Recommended Reading

For this week’s blog we would like to share with you some recommended reading created by some of the speakers at Communicate, including articles, books and toolkits.

You can explore all speakers announced so far, along with the full Communicate 2020 programme by heading to www.communicate2020.org.uk


Hope in Hell – Jonathon Porritt

Jonathon is speaking at the session Hope in Hell: In conversation with Jonathon Porritt


The City At Eye Level edited by Rosa Danenberg, Vivian Doumpsa, Hans Karssenberg.

Contributions by Christine Lee and Leticia Lozano who are speaking at Connecting people in Cities


How covid-19 spawned a plastic pandemic – and what we can do about it – Adam Vaughan

Adam is speaking at the session In Conversation with Adam Vaughan


Bounce back, move forward A Greenprint for a better Britain is a list of 10 practical policy asks for government written by environmental charity Hubbub.

The Hubbub team will be speaking at the session A Roundtable with Hubbub


Lucy Lapwing’s Instagram

Lucy will be speaking during the session – An Instagrammers Tale


Communicate is an annual environmental communication conference bringing together a diverse group of delegates each year to develop their skills, share best practice and debate latest issues in science communication, nature conservation and engaging people with the natural world. 

Communicate 2020 will be held online between November 26-27, 2020. Passes can be purchased at www.communicate2020.org.uk