Hannah Griffith



Areas of expertise

  • Communicating climate information and climate science to a range of audiences to guide decision-making in developing countries.
  • The production and development of infographics to communicate climate information.


Current activities

Hannah is an applied climate scientist with a background in sustainable development, climate change and risk management. She is currently working on the Climate Risk Report projects which facilitate Met Office, ODI, and FCDO collaboration. The reports present a top-level regional overview of potential risks to development associated with climate and climate change, signposting to key issues and complexities.

Hannah is also the Communications and Outreach officer for the Met Office management team in the Climate Modelling User Group (CMUG) project which the European Space Agency (ESA) established to place a climate system perspective at the centre of its Climate Change Initiative (CCI) programme. The CMUG project is a consortium comprising several meterological offices across Europe.


Career background

Hannah joined the Met Office in September 2019 with a strong background in climate change science after obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Physical Geography and a MSc (Hons) in Sustainable Development (Climate Change and Risk Management) from the University of Exeter.