Learn about climate change science from our FameLab Climate Change Communicators

We’ve been on a mission to find the young voices all over the world who are helping to simplify climate change science for the rest of us. The FameLab Climate Change Communicators competition has given scientists a digital platform to speak about the science in a way that’s easy to understand for the rest of us.

Check out the video above to watch the online final in full, where audiences from all over the world tuned in on Tuesday 28 September 2021. 

The ten aspiring climate change communicators from Bangladesh, Brazil, India, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines and Vietnam educated, entertained and enthralled viewers with a three-minute talk linked to the theme ‘Trust in Climate Science’. Then, the virtual audience voted for their favourite entry! 

Our FameLab Communicators Winners

  • International Champion: Mexico representative, Danny Daniels, was crowned International Champion with his winning talk on the soil-enriching benefits of vermicast – aka, earthworm poop! Danny will now progress through to the FameLab International Online Final in November to compete against the national winners of FameLab competitions, from 22 countries.
  • Runner-ups: India’s Aditi Chandra and Brazil’s Emiliane Daher Pereira were awarded runner-up places while Minh Anh Le from Vietnam won the audience vote.

Watch the talks to be educated, entertained and enthralled by our climate action advocates from Brazil, Bangladesh, India, Mexico, Nepal, Philippines and Vietnam.

You can read more in this news article rounding up the Online Final and its outcomes.

Meet the finalists

  • Aditi Chandra, engineer and entrepreneur at Kay Bouvet Engineering, India 
  • Arka Chakraborty, student at Khulna University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh
  • Danny Joseph Daniels, CVO at Lombris, Mexico 
  • Emiliane Daher Pereira, researcher at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
  • John Leo Algo, Deputy Executive Director for Programs and Campaigns at Living Laudato Si' Philippines, Philippines 
  • Larissa Cunha Pinheiro, PhD student in Nuclear Engineering at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 
  • Mayur Bonkile, PhD student at Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, India
  • Minh Anh Le, research assistant at Institute of Health, Economics and Technology, Viet Nam
  • Navjeet Kaur, PhD student at University of Mumbai, India 
  • Pallavi Pokharel, a recent graduate of Kathmandu University, Nepal 

To find out more about the FameLab competition and hear from the judges, check out the Results show.

Congratulations to all the finalists and thank you to everyone who tuned in and voted. 

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