Greenspeakers are experienced, trained volunteers throughout the UK who are available to give talks and presentations about Greenpeace – our history, what we do, why we do it, how we do it and how you can help.
Greenspeakers are not scientific experts, but passionate people with years of experience of campaigning for a green and peaceful world. They would very much like to share those stories and experiences with you, so if you are organising an event, and would like to request a speaker then please get in touch.
In addition to the ‘general’ Greenpeace presentation Greenspeakers are also equipped to talk about specific areas Greenpeace campaigns on such as oceans, forests and air pollution.
So if you are part of a group, school, college, or organisation that would like to learn more about Greenpeace or our current campaign, then please request a talk from your nearest Greenspeaker by clicking on his / her profile page below*.
- Sally Romilly – Fife
South West England
- Liz Stanton – Lancashire
East of England
- Mark Crutchley – Norfolk
There are currently no Greenspeakers covering Yorkshire but we’re in the process of recruiting new speakers in spring 2018.
- Pete Robinson – Worcestershire
- Cath Sutherland – Nottingham
*Greenspeakers will generally travel up to an hour from these locations – so please consider inviting a speaker from a neighbouring area – especially if you’re looking for a speaker in London.
If you’re interested in becoming a Greenspeaker in 2018, applications are now open. Please have a read of the role description and fill out the brief application form. If you have any questions or would like to become a Greenspeaker please email Ed Fuller in the Outreach team at Ed.Fuller@greenpeace.org.