Natasha joined Changing Markets in 2015 and has led campaigns on fish, pharma and fashion. She was formerly Climate Campaigner at the Environmental Investigation Agency, an international NGO with offices in London and Washington D.C, where she lobbied for a global phase-out of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) and campaigned to achieve stronger rules regulating fluorinated gases (‘F-gases’) at EU level.
Prior to that she coordinated a push to ban environmentally unsound carbon offsets from the EU Emissions Trading System for Carbon Market Watch (formerly CDM Watch) and spent five years in Belgium where she worked for the European Commission and in strategic communications and public affairs.
She spent her formative years in France and speaks French, Spanish and German with a smattering of Greek, Swedish, Italian and Dutch. She holds a first class degree in European Politics from the University of Leeds in the UK and a Master’s in EU Political Studies from the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. Alongside her role at Changing Markets she is a trustee for Somerset Wildlands, a game-changing new organisation creating space for nature through rewilding. She has a lifelong passion for food, people and the great outdoors.