georgia Gibson

(she/her)

Georgia Gibson

(she/her)

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Why the picture.

The Woodberry Wetlands are an incredible example of community resilience, regeneration and the power of public infrastructure. Once providing drinking water to northern Hackney, excessive chemical ‘treatment’ of the wetlands decimated local wildlife and vegetation. Following privatisation, the wetlands were to be filled with concrete and built over, however, a determined community movement mobilised to save the wetlands, stop damaging chemical use and keep the space in public ownership. Decades later, the wetlands were opened for everyone to enjoy for free, right in the heart of London. I love coming here to see the birds, experience the quiet and to be energised by the strength of community and passion for the environment.

What I believe in.

I believe that our vital, global systems transformation must be for the many, and not just the few. Meaningful access to clean energy, water and transport are a right held by everybody, and the solutions are already there. With governments, businesses and communities working together, we can make it happen. Let’s go!

Why I do what I do. 

Every major movement in history relied – and continues to rely – on sound, creative messaging to inspire, mobilise and activate. I’m passionate about supporting game changing organisations to clearly articulate their work and connect with their community.

What I do at Greenhouse. 

As a Digital Account Director, I work closely with clients and the wider Greenhouse team to develop integrated campaign and communications strategies that efficiently activate digital channels.

 

Harriet Reuter Hapgood

(she/her)

A woman in a yellow rain coat sits beside a river.

Harriet Reuter Hapgood

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I’m on Waterlink Way in south east London – an eight-mile walk and cycle route that follows the Rivers Pool and Ravensbourne through green spaces all the way to the Thames. Despite its route through densely populated urban areas of the city such as Catford, Lewisham and Deptford, it’s a wildlife haven for woodpeckers and kingfishers, and a community foraging hub where locals gather blackberries, sloes, pears, cherries and rose rips. I love that it makes the rural accessible.

What I believe in.
I believe that those of us who have the power, opportunities and resources to help create a safe and sustainable future have a responsibility to do so. There’s still a window of hope to better the world for future generations, and we should all be striving to make that change.

Why I do what I do.
Words have power and magic – it’s still incredible to me that from 26 little letters in the alphabet we can create new universes, spark emotions, change hearts and minds and deliver ideas around the world. Telling stories is a kind of alchemy, with which we can power environmental change.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I’m a Writer on the Energy and Clean Tech team, but I work with all our clients to craft and edit short- and long-form copy, from first drafts to structural edits, copy edits and proofreading. I use my 15 years of editorial experience to ensure messages are clean, concise and compelling.

Charlie Dakin

(she/her)

Charlie stands in front of St Pauls Cathedral and wears an orange jumpsuit. She is laughing.

Charlie Dakin

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I’m in central London stood in front of the iconic St. Pauls Cathedral. While the dome has dominated London’s skyline for over 300 years the city has undergone a staggering metamorphosis. The birthplace of the Industrial Revolution is now the world’s first National Park City and the home to more climate and environment innovators than anywhere else on earth. 

What I believe in.
We are going to need both nature-based solutions and innovation to be able to tackle the climate and biodiversity crisis at scale and speed. We no longer have the luxury of leaving the problem up to someone else. Although we’re being forced to act, we also have an opportunity to create an exciting, dynamic, and more sustainable society that benefits everyone.

Why I do what I do.
Communicating the complex, interconnected challenges and the solutions is going to be one of the keys to solving the climate and biodiversity crisis. Not only do we need to bring more people into the conversation that understand the impact that climate change is going to have, but we need to explain the solutions that already exist and help them scale. 

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work with an array of pioneers developing international and integrated campaigns. The aims are broad and range from accelerating nature-based solutions to developing climate-positive cities to changing policy at a national and international level.

Jessie Wilson

(she/her)

Jessie is leaning on a railing in front of Clifton Suspension Bridge. She is wearing a green blouse and black jeans.

Jessie Wilson

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I am standing in front of Bristol’s iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge, a historic piece of infrastructure that has witnessed the evolution of mobility, from 19th-century horse and carriages through to 21st-century electric vehicles.

What I believe in.
I believe communications plays a critical role in engaging and educating people around the world about climate change, as well as the solutions that will accelerate positive change.

Why I do what I do.
I’m from a very small and isolated island that is innately vulnerable to the impacts of climate change which acts as both my fear and my drive. As our global population continues to rapidly grow, our reliance on energy will too. Supporting companies that are accelerating our transition to clean and renewable sources of energy will give vulnerable nations, like where I’m from, a fighting chance.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I am an Account Executive on the Energy Team; I work with game-changing companies within the mobility and clean technology sectors that are accelerating and enabling the global transition to clean and renewable energy.

Sam Mehmet

(he/him)

Sam is standing with his arms crossed in front of an array of fruit and vegetables. Behind him are 3 shelves laden with condiments and oils. He's wearing a green shirt and smiling.

Sam Mehmet

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Why the picture.
This photo was taken at a fresh fruit and veg stall in Borough Market, London. The market focuses on sustainable production and social connection, offering an escape from busy city life with explosive combinations of colour, smells, diversity and tasty food.

