CHARLIE DAKIN, ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE
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.