Elizabeth Sprout • Banks and Biodiversity Policy Campaigner

Elizabeth Sprout

Elizabeth Sprout

Liza Sprout is a Policy Campaigner for the Banks and Biodiversity campaign at Friends of the Earth, where she is working to end financing to harmful projects located in highly biodiverse and critical ecosystems, including areas which have not received free, prior and informed consent from Indigenous and local communities. Liza holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Policy from the London School of Economics and a BA in Policy Studies from Syracuse University.

Prior to her start at FOE, Liza conducted research on agricultural adaptation for UNFCCC’s latest IPCC report, international youth-led climate movements for COP26,  and the gendered differences in access to climate information for the Grantham Research Institute. Her passions for environmental justice, pluralistic valuing of nature, and bottom-up climate solutions are central to her work at FOE. Liza is also passionate about backpacking, learning new languages, and her morning coffee and jazz routine.

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