Bella Lack is a campaigner for animal rights, wildlife conservation and environmental issues. She’s an ambassador for the Born Free Foundation and the Jane Goodall Foundation, has worked with the government in a bid to tackle poaching for ivory and works with the RSPCA. And she’s still just seventeen.
Bella’s next project is a mission to investigate and highlight the extent of her generation’s disconnection from the natural world, how different it was for previous generations, and what she thinks governments should do about it.
She’s just launched a Crowdfunder to finance a short documentary called Losing Wild, made with a film crew that includes cinematographer Andrew Berekdar and Matt Adam Williams. Bella says that the film will “act to inform, but also to persuade and hopefully impact the national narrative around how young people connect with the natural world.”
If you’d like to support Bella’s crowdfunder please go to Losing Wild – a short film and watch her promotional video below.