Clover Hogan

Clover Hogan is a speaker, climate activist and the founding Executive Director of Force of Nature - the youth non-profit turning climate anxiety into action.

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Clover Hogan

Clover has worked alongside the world’s leading authorities on sustainability, consulted within the boardrooms of Fortune 50 companies, and counselled heads of state.

She has also taken the stage with global change-makers such as Jane Goodall and Vandana Shiva, and interviewed the 14th Dalai Lama. Her TED talk, 'What to do when climate change feels unstoppable', has been viewed 2 million times. At 22 she was recognised on the Forbes 30 Under 30 list, and has featured in outlets including The Guardian, the BBC, the New York Times, the FT, and Vogue.

At 19, she founded Force of Nature. The now 12-person team has led global research on climate anxiety, and delivered programmes to young people in 50+ countries to help them take action. They work with businesses, policy-makers and educators to place young people at the heart of decisions affecting their future.

Clover is also host of the Force of Nature podcast. Season 2, We need to talk about eco-anxiety, explores the intersection of youth mental health and the climate crisis: from food, to fashion, and the role of media in driving climate doomism.

At 16, Clover was lobbying decision-makers at COP21 in Paris when she realised that the threat greater even than climate change was the feeling of powerlessness in the face of it. She made it her mission to mobilise mindsets.

After graduating from the Green School in Indonesia, Clover worked at headline-grabbing startup Impossible Foods and consulted multinationals at sustainability consultancy Volans, before launching Force of Nature in 2019.

Now with over 100 volunteers, they are inspiring a movement of people — from students to CEOs — to step up rather than shut down in the face of the climate crisis. They do this through programmes, consulting and campaigns that empower the next generation of leaders.

Speaking topics include :

Eco-anxiety and mental wellbeing (Eco-anxiety to action:what to do when climate change feels unstoppable)

Youth activism, incl. how Gen Z attitudes are changing companies (Empowering the next generation of climate leaders) or (Why Gen Z are leading the movement of "Conscious Quitting")

The role of business (From 'do less harm' to 'do more good':how businesses must transform to solve the climate crisis)