Martin Branowski is an activist, writer, and political strategist. He is the National Field Director for BCA, and the Head of Outreach for Students for Liberty UK. He worked with many organizations in the UK and internationally, including the GOP in the US and Noble Box Charity in Poland, with over 5 years of experience in working with NGO's. In his work, he aims to engage his experience, skills, and connections to build a better future for the next generations.
In his youth, Martin used to spend his holidays in the mountains with his family, hiking and admiring nature, developing in him a sense of connection with the environment. His dream is for his kids and grandkids to be able to enjoy the wonders of nature just as he did as a kid. Over the years preservation and regeneration of the environment had grown in importance for him, becoming the main goals in his political work. Martin is optimistic about the future. He believes that human ingenuity and need for survival will overcome the environmental problems humanity is struggling with, and that as a whole we will make the necessary steps to make this world a better place to live. As the National Field Director at the British Conservation Alliance, it is his goal to help spread the free-market approach to environmentalism, so that each person can decide for themselves how they want to contribute. He strongly believes that only through this voluntary effort we will reach a level of commitment and efficiency that is necessary for our grandkids to be able to see the US east coast without having to go underwater.
Lauren, 21, has recently graduated from the University of Manchester with a degree in Politics and Modern History. Since graduating she has returned home to Wales, where she is currently working on a campaign to elect the first female Conservative MP for Wales. Growing up in Wales, Lauren has developed a passion for the outdoors and is a strong advocate of protecting our nation’s precious and beautiful green spaces for future generations to enjoy.