The key aim of Climate Outreach is to involve and engage people in climate change. Their website acts as a hub for climate change resources, workshops, online events, and they even manage a visual library of only evidence-based and impact focused climate photography called Climate Visuals. Climate Outreach conducts research and recently did a study on people in Britain, dividing them into 7 types of climate concerned people. This framework helps communicate the climate crisis more effectively.
Photographers, creatives, artists, solutions-orientated activists
We love how Climate Outreach uses visuals and data to communicate the climate crisis. Their research helps to identify the best ways of engaging people with different values in creating change. Climate Visuals is a stunning library of photos that communicate the urgency of climate change - a picture is after all worth a thousand words.