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Research Directory

  1. Faculty
  2. Staff
  3. Senior Associates
  4. Fellows
  5. Contributors

Faculty

Dr David Arkell
  • Dr David Arkell is the Director of Business Development at the Lord Ashcroft International Business School, Anglia Ruskin University and was the CEO of SmartLIFE Low Carbon Centre.
Sarah Barker
  • Special Counsel at Minter Ellison Lawyers and and non-executive director at Emergency Services & State Super. Sarah’s work on fiduciary duties and climate change has won numerous awards.
Jeremy Baskin
  • Senior Fellow, Melbourne Business School. Jeremy teaches the Business & Sustainability course of the MBA program at MBS. He was formerly director of CISL Australia.
Judith Britnell
  • Judith is a retrofit and sustainability expert with a background in architecture, project management, and research.
Louise Davidson
  • CEO, Australian Council of Superannuation Investors. Louise brings more than 20 years senior expertise in the financial services and superannuation industry.
Dr Louise Drake
  • Louise Drake has a passion for supporting current and future business leaders to respond to some of the most pressing global leadership challenges and opportunities. She is an academic tutor for the Master’s in Sustainability Leadership, lectures and supervises on a range of topics relating to sustainability and leadership (including leadership theory, large scale behaviour change, social entrepreneurship, food systems, waste planning and management), and supports the Cambridge High Impact Leadership Online Programme, all with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).
Louise Ellison
  • Louise Ellison is the Group Head of Sustainability at Hammerson plc. She leads a team of 6 people, responsible for establishing and delivering Hammerson’s sustainability programme, Positive Places across their property portfolios in the UK, France and Ireland. Hammerson is an industry leader in sustainability, consistently delivering new initiatives alongside year on year operational efficiencies. In 2017 the company launched a target of becoming Net Positive in carbon emissions, resource use, water demand and socio-economic impacts by 2030.
Dr Ray Galvin
  • Dr Ray Galvin’s field of work is environmental science, with an interdisciplinary background in engineering, social sciences, policy studies, and more recently economics.
Dr Maria Christina Georgiadou
  • Dr Maria Christina Georgiadou is a Senior Lecturer in Construction at the Department of Property and Construction, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, University of Westminster, London.
Dr Jenny Gray
  • CEO of Zoos Victoria. Jenny has a wide range of public and private sector experience having worked in transportation, airlines and banking, before moving into the zoo industry.
John Hicks
  • John is Location Director for WSP’s Cambridge office, promoting cross-disciplinary working and business development and encouraging careers in engineering and STEM subjects through schools engagement activities.
Dr Victoria Hurth
  • Victoria Hurth is Associate Professor of Marketing and Sustainable Business at Plymouth University.
Mark Ingram
  • Founding CEO of Business for Development, a leading practitioner and voice of inclusive business in the Asia-Pacific region.
Professor Deanna Kemp, Senior Associate
  • Deanna is Professor and Director, CSRM and MISHC, People Centres, Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI), The University of Queensland (UQ), Brisbane. She is a leading international expert focused on the social and political challenges of the global mining industry.
Dr Rachael Luck
  • Dr Rachael Luck is a chartered architect with MSc in Applied Informatics (Capgemini prize), and a MSc and PhD in Construction Management.
Lorna McNeur
  • Lorna McNeur has researched and lectured in Architecture since 1982 in the USA, Canada, and the UK: at The Cooper Union in New York, Carleton University in Ottawa, and the University of Cambridge.
Jo Morrison
  • Jo Morrison is a chartered landscape architect with a BSc in Human Environmental Studies and an MA in Urban Design.
Dr Jim Platts
  • Dr Jim Platts came to academia with 23 years' experience in industry, working on the design, development and manufacture of the large composite moulded blades for wind turbines.
Dr Francesco Pomponi
  • Dr Francesco Pomponi is the Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow at the Institute for Sustainable Construction of Edinburgh Napier University.
Dr Bhavna Sharma
  • Dr Bhavna Sharma is a lecturer at the University of Bath in the Department of Architecture & Civil Engineering.
Kaitlin Tait
  • Kaitlin is co-founder of Spark* International and Global General Manager of Impact for YGAP
Dr Eleanor Voss
  • Dr Eleanor Voss’ research focuses on generating and realising benefits of Building Information Modelling.
Penny Walker
  • Penny has been a sustainable development consultant, facilitator and trainer since 1996, working with clients from the corporate, public and voluntary sectors.
Dr Elanor Warwick
  • Dr Elanor Warwick is an architect and urban designer with over 10 years in practice designing houses, schools and health buildings in the public and private sector.