What I believe in.
It’s never too late or too little to make a change. If everyone did one extra small thing towards positive change, the world would see leaps and bounds.

Why I do what I do.
Reading can open your eyes to things you may not have thought possible. I believe writing – or as I like to call it ‘knowledge sharing’ – is fundamental if we are to secure the future.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I develop content and deliver integrated campaigns that celebrate the entrepreneurs and changemakers who are future-proofing our food system.

Jo Swift

(she/her)

A white woman is standing in front of green fields. She is wearing a mustard yellow jumper and has blonde hair.

Jo Swift

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I am at Folly Farm Centre, at our team away day. We were lucky to celebrate bringing our team together at a place which is focused on protecting the environment, reinvesting all of its profits back into Avon Wildlife Trust.

What I believe in.
I believe the way that we live our lives has to change, and that we will all benefit by acting now. Our natural world needs us, and improving our connection with nature will bring only good to us as individuals, and our communities.

Why I do what I do.
I want to help us all to understand the complexity of the climate emergency with empowering language, and show the immediate benefits of taking action. The science is clear, and we need good communicators to explain why it matters today. This is what motivates me and why I am proud to give a voice to inspirational pioneers.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work with our fantastic teams in London and Bristol to increase the impact of our business and to deliver outstanding work.

Liam Thomson

(he/him)

A man wearing a blue shirt and white t-shirt is stood at a table in a cafe, holding an orange mug.

Liam Thomson

(he/him)

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Why the picture.
This is VX, Bristol’s first dedicated vegan café. A rarity even back in 2015, and for a long time one of the only places to get products locally. Fast forward to 2022 and you’ll be hard pressed to find a menu without vegan-friendly options. It’s a reminder that positive change isn’t linear and with the right timing, messaging, advocacy (and patience), genuine momentum can occur across societies. It’s also a reminder to live our values and stand up for those who cannot for themselves.

What I believe in.
I believe in doing as little harm as possible whenever it is in our control. We’re incredibly lucky to be right here, right now, experiencing this rich, vibrant, and diverse planet. We’re alive at a time of enormous change, fast approaching climate tipping points and the third mass extinction. As a species, we have the capacity for deep empathy and incredible cooperation, we unlock these superpowers through our willing to let go and make daily choices that embrace positive progress. We can still turn things around with good communication, energising ideas, and intelligent system change. If we prioritise bravery, curiosity, and compassion there’s nothing we can’t achieve.

Why I do what I do.
By working for Greenhouse, I’ve been able to align my values with my skills and professional experience. I’ve always been an enthusiastic maker and creative collaborator, so getting to work with brilliant people on insight-driven campaigns that tell powerful stories and drive genuine impact is a fantastic reason to get up in the morning.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I head up creative at Greenhouse which offers me the opportunity to empower the team, solve creative and strategic challenges, and tell stories that connect with people; all while working with a brilliant and diverse cohort of creative thinkers and doers.

Helen Bell

(she/her)

Helen Bell

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I’m passionate about marine conservation and I love this turtle mural by graffiti artist Louis Masai which captures the vibrancy of the underwater world – and demonstrates why it’s so important we protect it. We invited Louis to paint a similar mural in our Bristol office, which is the first thing I see when I arrive at work in the morning.

What I believe in.
I believe we have a responsibility and an opportunity to limit our impact on the planet through reduction and re-use, and to protect the natural world around us.

Why I do what I do.
I am first and foremost a story teller and I want to tell the stories that matter, to make people aware that positive change is possible and achievable.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I have the great privilege to manage our Bristol-based team and have never worked with a more passionate or committed group of communicators.

Joe Dillon

(he/him)

Joe is sat on a tree stump in the midst of a wildflower garden. In the distance is a block of red brick flats and a black and white sign post. Joe is wearing a red shirt and blue chinos.

Joe Dillon

(he/him)

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Why the picture.
This is taken at Roots and Shoots, a community centre and wildlife garden where I grew up. I love that even in the centre of London, people still see the value of nature and take amazing efforts to make sure that our local community has access to it.

What I believe in.
I believe that the climate conversation often becomes polarised and disconnected. It’s our duty as climate communicators to make sure that everyone feels empowered to be part of the solution; particularly those with the agency to make a change.

Why I do what I do.
I take great joy in witnessing the breadth and quality of work going on to tackle the climate and ecological crisis. I feel privileged to be part of projects that are driving this crucial change in society.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As a part of the Policy & Finance team I focus mostly on multi-stakeholder campaigns. I work alongside the legal, insurance and investment industries where, I believe, the greatest opportunity for impact currently lies.

Stephanie Allcock

(she/her)

Stephanie is sat in a community garden wearing a yellow cardigan and surrounded by herbs.

Stephanie Allcock

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Why the picture.
I am at Windmill Hill City Farm. A haven of wildlife and luscious garden space in the centre of South Bristol. For me, it provides a sanctuary away from city living. It is an accessible space that educates and inspires the local community about animal welfare, plants and their environment.

