George Marshall

Founder & Director of Programmes
Climate Outreach

George Marshall is Director of Programmes and founder of Climate Outreach with 30 years’ experience in communications research, training and strategic advice for governments, national and international NGOs and businesses. His specialism in working with new audiences has included pioneering communications projects in Alberta, Canada; with people of the world’s five main faiths and through providing strategic advice to government, NGOs, and business.
George leads the Climate Outreach training programme and has personally delivered over 100 climate communications training workshops in Britain, across Europe, the US and Canada, Australia, India and Venezuela.
He writes widely about climate change, including regular articles for The Guardian and New Scientist, and has given keynote presentations for TEDx, BECC and the UNFCCC. He has written two books: Carbon Detox (Hamlyn Gaia, 2010) which addresses personal behaviour, and Don’t Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired To Ignore Climate Change (Bloomsbury US, 2014), on the psychology of climate change.