Greenpeace Speakers are passionate about building a green and peaceful world. They’re only too happy to share that passion and talk about the solutions to our environmental problems.
Whether discussing how we can get climate change under control or protect rainforests and oceans, Greenpeace Speakers can provide engaging insights into the environmental challenges we face. They can also talk about Greenpeace’s history and the work we do.
Invite a Greenpeace Speaker
Greenpeace Speakers during COVID-19: Are you looking for an interesting way to keep your pupils and students, group or colleagues engaged during this challenging time? Has the chance to slow down and reflect given you more time to think about the big environmental questions? Or maybe you’re thinking about how you can still make a difference and impact without leaving home.
Greenpeace Speakers are available to give online talks and webinars across the UK. Inviting a speaker to talk to your colleagues, class or group is a great way to start conversations about our place in the natural world.
As Greenpeace Speakers would normally visit a group in person, they are divided into regions. You may still wish to select a Speaker from your local area, particularly if you would like the Speaker to visit in person in the future. However, please feel free to select a Speaker from elsewhere if you would prefer.
Unsure which Greenpeace Speaker is right for you? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will help you find a good match.
Select your region to find and invite a speaker:
Speaker Summer Sessions: talks to inspire young people
Join us this summer for a series of inspirational talks for students and young people (aged 15 and over).
Together we’ll explore some of the biggest environmental challenges of our time – helping you to understand what the issues are, why it matters and most importantly what you can do about it.
Click on the links below to find out more and to register your place!
Each talk will be followed by a Q&A session where you can ask questions and share ideas. The series of talks will end with an introduction to taking action, where you’ll learn some creative ways to get others others involved in making a more sustainable world.
|Tuesday 18 August||5 – 5.45pm||The climate crisis – what you need to know and what you can do about it|
|Wednesday 19 August||5 – 5.45pm||A greener future – steps to more sustainable living|
|Tuesday 25 August||5 – 5.45pm||Deforestation on our plates – saving our forests one meal at a time|
|Wednesday 26 August||5 – 5.45pm||The plastic problem – beyond the reusable bottle|
|Thursday 27 August||5 – 5.45pm||Taking action – creative ways to make an impact|
Note: Greenpeace is committed to safeguarding children and young people and to ensuring that they can engage in activities safely and free from exploitation. This webinar series will be delivered by trained Greenpeace Speakers. Attendance at each talk is anonymous with only the host and presenter visible throughout. If you have any questions about this process, please contact email@example.com
Greenpeace fact sheets
Check out Greenpeace’s fact sheets for children. Designed to complement talks given by our speakers, they’ll introduce some of the challenges our planet faces and what you can do to help.
Become a Greenpeace Speaker
We are always excited to hear from individuals who are interested in becoming Greenpeace Speakers, and want to share their passion and enthusiasm with others.
In 2020 we will focus our recruitment on growing the number of young Speakers, aged 18-25, in our network. In particular, we are keen to hear from individuals in this age range from ethnic minorities and other underrepresented groups.
We hope to run a training day for new recruits later in the year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to register your interest in becoming a Greenpeace Speaker and we will contact you as soon as we have more information.