Public Communications Manager
Naomi is based at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
She heads up the public engagement programme on climate change within the communications team.
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.
Hicks, N., Ward, B., and Lester, S. April 2013. Climate change in the National Curriculum in England: Submission to a consultation by the Department for Education. Policy paper, Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment, London, UK. External link to full report (PDF, 101KB)
What's Redd and will it help tackle climate change?
Murray Collins and Naomi Hicks, The Guardian, 19 December
Onshore wind energy: what are the pros and cons?
Samuela Bassi and Naomi Hicks, The Guardian, 25 September
What is the 'polluter pays' principle?
Bob Ward and Naomi Hicks, The Guardian, 2 July
Why do economists describe climate change as a 'market failure'?
Alex Bowen, Simon Dietz and Naomi Hicks, The Guardian, 21 May
Why does climate change get described as a 'stock-flow' problem?
Naomi Hicks and Simon Dietz, The Guardian, 20 February
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