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Change Drivers


The stories of 5 people working on the front lines to solve the most dire problems society faces.

From plastic pollution to climate change, the five-part mini-series aims to tell the stories of those who are putting everything on the line to find solutions to some of our society's most dire problems and create lasting change.


Jorik Dozy & Stephane Ridard


Sean Lin & Alea Rahim



Andri Magnason

Meet Andri Magnason, an Icelandic author. His mission is to spread awareness about the urgency of protecting glaciers and is inspired by his grandparents' testimony to acknowledge that we know what is happening and understand what needs to be done. His books and plays have been published and performed in more than 40 languages. Magnason works with many art forms and genres, sometimes surprising his audience as he switches from poetry to children's literature, and science fiction to nonfiction.

Rachel Ikemeh

Meet Rachel Ikemeh, one of the most prominent conservationists in Nigeria. She has actively been in conservation for the past 15 years and has won a Whitley award in 2020 for her work in the extremely dangerous and challenging environment of the Niger Delta in southern Nigeria.

Its highly restricted habitat is plagued by a multitude of threats - deforestation due to logging and expanding farms, illegal bushmeat trade, pollution from the oil industry, and armed resistance by militant groups.

Rachel’s persistence in working in one of the most insecure regions in the world, building strong community relations, establishing a community conservancy and saving a Critically Endangered primate under these conditions is highly commendable and deserves recognition.

"Almost two decades ago, Nigeria still had most of its forests. But since then, we have lost over 90%. I am Rachel Ikemeh, I'm a conservationist In Nigeria. And I'm fighting for what we have left."

Rachel Ikemeh

Paul Hilton

Meet Paul Hilton, a prolific conservation photojournalist and wildlife crime consultant. Paul has spent the past twenty years traveling the globe documenting crimes against our planet, from the shark fin trade to illegal wildlife smuggling and the palm oil industry.

His mission: show the world what’s going with his powerful images from across the globe. He believes that people often don’t want to see images of animals suffering or nature being destroyed. But if we don’t see these pictures, how will we ever stop them from happening?

Paul has won the prestigious World Press Photo Award for his body of work on the Shark Fin Industry and was awarded Wildlife Photographer of the Year in 2012, 2014 and 2016.

"I’ve spent 20 years documenting wildlife crime and the destruction of our planet. And I have to ask myself, does every species have to be extinct before we wake up?"

Paul Hilton

Emily Penn

Meet Emily Penn, a skipper and ocean advocate dedicated to studying environmental challenges in the most remote parts of our planet. Emily and her team constantly test the water to determine how much plastic it contains, but also where this comes from and the chemical toxic pollution linked to plastic pollution. Her blood was tested for 35 chemicals banned by the UN and results showed 29 of these were present, which raises a flag. She founded the all-female NGO eXXpedition - a mission to help people understand the true ocean plastic and toxic pollution problem. The NGO runs pioneering all-female sailing research expeditions at sea and virtual voyages on land to investigate the causes of and solutions to ocean plastic pollution.