Currently studying Natural Sciences at Pembroke College, Cambridge, James is an emerging leader in conservation and environmental policy. An aspiring nature presenter and filmmaker, James has put his passion for a greener planet into action by helping to engage others in the protection of biodiversity. As part of the Youth Land Trust, he organised the Concert for Conservation, and led the Climate Change Clock in Glasgow as part of COP 26 in November 2021. James attended COP 26 as a delegate with UNICEF and was a panellist at the State of the Earth Question Time event. His blog ‘Knee Deep in Nature’ gives more insight into his work as a youth climate activist and changemaker.