About Us


Climate Sense is a business with global reach. It brings together key individuals who have successful track records in tackling organisational resilience to a changing and uncertain future climate. Its service enables new routes to longer term success and identifies barriers to taking effective action to adapt to a changing climate.

Climate Sense is also the first consultancy to specialise in supporting the development and adoption of climate change adaptation standards. Our purpose is to enable your organisation to thrive in a changing climate through the application of standards and guidance relevant to you and your specific needs.

Our team are pioneers in the development of climate change standards at international, regional, national, industry and organisational levels. We are at the heart of international networks of climate adaptation practitioners and standards’ developers.

We have intimate knowledge of the value, content, and evolution of climate change adaptation standards and therefore have an in-depth knowledge of how best to deliver them.

Our processes support partners at pace and scale.

Our values

The Climate Sense team share a common passion for pragmatic action that supports more effective ways of delivering long term sustainability challenges.

We have a common ethic and belief in the need and capacity of people to change and thrive in a world of finite resources. We gather like-minded people around us with the range of strengths and experience to act on that passion to the benefit of our partners.

Climate Sense aims to create a global community of practice through a network of practitioners, our partners and clients.

KATE LONSDALE DIRECTOR
DOOGIE BLACK DIRECTOR
JOHN DORA DIRECTOR, TECHNICAL LEAD
GRACE SANDELS SENIOR CONSULTANT
ALASTAIR SANDELS MANAGING DIRECTOR
NICK PYATT DIRECTOR
TIM REEDER SENIOR CONSULTANT
IAIN FULLERLOVE IT DIRECTOR
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