Joycelyn Longdon is an environmental academic activist and the founder of ClimateInColour, an online education platform and community for the climate curious. As a speaker, Joycelyn demonstrates how various emerging technologies are offering optimism in the struggle to be sustainable and tackle global warming. She also delivers talks on ecological injustice explaining how climate change, often a result of colonial practices, disproportionately affects those in developing nations.
About Joycelyn Longdon
Joycelyn Longdon draws on her background in design and creativity to deliver speeches that offer practical solutions to the biggest problems facing us all. As a host or facilitator, Jocelyn is authoritative and passionate with a comprehensive knowledge of the key figures and debates in the fields of both technology and sustainability.
Joycelyn Longdon is a Cambridge University PhD researcher whose research takes an interdisciplinary approach, combining machine learning, bioacoustics, forest ecology, local ecological knowledge and sociology to investigate the role of technology in forest conservation.
Since April 2020 when Joycelyn founded ClimateInColour, the platform has grown to a community of over 30k conscious and curious individuals and has collaborated with a wide range of committed organisations including Meta (previously Facebook), Estee Lauder, Samsung and Greenpeace.
Furthermore, Joycelyn is now the climate columnist at award-winning media company Gal-Dem and is a regular climate contributor on the Sky News daily climate show.
- Ecological Injustice
- Sustainability and technology