Anne lives in Lancaster where she is a director of a renewable energy co-operative. She a director of Green House Think Tank Ltd and is co-chair of Green House.
He has worked for engineering consultants and contractors. This work included developing strategies for a social enterprise ecopark, Pushing Reuse, and decarbonising the UK construction and housing.
Peter Sims is an Electronic Engineer who specialises in systems engineering. He particularly focuses on the overlap and interfaces between human and non-human systems.
Works with environmental scientists at UEA. He was a Green Party Councillor 2004-2011, and helped draft the Green 2009 Euro-election manifesto. He was a founder member and chair of Green House.
Honorary teaching fellow in the Politics, Philosophy and Religion department at Lancaster University. He has been an environmentalist for forty years. John is a director and co-chair of Green House
Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at the University of Roehampton and has a PhD in economics. Molly studied PPE at Oxford. She was a Green MEP 2014-2020
A retired senior civil servant, former Policy Coordinator of the Green Party and Secretary of Green House. His academic background is in mathematics and history
He worked as a government economist and policy make on environmental, statistical and regulatory matters. He now works on climate finance issues for an international not-for-profit organisation
Green member of the London Assembly 2000-2003. He worked as a researcher for Cynog Dafis, MP. He has published in the New Economics Foundation and published Alternative Economic Indicators
Andrew is passionate about the countryside, wants to make a positive difference to safeguarding our environment for the future and has an extensive background in the IT and Utility sectors.
Cambridge science graduate with a passion for economics, having experienced first-hand the dot-com boom/bust whilst being taught traditional economics. Sheis a member of Green House’s core group.
Reported on the International Debt Crisis for Reuters in the 1980s and researched at the Universities of Sussex and Edinburgh. He is now a consultant in trade and finance as they affect poor countries
Professor at Cusanus University and Senior Associate Fellow of the German Council on Foreign Relations.
Ciara loves working on the 'Rubik Cube' nature of sustainability as it twists and turns the world. Hong Kong born and bred, she is now in Cumbria and focusing on net zero sustainable finance.
Nadine is currently studying for a Masters in Regenerative Economics at Schumacher College. Her career has been in sales and marketing, mainly in the food and drink sector.
Professor of Politics at Keele University. Author of the 4th edition Green Political (2006). His most recent book is Listening for Democracy: Recognition, Representation, Reconciliation (2014)
Having studied theology and philosophy at King’s College London he now works in education. His work focuses on concern that things often touted as ‘solutions’ still have damaging consequences.
Joseph Eastoe is a Masters student in Global Environment, Politics and Society at the University of Edinburgh. He has written for the Byline Times, and is on the GreensCAN central committee
Works in environmental policy, currently on circular economy policy. She has worked in business in Hong Kong on setting under 2 degree carbon reduction targets and transitioning to electric vehicles
Pritam Singh is Professor Emeritus at Oxford Brookes Business School. He has published four single authored books including: Federalism, Nationalism and Development: India and the Punjab Economy.
Writer on fossil fuels, climate change, Ukraine and Russia. Honorary professor, University of Durham. Author of Burning Up: a global history of fossil fuel consumption (2018)
Associate lecturer at the Open University, and has a honorary research fellowship in environmental politics and philosophy at Keele University. . Mike is an editor of The Land magazine
Quaker, Activist, Avid reader and Lover of people, Zoe uses her social care background to understand how the climate crisis will affect everyday people.
Sian Sullivan is a senior Lecturer in Environment and Development at Birkbeck College, University of London. She teaches on Cultural Landscapes and Environment and Development.
John Hare is a long standing Green Party activist and a freelance political and sustainability analyst. He has written widely on green policy for a range of organisations.
Professor of EU Politics, Director of the Centre for Research on the European Matrix, CRonEM, at the University of Surrey Chair of the University Association for Contemporary European Studies 2006-9
Worked on housing policy in a sustainable construction company and at the Greater London Authority. He has supported campaigns to stop evictions and demolitions, and establish Community Land Trusts.
Professor of Green Political Economy at Queens University Belfast. He has been a local councillor in Northern Ireland and co-leader of the Northern Ireland Green Party.
Member of the Law School at the University of Hull. He has worked as an advisor to the Committee of European Integration of the Bulgarian parliament and been active in the Green movement in Bulgaria
Sam Earle is a novelist and activist. She blogs about ethics, politics, art and ecologism at Thinking and being in liminal space (https://socialimaginaries.org/)
Psychosocial researcher and mindfulness and nature-based coach, consultant and trainer. She is as a senior social researcher in the Scottish Government and a member of the Climate Psychology Alliance.
Policy Officer at the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) trade union. Her remit covers the impact of climate change on work and advocating for a just and transformative transition for workers.