Alannah Wrynn is a seventeen year old activist, and 5th year student from Dunmanway, West Cork. Growing up on a farm, the natural world has always played an important role in her life. She is an active member of Fridays for Future Cork where she has campaigned for a just transition to more sustainable methods of food production and protection of Ireland’s biodiversity. She serves as Chairperson of Cork County Comhairle na nÓg (Youth Council) who are currently working on the topic of Gender Equality, and is a delegate of the Irish National Youth Assembly. She has also worked with the YMCA as part of the ‘Future Generations Climate Justice Project’, which works to capture youth voices and educate on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.