Ellen Miles


20th March 2022

Inside the campaign for nature to be recognised a human right

Nature is a Human Right, a manifesto for equal access to green spaces, brings together world-leading activists, scientists, artists and writers in a call for radical change. We spoke to the anthology’s editor, and founder of the movement on which it’s based, Ellen Miles, about why – and how – contact with nature should be recognised as a human right.

You can buy a copy of Nature is a Human Right here.


Ellen Miles

Ellen Miles

Ellen Miles is an environmental justice activist and writer from London. She founded the Nature is a Human Right campaign and edited the recently released anthology of the same name. In her spare time, she's a guerrilla gardener, organising local action with her social enterprise, Dream Green.