Staff

Dr Annela Anger-Kraavi, Senior Research Associate
  • Annela is a macroeconomist who enjoys working closely with industry, policymakers and environmental campaigners as well as with scientists from other disciplines.
Rachel Austin, Project Manager
  • Rachel joined CISL’s Sustainable Finance Team in October 2017 primarily to support the ClimateWise platform.
Jane Batten, Business Operations Manager
  • Jane is responsible for the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s finance, IT and reception teams, overall financial management and legal issues including contract management.
Paul Begley, Director, Customised Programmes
  • Paul leads the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s customised programmes portfolio. Since joining in August 2011, he has designed programmes to help organisations such as Arup, the African Development Bank, Standard Chartered and Tata extract commercial value from the changing context.
Alexandra Brunner, Senior Project Manager
  • Alex has a cross cutting role in the Graduate Programmes Team which includes marketing, GDPR compliance and working with the University to oversee the approval of new graduate programmes.
Lucy Bruzzone, Programme Director
  • Lucy leads CISL’s executive education engagement with China and in particular is responsible for the delivery of key cities-focused programmes for Chinese government officials including the Beijing Municipal and Guangdong Provincial Governments. She also coordinates CISL’s wider engagement with cities and the built environment.
Dr Bronwyn Claire, Senior Programme Manager
  • Dr Bronwyn Claire is Senior Programme Manager for ClimateWise at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She joins CISL from KPMG, where she spent 7 years working with insurance companies and banks in Australia and Hong Kong to improve risk management and internal controls.
Jemma Cobbold, Senior Project Manager
  • Jemma Cobbold joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in 2000 having worked previously in the retail and software industries.
James Cole, Director of Corporate Relations and Communications
  • James leads the corporate relations, communications and marketing functions at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
Eloise Connolly, Project Co-ordinator
  • Eloise Connolly joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in December 2017 as Project Co-ordinator.
Beverley Cornaby, Programme Manager
  • Beverley is a Programme Manager in the Policy Team at CISL. She supports the Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group and leads CISL’s programme of work with clients who are looking at the issue of packaging sustainability and resource efficiency.
Dr Leila Coupe, Senior Project Manager
  • Leila manages a wide portfolio of events and projects for the Executive Programmes team, specifically now working on customised programmes with clients from across the globe, including many of the FTSE 100 companies, and for organisations such as the World Bank.
Dame Polly Courtice, DBE, LVO, Director, CISL
  • Polly is Director of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). She is also Founder Director of The Prince of Wales's Business and Sustainability Programme, and Academic Director of the University’s Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership. She is a Director of Judge Business School Executive Education Limited, and a member of the University’s Environmental Sustainability Strategy Committee and the Board of Executive and Professional Education.
Dr Gemma Cranston, Director, Natural Capital
  • Gemma works within the Natural Capital Impact Group, bringing together influential companies with a global reach to address their dependencies and impacts on natural capital and enable companies to translate this into a tangible business context.
Alice Cropper, Business Relationship Manager
  • Alice is Business Relationship Manager for the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in South Africa. Prior to joining CISL, she worked as business development and account management for an offshore wealth company.
Katie Cross, Project Co-ordinator
  • Katie is a Project Co-ordinator in the Graduate Programmes team assisting in delivering the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s accredited programmes.
Aurore Cupers, Project Co-ordinator
  • Aurore joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in May 2017 as Project Coordinator for the EU Office.
Kajetan Czyz, Programme Director, Sustainable Finance
