Kamran is a qualified environmental professional with practical field and managerial experience in the sustainable development sector. He is a strong advocate of using faith-inspired approaches in promoting the message of environment and guiding behavioural change. Kamran is a grassroots environmental activist and social justice campaigner, he has worked with a diverse range of community and faith groups and has produced toolkits, practical guides and mobilised communities for climate action.
Kamran holds a Master’s degree in Environmental Sustainability (Strategy & Management), he has been awarded ‘Chartered Environmentalist’ status by the Society for the Environment and is a full member of the Institute for Environmental Management and Assessment. Kamran served on the Civil Society & Youth Advisory Council to the Presidency of COP26, he is an advisor to the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and has recently been appointed to the Multi-Faith Advisory Council to the United Nations Interagency Task Force on Religion and Sustainable Development (UN IATF).