Martin Smedjeback has worked as a full-time peace, animal rights and climate activist and educator for the last twenty years. He is the chairperson of Save Movement Sweden. For the last eight years, he has been working with his crowd-funded project, A year for the animals. Recently he expanded his work to also include climate activism alongside his animal rights work. He holds presentations, facilitates workshops, does open rescues of animals, occasionally spends time in prison, campaigns for animal rights and the climate, takes photos, and shoots videos. He holds a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Lund in Sweden. See more here.
Shoulder to shoulder - how the struggle for climate and animals go together