Amy Mount

Head of Greener UK Unit at Green Alliance


Amy joined Green Alliance in 2014 to work on low carbon energy policy. Before starting work at Green Alliance, she was a Mellon Fellow at Yale University, graduating with an MA in Global Affairs and a Masters in Environmental Management. Her thesis focused on the politics of oil drilling in Alaska’s Arctic Ocean.

Previously, Amy worked at the Futerra Sustainability Communications, the Royal Geographical Society, and Cambridge University Geography Department, and she completed internships at Greenpeace and E3G. She also volunteered extensively with the UK Youth Climate Coalition, attending the UN climate negotiations as a youth delegate and then leading UKYCC’s coalition-building and political advocacy. She holds a BA in Geography from Cambridge University.

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