Climax Community emerges from the critical need to fight climate change. Our mission is to empower individuals, households, and small businesses to create a global community that is taking control of their carbon footprint and catalysing action to fight climate change. We want to drive awareness, knowledge, and action to avoid, reduce, and offset carbon emissions.
We are an early-stage start-up whose members are extremely passionate about solving today’s most pressing problem. We have gathered a small team of driven professionals who not only have a proven record of creating and scaling successful start-ups but are also experts in sustainability and climate change. We believe together we can fight towards a greener future
Anna has 8 years of experience in the not for profit sector, and comes from a background in client and project management. She has worked in a variety of projects ranging from large scale client service delivery to product development, and more recently, she has established an international subsidiary in India. Anna is passionate about working in an organisation that aims to deliver significant and lasting change.
Laura is a recent geography graduate from Oxford University. Reflecting her interests in sustainability and climate change, she has worked on and led projects across Kenya and the UK to increase the adoption of household renewable energy solutions through bespoke financing options. Her goal is to improve the provision and access to both information and products which enable ecological living. This is evident through her voluntary work with the charity Kite Oxford-Nairobi, where as project director she has promoted education and the use of sustainable sanitary products. Some of Laura’s academic research is currently being published for its innovative contribution to health and well-being.
Liam has over 8 years of digital marketing, graphic design and web development experience. He has a wide range of interests within the sector. Volunteering in global conservation projects in Sri Lanka, Indonesia and Asia. He believes that everyone has a huge part to play in the next 10 years to turn the tide on climate change.
Climate Change Interns
Helena is a recent geography and french graduate from UCL. She has a wide range of interests within the sector and has written a blog on climate change mitigation from individual to supranational solutions. She is particularly passionate about environmental policies such as the Green New Deal. In the aftermath of Covid-19, Helena believes that these policies can be used as a framework to create a greener and more equal society.
Patrick is currently completing an MSc in Carbon Management from the University of Edinburgh. He found his motivation to work in this sector growing up in the Yorkshire Dales and whilst studying Maths at undergraduate level - where he was able to tailor his academic and extracurricular work towards sustainability. Patrick has become a keen problem solver and is now keen to make his contribution towards solving the biggest problem facing the world today… climate change.
Patrick has completed his second year at the University of Exeter studying Human Geography. Growing up in London helped him to appreciate how urban environments can balance both the economy and large areas of green space, and through skills learnt through his degree Patrick hopes to aid the process of sustainable living. Recent interest has been in government, business and individual responsibilities for carbon footprint and sustainability.
Climate Change Ambassadors
Suzanna is an MA Journalism student in London. Her focus is on content creation. Her goal is to give the ocean a voice in the urban world. As a diver, she witnessed firsthand the effects of climate change on coral reefs. Suzanna joined Climax Community to raise awareness about the challenges facing the ocean and to highlight its integral role in fighting climate change. She believes in high quality of life for all.
Aine is an Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Analyst with a blended technical and commercial background. After completing a Masters Degree in Ocean Sciences at the University of Liverpool, Aine worked at a Centrist Political Think-Tank in Washington D.C. as part of the prestigious leadership initiative, the Washington Ireland Programme. Aine is an advocate for sustainability, previously working with some of the most innovative clean technology start-ups across Europe and the U.S. to support their leadership growth. Passionate diversity & inclusion, Aine co-created and hosts the herSustainability Podcast where she speaks with some of the most senior female leaders within the clean technology industry to champion greater gender diversity.
Angela works at The ADE, where she facilitates member engagement to support the ADE’s work to set the vision of a local, efficient, low carbon energy system. Her enthusiasm for sustainability was ignited in her geography studies, which inspired her degree in Geography at Swansea University. Her main focus in the Climax Community is community engagement through events, with a strong focus on energy and conservation of resources. Angela’s goal involves inspiring and engaging people to make small, yet significant changes to their lives to positively impact the environment and society. Angela believes in the power of together to achieve a shared ambition to utilise strengths and learn from different people for the benefit of a combined goal. She believes one person can make an incredible difference - something is better than nothing. Angela loves to travel and explore the outdoors, whatever the weather; you can find her hiking, climbing, paddle-boarding and biking.
Gulshen is a climate change activist with a background in environmental engineering. She has dedicated career to environmental studies with a focus on sustainable development and resource conservation. With a particular focus on water resources management and process intensification she has been working on carbon emission minimisation within the industry. Her aim is to promote climate change awareness and sustainable living practices. She will be focusing on content creation and community building as a Climax Community team member.
"Growing up by the sea, it was only natural that Emily would study Marine Policy and Environmental Economics at the in her early studies. During her studies, she spent a semester sailing the Carribean and conducting marine research aboard the SSV Corwith Cramer. Her career has remained closely connected to ocean conservation but has certainly expanded to work and studies in Climate Change in the broader sense. Most recently, she completed a MSc in Climate Change Science and Policy at King's College London where she focused on societal risk perception and climate communication. She now is working in alternative energy and carbon accounting in London. Emily is committed to creating a more just and sustainable future"
Ellen is an enthusiastic and passionate individual specialising in sustainability within fashion. After graduating with a BA (Hons) in Fashion Communication and Promotion, she strives to focus on curating thought-provoking sustainable solutions by captivating audiences and brands through innovation and strategy. Her goal is to provide her expertise and skill set to ensure circular and positive climate impacts. By doing so, it opens up a space for opportunity and growth whilst vastly improving business performances through implementation of the triple bottom line. She believes it is important to learn and inspire one another on the importance of climate change and the vital shift to a cleaner future. Ellen will be working on the brand strategy and content creation as part of the ambassador team for Climax Community.