Founder of City to Sea, the anti-plastic pollution organisation
Author of 'How to Save the World For Free'
Winner of the Sunday Times Volvo VIsionary Award
“Natalie has spoken to our clients across Europe and beyond, and regardless of the audience she never fails to captivate and inspire. Her style is engaging and empowering, encouraging her audience to own the problem and make changes in their own lives. Natalie is an exceptional speaker and her subject matter is essential.”
Natalie Fee is a writer, author, entrepreneur and environmental campaigner. She founded City to Sea, a not for profit organisation that runs campaigns to stop plastic pollution.
Natalie has won several awards for her work on climate change and environmental damage. In 2019 she won the Sunday Times Volvo Visionairies Award, and in 2018 The Observer she was named as one of the UK’s ’50 New Radicals’.
The University of the West of England awarded Natalie an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science in recognition of her environmental work. She also won the SHeila McKechnie Award in 2017 for City to Sea’s #SwitchtheStick campaign and was also named Bristol 24/7’s Woman of the Year for 2018.
Natalie is a frequent contributor to Time Out magazine, and sits on the Bristol Advisory Committee for Climate Change. Her book ‘How to save the world for free‘ was released in 2019 and explores different simple ways that we can all help to save the planet without entirely turning our lives upside down.
Natalie Fee is available to speak on a variety of topics including:
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