Fleur Disney

Fleur Disney

Fleur Disney is a passionate advocate for climate justice, animal rights and community power - and she explores solutions to social and environmental issues as a writer (The Times, various industry magazines), filmmaker and hands-on activist. Fleur worked for Repowering as the Community Energy London officer, helping to co-ordinate a network of community energy practitioners and liaising closely with the GLA and other local authorities to ensure the successful delivery of the London Community Energy Fund. She is also a director of the award winning not-for-profit ReSpace Projects and has worked within the criminal justice system for ten years. Fleur has a First in Linguistics and a Distinction in her Energy and Environmental Change MA. She has travelled fairly extensively and has an in-depth understanding of the many issues of sustainability and ethical development which surround tourism, travel and conservation. She hates zoos but appreciates books, trees, skateboarding and travel opportunities.

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ReSpace empty buildings to give communities more opportunities

ReSpace empty buildings to give communities more opportunities

Award winning model for reusing empty buildings can be replicated across the country say judges