A Level alumni named one to watch in 2022Published on: January 13, 2022
Net-zero champion and straight A student Amy Brazier has been selected as one of Portsmouth’s 22 to watch in ’22. The Bright Young Things list, complied by The News, celebrates local community trailblazers, youth MPs and fundraisers.
This year, 22 young people (all under 22 years old) made the list with Amy’s commitment to climate change being highlighted.
Amy is one of eight National Climate Change Commissioners for Further and Higher Education. As a Student Commissioner, Amy represents the student voice on the national stage, pushing colleges and universities across the UK to act on climate change and the race to zero emissions.
Amy also achieved outstanding academic success at Portsmouth College gaining A*, A*, A and a place on Oxford University’s prestigious Experimental Psychology degree programme.
The Bright Young Things star said:
“I am delighted to be recognised in this list. I am very grateful for all of the support that I have received whilst I have been working in my role as Student Climate Commissioner. I think that protecting the environment is extremely important and the role that schools, colleges and universities have to play in this is huge.”