Oliver Burch is a sustainability consultant at Radley Yeldar where he works on sustainability communications strategy and brand purpose across advertising, PR, and digital channels. He has a particular focus on reframing sustainability issues and concepts to be engaging for consumer audiences.
Since studying behavioral biology and psychology at university Oliver has been fascinated with psychology and behavior change theory and applies it to all of his work.
Before joining Radley Yeldar Oliver spent five years at OgilvyEarth and he has held sustainability related roles at PR agencies, press offices and as a freelance writer.
He has worked for leading brands including Unilever, Nestlé, Volvo, IKEA, and INGOs like the UN Climate Change Secretariat around COPs 19-21, and the World Business Council for Sustainable Development. This work has included making issues like lab grown meat, electric mobility, sustainable farming, climate change, and sustainable development accessible and engaging for consumer and B2B audiences.
Oliver has a BS in Behavioral and Environmental Biology and an MS in Environmental Technology.