What I believe in.
The worst impacts of the climate crisis will be faced by our future generations. For every better choice we make now, no matter how small, we can help those generations continue to enjoy the natural beauty of our planet that we have been so lucky to experience so far.

Why I do what I do.
I love working with people who have shared values and a common goal. Working at Greenhouse allows me to support a talented team who have a strong purpose to accelerate the fight against climate change through communication.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As Head of People and Culture at Greenhouse, I help to grow, develop and support our teams. My mission is to create a fair and inclusive culture where our people feel valued and celebrated.

Jack Holden

(he/him)

Jack Holden

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Why the picture.
The Bristol Exchange has hosted markets, live music, history tours, and is now one of the best places to get lunch so it ticks lots of boxes for me. It is also home to a grand clock which famously had an extra hand added to help Bristolians catch the train on time which resonates.

What I believe in.
The sooner investors, governments and others with agency can be persuaded to move away from old destructive practices and behaviours, the sooner we can make meaningful progress to limit emissions, improve biodiversity, and create happier and healthier communities.

Why I do what I do.
Many of the solutions to the world’s biggest challenges are ready and investable. Communicating this to the right people in the right away can play a small but important part in driving positive environmental and societal change.

What I do at Greenhouse.
Having been lucky enough to live and work in both London and Hong Kong before returning home to the South West, I use my international capital markets, energy and cleantech experience to support the great work being done by our brilliant teams in Bristol and beyond.

Rachel Parkes

(she/her)

Rachel Parkes

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
Food is such an integral part of who I am and how I connect to nature. I shop locally, prioritise seasonal food and seek out produce from farms that put biodiversity and nature first, which often leads to more creative plates at the dinner table!

What I believe in.
A world where people have a positive relationship with the environment around them. I have always been a stubborn optimist, and I believe that people are now turning their heads in the direction of a more sustainable way of living.

Why I do what I do.
To amplify the voices of the people who have the ideas, passion and solutions to create a healthier and more sustainable world. I love developing stories of the climate heroes on the ground and sharing their message on the international stage. There is nothing more motivating than witnessing the impact that communication campaigns can have on people’s livelihoods, nature and business.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I specialise in managing nature and youth-led campaigns that create measurable change – from lobbying policymakers to safeguard the countryside for future generations, to calling on major organisations to clean up dirty supply chains.

Kate Chesterton

(she/her)

Kate Chesterton

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Why the picture.

This is the Sue Ryder charity shop in Bristol. She was a humanitarian dedicated to the relief of suffering whose work started in WWII, helping people displaced from their homes as a result of war. One of her large care facilities was very close to my hometown in Oxfordshire where millions of pounds were raised selling second had goods and I spent many happy Saturdays hunting for vintage gems there where the elderly residents became impromptu sales assistants on their sale days.

What I believe in.

I believe, by making small changes, we can all make a genuine difference and help to look after this wonderful planet we call home.

Why I do what I do. 

So I can use my creative skills and energy to produce visual design to do good.

What I do at Greenhouse. 

As in-house designer, I am the go-to for all things visual – creative concepts, graphic design, illustration and animation.

Nina Whitby

(she/her)

Nina is stood on the beach with her hands in her pockets.

Nina Whitby

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Why the picture.
I am on the beach in North Cornwall. When I am close to the sea, I feel re-energized and able to think more clearly. Great creative ideas seem to come more easily when I’m near some waves.

What I believe in.
I truly believe that if we work together and choose to collaborate more openly, we could make the world a better place for both people and the planet. I have chosen to do this by working with brilliant organisations and incredible teams that are taking action to support the urgent change we need as a world.

Why I do what I do.
I’ve always been someone who looks for the detail but loves the big picture. Everyday I’m seeking out new ways to raise awareness and create the maximum impact for our clients and I love it.

What I do at Greenhouse.
My job is to build talented teams to create and deliver integrated campaigns that cut through the noise and focus on the end goal – delivering impact. That means being bold with our ideas, creative in our thinking, accurate in our delivery and always measuring what we do.

Anna Guyer

(she/her)

Anna Guyer

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I am in a restaurant that makes me smile – I love colour, vibrancy and hope. It prides itself on being sustainable and is inspired by the cooking and delivery of street food in Mumbai. I am motivated by addressing the impact we have on the developing world, and I think we have a lot to learn and share from other countries around the world.

What I believe in.
I believe that a sustainable circular sharing economy is exciting and within our grasp and that it will ultimately be better for humanity as well as better for the planet.

Why I do what I do.
I am inspired by the pioneers and innovators we meet through our work and they help me understand that we already have the solutions to address the issues we face. Our job is to help them to communicate with power and impact to take those solutions to scale.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I created Greenhouse to bring together a community of like-minded people who feel inspired and passionate about creating change. I love to help clients develop a powerful communications strategy and ensure we deliver exceptional results to create the change we want to see.

Tom Tabram

(he/him)

Tom Tabram

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Why the picture.
I chose to be pictured by a waterfall because I’m passionate about the potential to use water as a source of clean energy. Before joining Greenhouse, I researched the impact of climate change on alpine hydropower and the implications of glacial retreat.

