Adrian Philip Ramsay was born on 1981 and is a British politician and co-leader of the Green Party of England and Wales alongside Carla Denyer since 1 October 2021.
15 Facts About Adrian Ramsay
Adrian Ramsay was previously the deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales from 2008 to 2012.
Adrian Ramsay served as a Norwich City Councillor from 2003 to 2011.
Adrian Ramsay worked as chief executive of the Centre for Alternative Technology from 2014 to 2019 and from 2019 has been CEO of MCS Charitable Foundation.
Adrian Ramsay studied as an undergraduate at the University of East Anglia, where he gained a first class honours degree in politics.
Adrian Ramsay went on to study for a master's degree.
Adrian Ramsay stood as parliamentary candidate in the Norwich South constituency in the 2005 general election.
Adrian Ramsay stood for Norwich South again in the 2010 general election.
Adrian Ramsay co-organised Lucas's campaign in Brighton Pavilion which saw her elected as the UK's first Green Member of Parliament.
Adrian Ramsay was elected unopposed as the first deputy leader of the Green Party of England and Wales on 5 September 2008.
Adrian Ramsay was speculated as a possible successor to the party's first leader, Caroline Lucas, but did not stand in the 2012 leadership election nor seek re-election as deputy leader.
On 16 August 2021 Adrian Ramsay announced his candidacy for co-leader of the Green Party alongside the Bristol councillor Carla Denyer.
Adrian Ramsay said that the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report had motivated him to return to politics.
Adrian Ramsay served as chief executive of the Centre for Alternative Technology from 2014 to 2019, working in Wales.
Adrian Ramsay returned to Norfolk in 2019 and took up the post of chief executive of the MCS Charitable Foundation, in which position he remained as of 2021.