George Marshall: Hearth and Hiraeth - Building Values-Based Climate Change Narratives in the Celtic heartland

George Marshall is the founder of the Climate Outreach Information Network (, a climate change communications and training charity for which he directs the Language and Discourse Programme. This ambitious two year initiative aims to “measurably change the ways we speak about climate change” through the exchange of learning between communications experts and high profile communicators from science, politics, and the arts.  He writes widely on climate change communication including articles for The New Statesman, The Guardian, New Scientist and The Ecologist. He is the author of Carbon Detox ( a popular book offering "fresh ways to think about personal action to climate change" and is the creator of the blogsite which examines our psychological responses to climate change.