What I believe in.
I’m fascinated by earth science and believe everyone should understand the physical systems governing our planet. Only through appreciation of our environment and how human systems affect it can we truly make ethical and sustainable choices.

Why I do what I do.
I want to raise awareness of the innovations that are helping to accelerate the transition to a low carbon energy system, and mobilise groundbreaking new technologies in the fight against climate change.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As part of the energy team, I craft new narratives about the ways in which technology is future proofing our energy infrastructure and helping to combat some of the most pressing environmental issues of our time.

Vanessa Terschluse

(she/her)

A woman is stood in front of a market with her hands on her hips, smiling. She has curly dark brown hair and is wearing a pink, red and white striped jumper.

Vanessa Terschluse

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
I am standing in busy Portobello Road, amidst markets, cafes and shops. I love how the markets and local small businesses here become a place of community, that reminds us all how connected we are. It is ultimately this belief, that the well-being of all humans, as well as the planet is deeply connected, that makes me passionate about sustainability. We cannot choose between social justice, community well-being and climate action – it is all one. I believe that coming together as a community and developing new systems of collective existence that nurtures all of us is central to the addressing the climate emergency that we are all in.

What I believe in.
I believe wholeheartedly that each and every one of us has such an incredible capacity of contributing to positive change.
We all have the ability, and the responsibility to play a part in creating a safer and more environmental just world for all. As Margaret Mead said: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed individuals can change the world. In fact, it’s the only thing that ever has.”

Why I do what I do.
I believe that the environmental crises we face are largely caused by disconnection – from the natural world around us, and from each other. Through the communications work we do at Greenhouse, we can create these bridges and reconnect. The solutions are already out there. We need to amplify the voice of Indigenous peoples and local communities that have been living in a positive reciprocal relationship with nature for millennia. We need to connect and listen to each other, to understand different values, needs and challenges. We need to highlight those creating innovative solutions, and hold those to account that are holding us back from acting on the climate crisis. All these challenges and solutions have communications work at their heart.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work alongside the fantastic advocacy team on a range of campaigns and clients, with a special focus on climate justice and nature – from holding governments to account for not acting on the climate emergency, to protecting our forests and shifting the way commodities are produced globally.

Amy Drummond

(she/her)

Amy Drummond

Amy Drummond

(she/her)

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Why the picture.
We The Curious is Bristol’s science museum. It is dedicated to cultivating curiosity and inspiring the next generation of scientists and innovators. We need a large and diverse STEM workforce to help tackle climate change and global healthcare challenges.

What I believe in.
Technological innovation can help us meet decarbonisation targets faster. Effective communication campaigns can do this too. PR can drive positive change; whether it’s attracting more people into STEM careers, promoting an energy efficient technology, or encouraging people to switch off devices when not in use.

Why I do what I do.
I enjoy helping my clients to communicate effectively to the audiences they need to influence. I am particularly interested in the application of technology, such as smart grids and Artificial Intelligence, to drive energy efficiency.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I develop and direct communication campaigns. I also create content and enjoy translating technical jargon into clear language

Alex Robertson

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Alex Robertson

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Why the picture.
Battersea Power Station is arguably the most iconic symbol of the fossil fuels that have powered lives and economies for centuries. As it finds a new purpose in life, the redundant chimneys embody an accelerating and urgent transition towards clean energy sources.

What I believe in.
Climate change is an opportunity as much as it is a threat. A chance to demolish divisive barriers, build strong coalitions and deliver a just transition to save our planet.

Why I do what I do.
The journey to net zero must bring all members of society with it. Working in communications, I‘m privileged to be part of conversations with a range of voices that need to be heard as part of the fight against climate change.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As part of the energy team, I help to accelerate decarbonisation in the energy networks space. Our energy system is rapidly changing as electricity demand grows and more of our power comes from renewable sources. I support communications and stakeholder engagement to ensure we can achieve a clean and secure energy future.

Natalie Lam

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Natalie Lam

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Why the picture.

The picture was taken during the peak lockdown of COVID in 2020. One of my missions at the time was to flex my photography skills and take “pandemic portraits” to bring some joy to everyone stuck at home. This included one of myself on a daily permitted walk.

What I believe in.

I believe in equality – no matter what. Regardless of class, race, gender, sexuality, disability, we should all live in a stable society and feel reassured knowing that no matter who you are, the earth will welcome you with open arms. We can’t have climate justice without justice for everyone.

Why I do what I do. 

While the digital world is still such a (comparatively) new and revolutionary concept, the way it has transformed our lives to such scale is fascinating. Being able to reach and connect with such like-minded individuals across the globe, and share such powerful messaging and ideas, is exactly why I specialise in digital.

What I do at Greenhouse. 

I work in the digital team to amplify the voices that work to protect our planet. Whether that’s developing a social media strategy, connecting with changemakers or creating relevant and optimised content, we aim to get you as much online visibility as possible.

Virginie Roques

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Virginie Roques

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Why the picture.