  • Kajetan Czyz has a background in financial risk modelling, index design, corporate and policy engagement and has expertise in the energy sector transition. Most recently, he headed the Climate Aggregation Platform (a project with UNDP), green bond market development in India and the Green Infrastructure Investment Coalition at the Climate Bonds Initiative.
Louise de Muscote, Programme Manager
  • Louise is the course director for the Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Business and the deputy course director for the Postgraduate Diploma in Sustainable Business. She also manages the Sustainability Leadership Laboratories.
Faty Dembele, Senior Programme Manager
  • Faty Dembele is Senior Programme Manager for the Investment Leaders Initiative at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She joined CISL in August 2018, having previously spent three years at Morgan Stanley as an analyst in the Equity Research team, with a focus on sustainability.
Elspeth Donovan, Interim Director, South Africa Office
  • Elspeth is the Deputy Director of our South Africa Office. Elspeth directs the CISL Sustainability Practitioner Programme in South Africa and is bringing her knowledge and experience to the first Australian programme. Elspeth was formerly director of the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business MBA programme and is currently a tutor on the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership’s Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership and on the Anglo American Advanced Social Management Programme.
Caroline Elvidge, Executive Assistant to Professor John French
  • Caroline joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in December 2017 as Personal Assistant to the Policy Director.
Jasminka Enderle, Project Manager
  • Jasminka Enderle is Project Manager in Sustainable Finance in University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. She joined CISL in January 2018. In this role she is leading the project for the new report 2018 “In search of impact – Measuring the full value of capital”. This report aims to create transparency of investments impact to enable consumer choice in financial decision making process. She is also leading the project “Bank 2030”, where banks aim to understand how to accelerate the financing of the low carbon economy.
Agata Fehrmann, Finance and Office Assistant
  • Agata joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in June 2017.
Catherine Foot, Marketing and Communications Project Manager
  • Before joining CISL in May 2018 Catherine worked at an independent documentary distributor, acquiring and marketing feature-length factual content. She graduated from Cambridge University in 2016 with a degree in English.
Professor John French, Executive Director – Sustainability Business Hub and Accelerator
  • John joined CISL in April 2018 to lead the development of the Accelerator Programme and a platform of development projects. John is building a new team to deliver the accelerator programme which is an international initiative to drive sustainability through entrepreneurship and innovation connecting the Cambridge innovation ecosystem with global change leadership in sustainability.
Dr Kayla Friedman, Senior Programme Manager
  • Kayla is Course Director for the University of Cambridge’s Master’s and Postgraduate Certificate in Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment (IDBE) and Senior Programme Manager at Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL).
Lorna Golds, Contracts Advisor
  • Lorna works in supporting the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s contract management discussions in accordance with CISL and the University of Cambridge’s policies and requirements.
Dr Theo Hacking, Director, Graduate Programmes
  • Theo oversees the development and delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s portfolio of graduate programmes.
Georgina Harding , Marketing Manager
  • Prior to joining CISL in March 2019, Georgina worked in the cybersecurity industry to deliver governance, risk and compliance solutions and value focused marketing campaigns to healthcare partners.
Katherine Hirst, Senior Project Manager
  • Katherine is part of Executive Education team, predominantly managing the Unilever Young Entrepreneur Awards. Katherine brings experience of working with SMEs - supporting their on-going learning and development to enable them to access broader markets and finance.
Eleanor Holloway, Executive Assistant to Dame Polly Courtice
  • Eleanor joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in February 2019 as an experienced Executive Assistant, previously having worked within the publishing industry. Eleanor graduated from the University of York with a degree in English Literature with Latin.
Lindsay Hooper, