Gabrielle Walker is a strategist, speaker, broadcaster and writer—with a focus on sustainability, energy, natural history and climate change. She works at boardroom-level with global companies, gives keynote addresses to both corporate and literary audiences and moderates panels and debates.
She has presented many TV and radio programmes for the BBC, and has appeared as a contributing expert on climate change, earth science and natural history in radio and TV programmes around the world. She has been Climate Change Editor at Nature and Features Editor at New Scientist and has written for many international newspapers and magazines.
Gabrielle is author of four non-fiction books exploring humans’ relationship with nature. She has a PhD from Cambridge University and has taught at both Cambridge and Princeton Universities.
A self-confessed “ice addict” she has made more than a dozen trips to both poles. She has also climbed trees in the Amazon rainforest, swum with piranhas, been sneezed on by a humpback whale and flown in zero gravity.