Consultant / Lawyer / Author
Author of Dwellbeing – Finding Home in the City
Claire Bradbury has lived in the metropolis for much of her life, so she understands what it takes to find home in the city, whether in sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, the US or the UK.
With a background in law and international development, she has devoted her career to tackling critical sustainability challenges across the globe.
She has worked with some of the world’s leading thinkers and organisations, including the Household of His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, developing sustainable food and agriculture, urban regeneration and social cohesion programmes. Claire has emerged as a thought leader on wellbeing in cities and is also a certified personal trainer, and co-founder and trustee of the Active Pregnancy Foundation.
Passionate about the transformative power of the wilderness, both in and outside of the city, she is a keen adventurer and can often be found exploring the urban jungle or climbing mountains in some of the most remote parts
Wellbeing and Sustainable Futures for UK Cities:
1) The Quality-of-Life epiphany
Implications for corporate culture, productivity and net zero futures.
2) Health & Wealth
Making sense of the link between net zero carbon pathways, wellbeing and commercial value.
3) Small actions, big impact
Happiness & wellbeing in the post-pandemic city.
Dwellbeing – Finding Home in the City
(Published by Flint, September 2021)