At the age of 13, Ayrton is one of the world’s leading young social entrepreneurs. He spoke in Parliament at the age of 9, launching a national campaign with four major NGOs for more ethical food. Ayrton has campaigned on issues mostly relating to how we can feed the world sustainably. Following a trip to Malawi, he founded the Humanitarian Water, Air and Food Youth Award: 100,000 children participated in 2015/16 from a dozen countries. Ayrton has appeared widely in the media, including the BBC and the Huffington Post. His awards include the Parliamentary Education Authority, Live Unltd, Diana Award, Prince Charles' Jubilee Step Up to Serve Ambassadorship, recognition by the British Red Cross and Amnesty International, and nomination for the International Children's Peace Prize.