Hannah Belok Can you tell us about your background? I’m a fourth year Masters student studying Mathematics at the University of Oxford. It was through the Oxford Climate Society that I first became inspired to take action on climate change, having attended their fantastic 8-week School of Climate Change educational programme (which is open to the public!). My approach to climate activism aims to be intersectional, as I firmly believe that we cannot have climate justice without social justice. What drew you to work with Aspire? This core principle is part of what drew me to work with Aspire on this project; their focus on supporting disadvantaged communities and increasing representation in the climate movement is incredibly important to me. Community-based action is key in solutions to the climate crisis, and I am delighted to be a part of that through my role as a Community Champion.