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Lucia Grenna (1965 – 15 June 2017) was an Italian environmentalist, best known as the head of Connect4Climate, the unit specializing in Communication for Climate Change at the World Bank Group’s Global Engagement division. Born in Rieti, Grenna joined the World Bank in 1998. She created Connect4Climate in 2011, to work for effective and engaging climate change communications. The initiative has since grown into a major global partnership of concerned individuals and committed organizations.
In 2006, Grenna was the task manager for the First World Congress on Communication for Development (WCCD, Rome 2006) that brought together for the first time more than 800 communication professionals engaged in development initiatives, policy- and decision-making, NGOs, community representatives, and academics from around the world to discuss how to mainstream development communication into development policies and practice.
Lucia Grenna was the author of several articles and publications on communication for development. Prior to joining the World Bank, Grenna worked as a journalist in print and electronic media and produced hundreds of interviews on issues related to economic and social development. She worked in production and marketing of movies and documentaries and was a team member of the World Bank/CNN Millennial campaign.
On June 15, 2017, the Connect4Climate website announced the passing of its founder and leading light, Lucia Grenna. "We remember her for her leadership and extraordinary ability to motivate people to take on some of the greatest challenges of our time, not least climate change," states the Connect4Climate team on the Connect4Climate's official website.
With her experience in development communication, Lucia realized that communication for climate action would be key to advancing the climate movement. She made it her mission to build a social movement for climate action by raising awareness of the impact of climate change and promoting the solutions for addressing it. She worked with partners across the globe to reach the greatest audience possible, especially young people.
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