George Monbiot is a British writer and activist, known for his work on environmental and political issues. He writes for The Guardian and has authored several books. He is known for his environmental activism, particularly on climate change.
George Joshua Richard Monbiot is a British writer known for his environmental and political activism. Born on January 27, 1963, in London, England, he is a regular columnist for The Guardian and has authored several books. Monbiot studied zoology at the University of Oxford and began his career in investigative journalism. His first book, “Poisoned Arrows,” published in 1989, discussed human rights issues in West Papua. Over the years, he has been involved in activism and advocacy related to various issues, such as climate change, British politics, and loneliness. In his book “Feral” (2013), he discussed and endorsed the expansion of rewilding. He is the founder of The Land is Ours, a campaign for the right of access to the countryside and its resources in the United Kingdom. Monbiot was awarded the Global 500 in 1995 and the Orwell Prize in 2022.