When you see the youth taking action for change it gives you hope from the world. From Greta Thunberg ‘s action on climate change to now Elliot Connor’s work in animal conservation. We are blessed to have interviewed an up and coming conservation rockstar and hero, Elliot Connor. Elliot has already accomplished so much in his life and he is in store to make even more impacts around the globe for conservation.
You can learn more about Elliot and his Human Nature Projects by going HERE
Elliot is the founder and CEO of Human Nature Projects, an international environmental charity supporting volunteers across 104 countries. He is a TEDx speaker, author, podcast host and filmmaker with a goal of reframing our human relationship with nature. So he’s saving people and the planet at the tender age of 17.
To date, Elliot has been blessed with an abundance of life and near-death experiences: from giving flying lessons to owls and playing chicken with vultures to being stalked by a leopard in Botswana. But his message is simply that we must all strive to be better animals. ‘Human Nature’ is his philosophy for how we can achieve this.