An ex-Bath schoolgirl has been awarded an MBE by King Charles III for her work on climate change.
Camilla Born (pictured with the King) attended Hayesfield School in the city before reading Geography at Edinburgh University.
The daughter of Alison Born of Widcombe was awarded an MBE for her work on climate change in the Queen’s Jubilee honours, and received her award at Windsor Castle on St valentine’s Day.
Her work was recognised for her work with Alok Sharma the CoP 26 President and she continues to work in the field working on climate finance and investment. Camilla is also chair of an Oxford based charity, Climate Outreach.
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