Henry Evans

Principal  | Magnificent Ocean

Copenhagen, Denmark
Mobile +44 (0) 7807012256  |  henry@magoce.com

Henry Evans recently completed a Masters in Climate Change Science from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark and runs a science education business called Magnificent Ocean. The business delivers science education around the world, on a variety of topics such as sustainability, climate change, marine biology and exploration. He is currently preparing a PhD proposal centred on the communication of climate change, with a focus on museums and education.


Sarah Sutton, LEED-AP

Sustainability Consultant
Principal | Sustainable Museums

Tel: +1 978-505-4515    |  bmuse216@gmail.com

I am a sustainability consultant for museums, zoos, gardens, aquariums and historic sites (wherever they may be). I help them strategize and implement mitigation and resilience approaches, and conservation engagement with their community agencies and members. I am the founder of #MuseumsforParis, author of Environmental Sustainability at Historic Sites and Museums, and co-author of The Green Museum: A Primer on Environmental Practice.


We are always looking to expand our network of contacts who are interested in the intersections of museums and climate change. To join the Museums and Climate Change Network, please send your name, affiliation (if any), interests or current projects, and contact information to Jenny Newell. We look forward to collaborating with you.

Jenny Newell, jenny.newell@austmus.gov.au

Dr Jenny Newell

Manager, Pacific Collections, Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney NSW 2010  Australia

– Cultural impacts of climate change in the Pacific

-How museums can usefully intersect with the issue of climate change

-How museums can usefully collaborate with communities, especially Pacific communities in the diaspora