This was taken on North Street, an iconic high street of South Bristol. I’m local to the area and absolutely love the community spirit here. There are loads of independent shops, cafés and restaurants that are promoting a more sustainable and local approach to their activity. Plus, North Street is the home of Europe’s largest street art festival, which means you’re always walking amongst art!

What I believe in.

I believe everyone can contribute (within their capability) towards preserving our planet, even through small changes or actions. However, individual action is not enough. Governments and industries that are having the most negative impact on our environment are a real key focus for deeper change. The pressure should be kept on them to commit to better environmental and social policies.

Why I do what I do. 

Digital is such an interesting world to work in, it’s constantly evolving and there are so many opportunities to be creative and try new things. It just made sense to use my skills within an organisation like Greenhouse that aligns with my values and what I stand for. It’s good to feel part of the positive change.

What I do at Greenhouse. 

As part of our Digital team, I create paid media strategies and campaigns that will help our clients get the biggest impact possible across a range of digital channels. It’s mostly about getting the right content and message in front of the right people, and figuring out the combinations that work best is always interesting.

Mollie Atherton

(she/her)

Mollie is standing with her hand on her hips in a field of yellow flowers. In the background, there is a wind turbine.

Mollie Atherton

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Why the picture.
Renewable energy is amazing – need I say any more?

What I believe in.
The drive for decarbonisation is going to change more than how we power our houses and commute to work. It’s going to change the way we live and interact with the world around us, and while I am excited for cleaner, greener future, the transition to net zero must be socially inclusive to ensure that we all benefit from the low carbon world that we are creating.

Why I do what I do.
Infrastructure – from electricity to transport and data – is the backbone of economies and we cannot achieve net zero without it. There are so many exciting and innovative technologies that are driving and accelerating decarbonisation, but equally as important is ensuring that our infrastructure is ready to enable this brave new world.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I predominantly work with our energy infrastructure clients, helping them focus and structure their stakeholder engagement and communications to enable inclusive and widescale network decarbonisation. This encompasses everything from producing industry reports with clear narratives, to organising stakeholder events and running creative PR and digital campaigns.

Sindhu Ram

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Sindhu has long black hair, and is standing in a cricle of pillars that represent the 17 sustainable development goals. She is wearing a floral print long sleeve blouse and black jeans.

Sindhu Ram

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Why the picture.
The picture was taken at an exhibition at Somerset House in London called ‘Forests for Change’. At the centre were 17 pillars resembling the UN Sustainable Development Goals which aim to be a “blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all”. Whilst we may never achieve a perfect world, these goals should drive us to always do better in order to create a fairer global society.

What I believe in.
I believe that without environmental justice we will not achieve social and racial justice. The decisions made by politicians, businesses and us as individuals need to protect people and the planet.

Why I do what I do.
I love the fact that the work I do empowers individuals to have a voice in the climate conversation and drives impactful climate action.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As a part of the advocacy team, I work on national and international campaigns in the nature, policy and youth space, driving positive change through digital and media support.

David Mason

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David Mason

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Why the picture.
We need to shift trillions of dollars from funding unsustainable activities to financing the low-carbon economy. Progressive investors are starting to press companies to align their businesses with international climate targets and are investing a trillion dollars a year in renewable power, energy efficiency and other clean solutions.

What I believe in.
Climate change, biodiversity, global food and water – we are learning just how close we are to disaster. I believe we can implement solutions which are sustainable and can improve our quality of life, but time is very short.

Why I do what I do.
I want to support NGOs, entrepreneurs and businesses with the ability to create transformative change. I want to use my skills as a former journalist to increase their impact, communicating clear, powerful messages that influence the way people think and behave worldwide.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work on sustainability campaigns targeted at the world’s biggest investors and with companies pioneering a smart, low-carbon energy and transport system. I advise on strategy, edit reports, sharpen messages and launch campaigns.

Kate Garratt

(she/her)

Kate Garratt

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Why the picture.
The backdrop shows the meeting of my favorite things: the beauty of the Cumbrian landscape that I call home, and our life-giving electricity transmission network.

What I believe in.
Having made huge strides forward in clean energy generation and awareness around consumption, we cannot let outdated infrastructure hold back the low carbon revolution. We have a duty to improve it and transition to a smart, flexible energy system as quickly as possible.

Why I do what I do.
It’s all about education. Our energy eco-system is often misunderstood, misrepresented or over simplified. I work every day to build better understanding and create more informed stakeholders for our clients.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As Greenhouse’s resident grid enthusiast, I take care of our clients in the powergrid and distributed energy space. I’m at my best spinning the account management plates.

Emma Wilkinson

(she/her)

A woman in a blue v-neck jumper is sat on the edge of a wall surrounded by a pond.

Emma Wilkinson

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Why the picture.
I’m at the Barbican Water Gardens, a place of calm in the middle of a wonderful arts centre. Creative storytelling and art is key to inspiring people to engage with nature, question the status quo, and drive the systems changes we need to combat the climate crisis.

What I believe in.
To create a just global society and restore planetary health, we must shift our culture and embed a deep recognition that we live in reciprocity with Earth.

