I have been a member of the Green Party since the middle of the 90s. I have my roots in the environmental movement (Friends of the Earth). I am the party spokesperson for the environment, climate and agriculture. Member of the Committee on Environment and Agriculture in the Parliament.
Teo Comet is 29 years young and has been doing Green activism and politics since 2005 with ViNO (Finnish Young Greens) and FYEG. From 2011 to 2014, he worked as Office Coordinator of CDN, FYEG's sister organisation in Eastern Europe.
Meyrem Almaci (born 25 February 1976, in Sint-Niklaas) is a Turkish-Belgian (double nationality) Flemish, politician and leader of the ecological party Groen since 2015. On 10 June 2007, she was elected into the Belgian Chamber of Representatives for the first time.
Isabella Lövin is a Swedish politician for the Green Party who has served as Minister for International Development Cooperation since 2014 and as spokesperson of the Green Party since 2016.
Amelia is the youngest deputy leader of any UK political party, and was elected aged 29 while still a member of the Young Greens. She is committed to youth engagement, and making young peoples’ voices heard both in politics and within the Green Party.
Sue is representing a group of dark green tenacious women in Australia who have been collaborating to bring this WELA program to gutsy women working in Australian politics and the environment movement.
Mariana Perin is a Green activist from the Brazilian Green Party. She contributes to youth feminist collectives in Brazil. Her activism involves human rights, in particular, the struggle for women's’ rights and female empowerment.
Daniel is PhD researcher at the University of Kent, UK, with a focus on expert influence on public finance and fiscal policymaking. He recently supported the political work of the EGP in Brussels.
Catherine is Tax Justice Campaigner for the Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament and was previously working as policy advisor for Oxfam and in the Brussels office of the Red Cross.
James Mackenzie is the political lead on Have You Got the Bottle?, the NGO-led campaign for a container deposit scheme in Scotland, set up by the Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland.