Journalist and social advocate for climate action
WANomineeYoung Australian of the Year2021
Dylan Storer is a young journalist with a passion for storytelling and social justice issues. For two years he has hosted The Edge, a weekly regional current affairs radio program – and the winner of the 2019 Community Radio Award for Excellence in News & Current Affairs.
Dylan is committed to building a better future, with a particular focus on climate change and youth rights. He is has advocated for lowering the voting age to 16, giving evidence before the Commonwealth Parliament on this issue.
He has contributed to Guardian Australia, telling stories from the Kimberley Region and the Foundation for Young Australians and has worked with UN Youth Australia. He has twice appeared on the ABC’s Q&A program, where he called for Australia to become a renewable energy powerhouse.
He has spoken at numerous events including the Festival of Dangerous Ideas, and in 2018 received the Outstanding Youth Contribution Award for his contribution to public discourse.