Natalie Fée is an award-winning environmentalist, author of How to Save the World for Free, speaker and founder of City to Sea, a Bristol-based organisation running campaigns to stop plastic pollution at source. Natalie set up City to Sea in 2015 and it's gone on to become one of the city's leading environmental organisations combatting plastic pollution at a global level, through award-winning campaigns such as Refill and Rethink Periods. She's a regular plastic pollution expert on BBC, ITV and Sky News.
In 2019 Natalie won the Sunday Times Volvo Visionaries Award for her campaign work with City to Sea, and in 2018 she was listed as one of The Observer and Nesta's UK’s ‘50 New Radicals’. In the same year the University of the West of England awarded her the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Science in recognition of her services to the environment.
She won the Sheila McKechnie Award for Environmental Justice in 2017 for City to Sea’s #SwitchtheStick campaign and is proud to have been named Bristol 24/7’s Woman of the Year for 2018.
Natalie also sits on the Bristol Advisory Committee for Climate Change.