Why I do what I do.
Communication is fundamental to harnessing the existing climate solutions and implementing them justly. With a background in coordinating grassroots climate action, I thrive on building partnerships, storytelling and engaging new voices to safeguard people and the planet.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I focus on ocean protection and restoration, working with an array of organisations to communicate the wonder of the ocean and its crucial role for climate stability and health.

Sunita Ramani

(she/her)

A brown person stands in a bookshop wearing a dark blue blouse. She is holding 5 books in her hand.

Sunita Ramani

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Why the picture.
“The Last Bookshop’, nestled halfway up Bristol’s Park Street, represents the intersection of my two great loves: sustainability and storytelling. By taking remainders and overstocks and giving them a second life, this bookstore models an alternative, circular solution to a typically wasteful industry – and means that every one of its brand new books is only £3! Reading has always been central to my life, including my journey as an activist – from learning about veganism and the climate crisis, to writing my undergraduate dissertation on the representation of the non-human world in fantasy literature, and now my role telling the stories of groundbreaking climate campaigns.

What I believe in.
Listening to each other – and particularly to those who are underrepresented in the mainstream climate conversation – is essential if we are to build solutions that work for everyone. In my personal life, I believe in acting compassionately towards my fellow creatures and our planet through my dietary and lifestyle choices, and empowering others to do the same, within their means.

Why I do what I do.
The climate crisis is already impacting the lives of the most vulnerable communities around the world, and whilst many of the solutions already exist, we need the right people to start listening and taking action. Being part of the incredible team at Greenhouse allows me to amplify and elevate the ideas that are changing the world, step by step.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As an Account Executive, I deliver integrated communications campaigns for trailblazing organisations with purpose at their core; from biodiversity and nature conservation, to food systems transformation – with climate justice always at the heart of our work.

Luke Webb

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Luke is standing in front of the Tate Modern, he is leaning on a wall, smiling. he wears a white pin striped shirt and navy blue chinos.

Luke Webb

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Why the picture.
I’m at the Tate Modern in London, a building that makes me smile for so many reasons. Since 2000, this space has been home to some amazing art and music. For the majority of its existence, however, the Bankside Power Station (as it was known back then) bellowed smoke into central London. Its redevelopment is a wonderful example of how we can regenerate old concepts into new ideas.

What I believe in.
Humans have innovated for as long as we have existed. Although innovation has got us to where we are today, it now also threatens our ecosystem. History tells us that whenever something has ceased to work effectively, we have replaced it – stone to iron, manual to machine. Fossil fuels threaten our planet with permeant destruction, it’s time for us to take the next step forward.

Why I do what I do.
Communication has an essential role to play in halting the climate crisis. Explaining why we should and, more importantly, how we can live more sustainably is all about communicating ideas in ways that capture people’s imagination.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work with fascinating innovators and businesses who are developing solutions to the climate crisis. I help to sharpen their messages, raise awareness of their inventions and enable them to tell the right stories to the right people.

Jenny Briggs

(she/her)

Jenny Briggs

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Why the picture.
I am at St Werburghs City Farm – a brilliant urban community farm in the heart of Bristol. It acts as a catalyst for change by reconnecting people with where their food comes from, a concept that’s often lost in a city context. I am fascinated by food and supply chains and believe we need to move away from the practices associated with industrial agriculture.

What I believe in.
Consciously supporting positive change every day. Every time you spend money, eat a meal or watch a film, you’re casting a vote for the kind of world you want.

Why I do what I do.
I adore working in partnership with inspiring people and projects on campaigns that generate real, tangible behaviour change towards a low carbon economy.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I specialise in directing creative campaigns across the food, farming and biodiversity sectors. I work with a range of clients on integrated campaigns including the Just Rural Transition, WWF, Surfers Against Sewage, EIT Food, Triodos Bank, Whale and Dolphin Conservation and Sustainable Soils Alliance.

Evie Edwards

(she/her)

Evie Edwards

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Why the picture.
I am on St.Marks road in Easton, this road has a myriad of independent shops and restaurants and has a real sense of community, something that I think this close knit city is best known for. I feel very lucky to live in a city that promotes and supports this sort of independence.

What I believe in.
Buying local and plant-based food wherever possible! It’s so important to understand where your food has come from. If we all make small everyday changes, we can create a huge impact.

Why I do what I do.
Using my skills within the digital landscape to help organisations send their message far and wide is amazing. Imagery and social media are beyond powerful right now, it’s important to be able to use this tool at such a crucial time and to be part of the change we so desperately need to see.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I develop social media content and design promoting food sustainability, food technology to future proof our food system.

Philip Armstrong

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Philip Armstrong

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Why the picture.
Energy is the single biggest enabler of human prosperity in history. Fossil fuel energy has also become the greatest threat to our world. Feats of engineering, like the engine in this picture, drove the last industrial revolution and are essential to deliver today’s clean-energy revolution – one that enables carbon-free prosperity for everyone.

