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Lindsey Coffey is known for her commitment in various campaigns, speaking engagements, and environmental initiatives aimed at promoting sustainability and advocating for global conservation. Coffey is a public speaker, Climate Reality Leader, and World Wildlife Fund Ambassador. She is a lobbyist on Capitol Hill for conservation and conducts panel discussions, climate summits, interviews, and presentations working with organizations such as the United Nations, ActNow, Greenpeace, The Humane Society, Earth Day Network, Keep America BeautifulFood for Life Global, Beauties for a CauseAmerica Talks, and the Listen First Coalition.


Coffey continues her work as a Remake Fellow and advocates for sustainable fashion and fair-wage for garment workers through social campaigns, demonstrations, and by encouraging legislative reform in the United States as well as abroad.  As a former presenter at the American Image Awards, she uses her platform to highlight green innovations, ethical manufacturing, as well as social harm and environmental damages within the industry. As a speaker at Parsons School of Design and Marist College, she believes educating our future designers will forge a new era into green and ethical fashion.

In recognition of her environmental activism, Coffey was named one of the “Top 10 Most Influential Titleholders” of Miss Earth, an international environmental competition where she ranked number one amongst 82 countries, and became the first American to win the title in 2020. As a former titleholder, Coffey continues to travel worldwide raising awareness about global environmental affairs and solutions toward sustainability, 

Coffey is involved in grassroots movements, as well as international campaigns that aim to address environmental issues at a systemic level. Her efforts focus on a variety of areas including climate justice, environmental preservation, inequality within climate change, the water crisis, pollution, and biodiversity loss, all of which are discussed in her educational vlog, EcoEd: The Series, on YouTube. As a firm believer in climate education, Coffey uses her platform to educate about the importance of preservation and the impact of climate change on the planet.

Through her activism Coffey demonstrates a deep understanding of the complex challenges facing our planet, as well as a strong commitment to finding solutions that are both effective and sustainable. Her work serves as an inspiration to many and highlights the important role that individuals can play in creating positive change for the planet.

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“Education leads to awareness which fosters change. When you’re aware of the downfalls of humanity you realize the need to adjust, to redefine, and to reform. Ignorance is not always bliss when that naivety harbors destruction. ”​

“By focusing on climate justice, we can create change in every aspect of life, touching all ecosystems. Climate justice speaks on many levels. It represents taking action on preserving Mother Earth, stabilizing the future of humanity, and securing equality within gender, race, the economy and socio-economic status, as well as between countries.”

“Inequality within climate change stems from socio-economic status, gender, minority groups and geographical location. We see these effects within air quality, rising sea levels, warmer climate, habitat destruction, and within the quality and availability of our water.”

“As the water crisis is not just a human issue, our demands on water sources such as lakes, rivers, and streams cause drastic harm to ecosystems. Overuse, increase of demand, pollution, poor management, lack of infrastructure, and changes in weather patterns due to global warming are all key factors that affect the availability of fresh water. According to World Wildlife, because of these stressors, by 2025, two-thirds of the world’s population may face water shortages, which will cause humanity and entire ecosystems to suffer. Some viable solutions are to implement desalination plants, harvest rainwater, restore our ecosystems, and as large amounts of waste water comes from agriculture, turn to contour farming. There are always solutions, and it is our choice if we continue to be a part of the problem.”

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Lindsey's expertise is in the following areas:

  • environmental impact
  • climate change
  • climate justice
  • global conservation
  • wildlife preservation
  • biodiversity loss
  • renewable energy
  • water scarcity
  • carbon offsets 
  • racial & gender inequality within climate change.
  • sustainable design
  • ocean conservation
  • ecological restoration
  • green tech
  • recycling 
  • mental health 
  • emotional intelligence 
  • plant therapy 
  • healthy lifestyle

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