Communicating Sustainability

Rethinking Climate is a youth-led nonprofit that tries to open conversations about complex and overlooked climate issues to make them more personal, accessible, and inclusive through research, interviews, and direct engagement and activities. This is about HOW we talk about sustainability and its narrative.

Promote clarity and encourage (eco)citizenship – responsibility and good relative both to humans and other entities


special section on cop27

On climate & law: a podcast in cooperation with youth & Environment Europe (and legal seeds)

On climate and law, a podcast to discuss the legal sphere to implement stronger policies in fighting climate change with a resulting collaboration between Rethinking Climate and Youth and Environment Europe to promote clarity on this topic.

Discover the first episodes and stay tuned for the next ones!

school of sustainability

The School of Sustainability (SoS) is a pre-bachelor, action-based vocational education course focused on building skills that can be professionally applied toward efficient climate knowledge and action. It is the result of the collective work of three youth-led organizations: ISEC, TNGO, and Rethinking Climate.


For effective action, we need
experienced communicators

It was Science Magazine that analyzed how being an effective communicator should not be taken for granted. It takes more than a course, seminars, or workshops to train anyone – yes, even scientists – to become effective communicators. This does not mean their message is wrong – just a note for climate deniers – but it means that not always does their message get through. Why?

complex and global

Speaking about sustainability and climate change is complex. The topic is complex. It presents a lot of data that looks also at a global perspective. Some issues far from us can make us feel detached.


Climate change is a topic that impacts many areas of our lives. Also, some which we cannot control, others in which we can.


News on the TV, articles everywhere, advertisements, information online…it seems the whole world woke up just a few years ago suddenly deciding they cared about sustainability. While this is a positive step, it can make us feel overwhelmed.

What can we do?

ask questions towards intellectual honesty

When the say goes that there aren’t any “stupid” questions, that is true! Maybe incorrect ones, but questions exist to help us learn. If we ask, we are curious.

With a similar philosophy, we carry out focused interviews with experts from various fields related to the climate crisis: politicians, (local, regional, international) scientists, journalists, climate activists, academics, and others.


We organize workshops, events, and collaborate with multiple communication platforms.

Our mission is to make the climate narrative more inclusive.


In collaboration with experts from different fields, we carry our research on the climate narrative and facilitating climate action.

You can join and support our mission!

Are you interested in joining our cause or would like to support our team? You can do so!