Categories: Environment, Fashion, Vegan
Dominique Palmer is a Climate Justice Activist, Storyteller, Writer, content creator and Speaker based in the U.K.
She has spoken on world stages about climate justice and her activism, at events such as COP26, NY Times Hub hosted by Emma Watson alongside Malala and Greta Thunberg, the UN Women CWS66 Youth Forum, at the O2 with Billie Eilish, CultureCop in Egypt alongside Mary Robinson, at COP25 with the Indigenous Pavillion, and TEDxCountdown with Climate Reality. She was named in Forbes 2020 Top U.K Environmentalists List for her work, and has featured in the recent Guardian film, DAZED, British Vogue, New York Times, BBC, and many more.
Harnessing the creative power of the arts to communicate climate issues, and finding joy through uniting, is a passion of hers. Palmer is a coordinator in Climate Live, a global youth-led concerts harnessing the power of music to engage, educate and empower. She has hosted a panel at Overheated with Billie Eilish at the O2, recorded a song for earth day with Swedish grammi winning artist Titiyo, and delivered a workshop with Live Out for the Grammy Museum.
She is in UN Women’s Feminist Action Coalition for Climate Justice with Fridays for Future MAPA , and a contributor in the co-development of the Global Youth Recommendations: Youth, Gender, and Climate Change. Additionally, she is a Contributing Climate Justice editor with @feminist on Instagram and author for Shado Mag.
She is passionate about sustainable fashion, and veganism. She has walked Kornit fashion week show with Anyango Mpinga, and has modeled for brands environmental campaigns including Pangaia and Kurt Geiger.
Dominique has also consulted funders, brands and companies on engaging Gen Z, and sustainability, as well as delivered workshops on topics ranging from Eco-Anxiety, to sustainable practices.