We’re 100% focused on the climate sector.

As a boutique marketing consultancy, we help climate tech persuade and scale.

A non profit, accessible to early-stage organisations.

NASA Airborne Campaigns Focus on climate Impacts in the Arctic. Nasa images.

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Climate tech needs the support of many stakeholders.

This is why we help innovators reach outside of the expert bubble, to investors, decision makers, influencers.

How we work
How we work

We have worked with great organizations.

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  • “The Climate Agency did a phenomenal job telling our story. Their industry knowledge was critical to establishing our unique voice”Sravanth Gadikota, CEOCarbon to Stone

  • “Sophie and Lisa took an extremely complex topic and made it digestible. They helped us craft content that will break through the noise”Paul Birkelo, Head of OperationsPowertrust

  • “The Climate Agency has without doubt been a core part of our scale-up story.”Alexander Makela, Policy DirectorCarbon Gap

  • “The Climate Agency team has a great knowledge of branding and climate change to make this happen. Their sessions are impactful and actionable.”Ben Rubin, Executive DirectorCarbon Business Council

  • “It’s amazing. After these 2 workshops I will be revising our website and marketing assets.”Lena Mechenkova, Communication DirectorVlinder Climate

  • “Sophie’s wealth of experience, sound judgement and creative thinking have been integral to the successful launch of the Direct Air Capture Coalition.”Jason Hochman, Co-Founder & Senior DirectorDirect Air Capture Coalition

  • “The Climate Agency bring a huge amount of experience which is a huge time saving benefit.”Natalia Dorfman, CEO and Co-FounderKita

  • “The Climate Agency helped us distil down our perspective on building out our tech into really crisp and clear language. They’re great!”Rory Brown, Co-founder and CEOAirhive


Humans relationship with Nature must change. The scale and speed at which scientists say we must effect that change are hard to grasp for most of us. Can we adapt in time to protect our world?

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Our services don't cost the earth.

We are non profit, highly cost-effective and entrepreneurial. We have designed unique tools to help you leapfrog traditional processes and get results fast.

What we do
Mad Don

Inspired teamwork can achieve the impossible. Here “Mad Don”, Donal Arabian, Chief of the Apollo Test Division.

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Our background

We are a team of experts in marketing and communications, with prestigious careers leading global consumer brands and charities.

Our team works with inspiring advisors to tackle the biggest communication problem of all time.

    • Sophie Gallois

      Sophie GalloisCo-FounderFounder Sophie Gallois is harnessing everything she learnt in a leadership career that spans global brands and charities, including Unicef UK, to the service of climate action. She is a trustee of the Direct Air Capture Coalition and an advisor to Climate Science.LinkedIn

    • Lisa Woodward

      Lisa WoodwardCo-FounderWith a branding career that spans over 30 years, Lisa brings a strategic view and pragmatic approach to The Climate Agency. For the last decade, she has been running strategic workshops with start-ups and charities, as well as supporting them with their creative implementation.LinkedIn

    • Katie Parker

      Katie ParkerAssociate DirectorAssociate director of the Climate Agency. Katie has 25 years of marketing and sustainability experience, including L’Oreal, Diageo and McDonald’s. She was a management consultant with McKinsey and spent two years at the Cambridge Centre for Climate Repair, with a focus on CDR.LinkedIn

    • Guy Lomax

      Guy LomaxAdvisorGuy has spent the last decade studying promising climate change solutions. He has held research roles with Virgin, The Nature Conservancy and the University of Oxford, and is currently completing a PhD in Environmental Data Science at the University of Exeter.LinkedIn

    • Ivo Vlaev

      Ivo VlaevAdvisorIvo Vlaev is a Professor of Behavioural Science, Warwick Business School, University of Warwick. He received a DPhil (PhD) in Experimental Psychology from the University of Oxford. Ivo is a co-author of the famous UK Cabinet Office MINDSPACE report, which provides a framework for designing effective policy utilising behavioural sciences (also known as nudge theory) and helps public and private organisations develop and apply lessons from behavioural science.WBS

    • David Addison

      David AddisonAdvisorDavid Addison works at Virgin on a range of climate, environment, purpose, and sustainability efforts. For more than 12 years he has been working with and learning from others across academia, business, civil society, governments, and non profits on scalable, sustainable carbon removal. He also serves as an advisor to ClimateScience.org, Nori Inc., and a number of other initiatives. Previously David was also an advisor to initiatives including Carbon180 and the New York Times best-selling book: Drawdown.LinkedIn

    • Dipa Shah

      Dipa ShahAdvisorA Senior Finance Executive, Dipa has extensive and successful experience of raising funds for businesses as well as refinancing. She is currently head of Finance, Strategy & Transformation for a UK NGO and director of a consumer good startup.LinkedIn

    • Amanda Hamilton-Stanley

      Amanda StanleyAdvisorAs a General Counsel of a major international business, trustee of Charities and pensions boards as well as coach, Amanda Stanley brings a wealth of experience with a keen focus on compliance and ESG.LinkedIn

    • Myles Palmer

      Myles PalmerAdvisorMyles is a Creative Director and Associate lecturer with over ten years experience working with startups and businesses. He is passionate about how design & communication can shape the world around us for the better. He recently launched Pair Up, a platform for creatives to offer time in the spirit of learning.LinkedIn

Find out how we can help: from defining your core message, developing your influencing strategy, crafting your website, designing materials or building your thought-leadership campaign.

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Climate Communication is not working. Let's change this

Outside of the climate echo chamber, people are confused by the jargon and mind-bending complexity. For example, only 2% (2) of global charity giving goes to climate. This matters, climate start-ups need to persuade investors, customers and communities. We can help, making marketing techniques accessible and tailored to climate.Get in Touch

Greenland Fjords

This is Scoresby Sund. Greenland fjords receive considerable amounts of glacial meltwater discharge due to climate change.

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