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Tamsin Omond was born on 19 November, 1984 in British, is a British author, environmental activist and journalist.
|Age||36 years old|
|Born||19 November 1984|
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|Net Worth in 2020||$1 Million – $5 Million|
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Omond stood in the 2015 General Election in the constituency of East Ham for the Green Party of England and Wales. and came fourth, ahead of the Liberal Democrat candidate, having achieved 2.5% of the vote.
Omond stood as a candidate in the UK General Elections in 2010 (for the Commons party) and 2015 (for the Green Party).
Omond stood in the 2010 General election in the newly created Hampstead and Kilburn constituency. Omond created a new independent party, The Commons, and planned to engage young people in voting and promote sustainability in the local area. It was also praised by journalist Giles Coren. They received 123 votes (0.2% of total votes cast).
In 2009, Omond was included in the Sunday Times list of “Top 30 Power Players Under-30”.
In 2009, Omond published a book, Rush – The Making of a Climate Activist. Omond has written articles about Christianity, climate change and human rights. They have been published in the Church Times, The Ecologist, The Guardian, The Evening Standard and The Mail on Sunday.
In 2009 Omond was placed in the Sunday Times’s Top 30 Power Players Under-30. They were also placed in 56th place in the Independent on Sunday’s 2009 “Pink List”, a list of the 101 most influential gay men and women in Britain.
Omond originally campaigned as a member of the activist group Plane Stupid, although they have stated that Omond is no longer part of their group. Omond is a founding member of the activist group Climate Rush. They have organised a number of high-profile protests, including scaling the roof of the House of Commons to protest against aviation, for which they were arrested and bailed on the condition that they did not enter Parliament. In October 2008, they breached this condition by organising a 500-person “rush” on the Parliament of the United Kingdom. This led to them being re-arrested and threatened with imprisonment due to their breach of bail. Instead they were then bailed with a strengthening of their bail conditions to ban them from going within one kilometre of Parliament.
Tamsin Omond (born 19 November 1984) is a British author, environmental activist and journalist. Omond has campaigned for the government of the United Kingdom to take action to avoid man-made climate change.