Naomi joined the Grantham Research Institute in June 2011 and headed up the Institute’s public communications programme up until October 2014. Naomi went on to work for consulting firm ClimateCare.
Naomi has a background in environment and development. Prior to joining the Institute, Naomi was a Project Director at social change communications consultancy Forster, where she led a range of NGO, government and private sector campaigns, research and strategic consultancy projects.
She has also completed a number of international work placements, including a research placement at a leading coastal management centre in Australia and at the United Nations Environment Programme in Washington DC.
Naomi holds a masters with distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in Population and Development, and a first class Geography degree from the University of Southampton. She is an accredited member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.
Policy - 2013
The Fifth Assessment Report of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) is the most comprehensive assessment of the physical... Read more
Briefing note This briefing note summarises the report-writing process for the IPCC assessment reports, ahead of the launch of the... Read more
Submission begins with a summary of the importance of public understanding of climate change, before considering some of the latest... Read more
Headline issue This paper responds to a Department of Education consultation on proposed reforms to the National Curriculum in England... Read more
News - 2014
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This week the European Commission unveiled its proposed package of energy and climate policies up to 2030, with the aim... Read more
News - 2013
Last week saw the closure of the consultation on the Government’s planned changes to the National Curriculum for pupils aged under 14... Read more
Once again, it’s been a busy couple of weeks in the national headlines for wind farms, with both the Daily Mail and The... Read more
On 26 January, Institute members Sam Fankhauser and Naomi Hicks will be joining a number of environment experts at the... Read more