What I believe in.
I believe in the power of human invention and innovation to transform lives, society and the environment for the better. From the industrial revolution to the space race, history shows what is possible.

Why I do what I do.
Ideas only become powerful through communication. The greatest theories, technologies and products are those explained with the simplest stories – from Newton’s falling apple, to the Apple iPhone. My role is to help green pioneers grow by telling powerful stories to investors, customers and society.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As Head of Energy and Clean Tech I spend every day working with the inventors and innovators at the forefront of the green industrial revolution – from crafting communications strategies to overseeing execution by our team of committed communicators.

Abbie Anderson

(she/her)

Abbie Anderson

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Why the picture.
I’m lucky to live down the road from Battersea Flower station, one of my favourite places in London. The space opened in 2012, as the team had a hope of creating a place of beauty in the land that runs alongside the railway track. I believe if we had a better relationship with the nature around us, we would be in a much more positive place in regard to climate change, and having this space right in the centre of Southwest London is wonderful.

What I believe in.
I believe that if everyone made one small change – whether that be walking instead of taking the tube or switching to non-dairy milk – our world would see immeasurable benefits. Our relationship with nature is not only important for the plant, but for our mental health too, and it’s time we started properly looking after our world.

Why I do what I do.
I enjoy the challenge of communicating the change we need to see to truly combat the climate crisis. Telling the story of companies using innovative technology will not only save the natural world my generation lives in but the one after that too.

What I do at Greenhouse.
As an Account Manager on the Energy Tech team, I work with a range of companies that are leading solutions to the climate crisis. I’m passionate about helping to tell their story, raise awareness of their technology and enable their work to have a global impact.

Nikita Marwaha Kraetzig

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Nikita is stood with her hand on her hip leaning on a bench outside a corner shop. She wears a lilac shirt, glasses and has brown hair.

Nikita Marwaha Kraetzig

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Why the picture.
I’m at my family’s former corner shop in Surbiton, South West London. As Indian immigrants from India and Kenya, my parents were a part of the UK’s corner shop culture in the 80s and 90s. Our shop represented community spirit and sharing stories—both through the people we served and newspapers we sold. I grew up behind the counter, sneaking sweets, pricing newspapers and meeting people who all cared about the community and came together for each other in times of need—two things that are central to creating climate-resilient communities.

What I believe in.
I believe in the power of storytelling to create ripples of positive change that spark structural overhaul. The climate emergency is also a communications challenge. I believe that communicating it in a way that inspires, rather than intimidates or overwhelms is a big part of connecting with people in a meaningful way. I also believe that by being intersectional about our environmentalism we can amplify underrepresented voices and make a difference to all communities.

Why I do what I do.
Limiting warming to 1.5°C by 2030 and reducing our carbon emissions by half is the work of many lifetimes and many people. I want to be a part of the solution. This is why I’m a space communicator turned environmental communicator. I wanted to bring my space industry experience back down to Earth at Greenhouse and focus on our home planet and the people on it. This is what motivates me and why I am proud to amplify the voices of climate pioneers with the ideas and solutions to create a healthier world for current and future generations.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work in the clean tech and energy team helping our energy infrastructure clients with a blend of digital, writing and creative PR campaign support to share their stories and enable wide-scale network decarbonisation. Communicating technological innovations such as clean tech and energy storage, I help to deliver meaningful campaigns for climate pioneers.

Georgia Crump

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Georgia has light brown curly hair. She is wearing an electric blue chore jacket and light blue linen shirt. She's leaning on a fence surrounded by plants.

Georgia Crump

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Why the picture.
This photo was taken at Stepney City Farm, a working farm in the heart of East London. Here, people can come to reconnect with nature, a rare opportunity in the busy inner city. I’m passionate about the sustainable ethos of the farm – organic vegetables are grown on-site and nothing is wasted, a way of living that we all can learn from.

What I believe in.
Looking after nature so that nature looks after us. The natural world has been supporting human life for thousands of years, and now we need to take steps to protect our ecosystems and biodiversity so that it can continue to do so.

Why I do what I do.
To help raise the profile of people advocating for systems change and protection of our planet. How can we expect people to support important causes if they haven’t heard about them? I’m passionate about getting these stories heard around the world.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I am part of the advocacy team, specialising in communications strategy. I work with a brilliant team to deliver a variety of campaigns of all sizes from local heroes to international change-makers.

Julia Bush

(she/her)

Julia is leaning on a railing, wearing a floral print button up dress. Beside her is a pot of ivy.

Julia Bush

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Why the picture.
I’m at the Dalston Curve Garden, a community green space in the heart of Hackney, London. I’m passionate about inner-city green spaces – there is so much nature and wildlife to connect with on our doorsteps. We need to make our cities greener and wilder places to live.

What I believe in.
That the more connected we feel to the natural world around us, the more we’ll value the environment and collectively work to protect it. That’s why improving access to nature is so vital.

Why I do what I do.
To give sustainable pioneers a chance to make their voices heard, and communicate with a wider range of people. Ultimately, the more choice we can offer consumers in how to act, shop and use their money, the more accessible it will be to live a greener lifestyle.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I specialise in communications strategy, thought leadership and media relations for brands that put purpose at the heart of what they do – working across areas such as financial services, retail and food innovation.

