Martin Hojsík has been actively involved in nature and animal protection for over 25 years. Since 2019, he serves as a Member of the European Parliament, working to avert the climate threat, protect biodiversity and animals, with a specific focus on pollinators. Furthermore, he strives to regulate hazardous chemicals and promote safe and wholesome food. He is an active MEP in four committees - ENVI (environment, public health and food safety), ITRE (industry, research and energy), BUDG (budget). More recently, he has been appointed as Vice-Chair in ANIT committee (animal transport). In the past, he served as a Program Director of the animal protection organization Four Paws, working in global corporate and public policy campaigns for Action Aid, Greenpeace International and communication campaigns for Greenpeace national offices. He studied genetics at the Comenius University in Bratislava.