Amy Munro-Faure read Zoology as an undergraduate at Cambridge where she developed a passion for conservation. She then spent some time in Malaysian Borneo with the Tropical Biology Association and later worked as a research assistant with the University of Exeter studying spotted bowerbirds in Queensland, Australia. On returning to the UK, Amy worked as an intern at ZSL on WWF’s Living Planet Index before doing a Masters at UCL in Biodiversity, Evolution and Conservation. Her PhD research at the University of Edinburgh focused on the evolution of cooperative behaviour in people. Amy currently coordinates the Living Lab for Sustainability for the University of Cambridge. This unique role allows her to connect research and practice within the University to reduce the University’s environmental impact.