Fiona Stainer

(she/her)

Fiona is sitting on the bright green grass in front of the River Avon. Behind her you can see the opposite riverbank. Fiona has one leg tucked into her chest which she is holding with her hands in a relaxed pose. She is smiling, wearing a green sweater, black skinny jeans and black trainers.

Fiona Stainer

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Why the picture.
I’m down by the river Avon in Saltford, a village between Bristol and Bath. I spent a lot of time here during lockdown, and I’m very grateful that I had such a beautiful place to walk to when our worlds shrunk. Lately, we’ve all appreciated more than ever that getting outside is integral to mental and physical wellbeing, but consecutive lockdowns have also emphasised that access to nature is by no means equal. It’s so important on so many levels that we work to rectify this, and I’m delighted to be part of an organisation committed to putting the natural world at the forefront of the agenda.

What I believe in.
I believe in environmental justice: if we aren’t working for a better future for everyone, then we aren’t working for a better future at all.

Why I do what I do.
I love telling stories that educate and inspire people to mobilise to combat the environmental crisis. I want to help people realise that they have the power and the tools with which to fight for a better world. I am motivated by the possibility of a future that is equitable for all, and I want to communicate that potential to others in the work I do.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work within the behaviour change team, telling the stories of consumer brands who are putting the environment at the centre of their mission.

Hannah Thornton

(she/her)

Hannah Thornton

Hannah Thornton

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Why the picture.
I am standing in the Crossbones Graveyard, a reclaimed green sanctuary in the heart of central London. It is a beautiful, wild garden that represents social inclusion, healing and the power of community.

What I believe in.
I believe that everybody has the right to live in a safe, clean, healthy environment. Those most affected by climate change are those least equipped for it, and our role is to repair and build a greener world for everyone.

Why I do what I do.
I believe in the power of people and businesses to be a force for good in the world. We can power change by amplifying the voices of pioneers, innovators and activists who are driving progress.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I work with the whole team to maximise our impact and ensure Greenhouse is a sustainable and regenerative business.

Madeleine Lynch

(she/her)

Madeleine is standing in front of Millicent Garrett Fawcett's statue in parliament Square. Her hands are on her hips.

Madeleine Lynch

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Why the picture.
My time campaigning has brought me to this very spot at Parliament Square many times. The dual climate and biodiversity crises are catastrophes in which we can all play our part to tackle, but ultimately it is the politicians who withhold the power to change our trajectory. Whether that be by maintaining global temperature increase to under 1.5 degrees or restoring our natural environment, I believe that they can use that power to do what’s right – we just need to push them in the right direction.

What I believe in.
An equal, greener, safer society for all with people and workers at heart.

Why I do what I do.
I work in communications because I believe in the power of people to do the right thing when it comes to climate – we’re better when we work as one. Governments, civil society and businesses alike can all play their part in making a world safer for generations to come.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I’m an Account Executive on the policy and advocacy team. I work alongside fantastic colleagues and clients and work on a range of different campaigns from taking the government to court to showcasing vital climate-related research.

Petra Clifton

(she/her)

Petra Clifton

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Why the picture.

In the picture, I’m surrounded by a huge diversity of life at the Natural History Museum. It is not only a fantastically interesting museum, but a reminder that we’re part of a natural system much larger than ourselves.

What I believe in.

I believe in a society where the climate is at the heart of the conversation. As we decarbonise our energy networks, it is so important that our solutions are more inclusive and accessible than ever.

Why I do what I do. 

Communicating the stories which make change is hugely important to spark hope. Seeing positive stories about new technology is essential to maintain momentum in the fight to decarbonise.

What I do at Greenhouse. 

As an Account Executive on the wonderful Energy and Clean Tech team, I support across different accounts, from social media to PR activities. My focus is on clean transport clients, especially those accelerating the electric car revolution.

Emily Greenwood

(she/her)

Emily Greenwood

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Why the picture.
I’m an advocate for both the mental and physical benefits of the outdoors and the significant role that nature plays in everyday life. In the photo, I’m cycling the Test Valley national cycle trail in Hampshire – this stretch is set alongside a beautiful chalk stream, one of the ecosystems in the UK known for its vibrant and rare aquatic life.

What I believe in.
The natural environment is important to me and I believe we all have a responsibility to protect and nurture it. Every small step that each of us decides to take to reduce our carbon footprint can contributes to a cumulative positive force that will help us preserve the future of the earth. There is no Planet B.

Why I do what I do.
It’s only in the last few years that I’ve really come to understand that our earth’s ecosystems are at critical risk and how much humanity depends on them. Having a realisation that I can contribute to the path to change has led me to work within sustainability and try to do my part in preserving our natural environment.

What I do at Greenhouse.
I’m primarily responsible for the day-to-day running of our lovely Greenhouse offices and I help support the driving force that is our team. I have a genuine love of working with people and am fortunate to be able to work with so many inspiring communicators.

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