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Mya-Rose Craig

Mya-Rose Craig is a 15-year-old young British Bangladeshi birder, naturalist, conservationist, environmentalist, activist, writer and speaker. She is based near Bristol and writes the successful Birdgirl Blog, with posts about birding and conservation from around the world. In 2015, she was a Bristol European Green Capital Ambassador along with Kevin McCloud, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Tony Juniper, Simon King, Miranda Krestovnikoff and Shaun the Sheep. She has also been listed with the singer-songwriter George Ezra and actress Maisie Williams as one of Bristol’s most influential young people. She is an Ambassador for World Shorebirds Day, See It Her Way and a Charter Champion for The Charter for Woods, Trees and People. She organised a conference, Race Equality in Nature, in June 2016 aiming to increase the ethnic diversity in nature and plans to run her third Camp Avalon camp in 2017. She has also set up Black2Nature with the aim of working with organisations to increase the access to nature of Black Asian Minority Ethnic people. She has been awarded the Bath and West Show Environmental Youth Award 2017 for Bristol for her Black2Nature work EYA 2017.

Events featuring this speaker

The Challenge of Inclusive Transformation: Towards a Sustainable City

Asher Craig, Mya-Rose Craig, George Ferguson, Jasmine Ketibuah-Foley, Caroline Lucas MP, Zakiya McKenzie, Rich Pancost, Wolfgang Teubner, Ian Townsend, Sarah Toy

In this workshop the vital role of inclusion in bringing about the transition to a sustainable city is explored. How do we build trust and achieve inclusivity? And how do we do so in a way that helps us become more radical and transformative?

FREE View event
19 October 2017 6:00pm - 8:00pm Hamilton House

Sustainability and the Future of Cities

Mya-Rose Craig, Caroline Lucas MP, George Monbiot, Papa Omotayo, Rich Pancost

How do we create sustainable cities? How do we make sure that sustainability involves all? And how do we do this for all generations? Our panel explores what works well and what needs to be done.

£9.00£6.50 View event
19 October 2017 3:30pm - 5:00pm Watershed