Help your sustainability initiatives flourish with Joycelyn Longdon, Optimistic Sustainability Expert, Critical Conversations Facilitator and Sky News Contributor.
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Sustainability and the Environment
How various emerging technologies are offering optimism in the struggle to be sustainable and tackle global warming
How climate change, often a result of colonial practices, disproportionately affects those in developing nations
Joycelyn Longdon | Speaker Biography
Joycelyn Longdon, a PhD student at Cambridge University and an environmental activist-academic, specialises in interdisciplinary research that merges machine learning, ecoacoustics, forest ecology, and local ecological knowledge. She founded climateincolour, an online education platform and community aimed at making climate conversations more accessible and diverse. The platform, with over 30,000 members, serves as a hub for critical discussions, where Joycelyn adds hope and clarity to environmental topics.She has collaborated with major organisations like Meta, Estee Lauder, Samsung, and Greenpeace. As a climate columnist for the award-winning media company gal-dem and a regular contributor on the Sky News Daily Climate Show, Joycelyn offers insightful perspectives on climate issues.As a speaker, she explores how emerging technologies can aid sustainability and address global warming. Her talks also cover ecological injustice, highlighting how climate change disproportionately impacts developing nations. Joycelyn's background in design and creativity allows her to present practical solutions to pressing environmental challenges. She is known for her authoritative and passionate style as a host or facilitator, with extensive knowledge in technology and sustainability.