Greenhouse Pioneer: Fi Radford
This Saturday, 8 September, thousands of people will take to the streets of San Francisco in the largest climate march the West Coast has ever seen. Part of a global day of action being marked in cities and towns across the world, the Rise for Climate march is timed to send a powerful message to the elected leaders gathering in California for the Global Climate Action Summit. We spoke to Fi Radford, environmental activist and organiser of the Rise for Climate rally here in Bristol, who told us what drives her and why she believes it’s up to students and pensioners to fight for climate justice.
- Tell us, in 20 words or fewer, about the Rise for Climate movement – what’s its mission?
- What drives you?
- What is your greatest achievement to date?
- What are the challenges you face?
- What are you working on that's getting you fired up and excited?
- Where do you want to take the Bristol Environmental Activists next?
- What can we, as individuals, do to make a difference?
- How is what you are doing inspiring change in others?
- Can you recommend a life- or game-changing book for our readers?
- What do you listen to when you're cooking dinner?
- What's the best advice you've ever been given?
- Can you leave us with who'd be your Eco Hero?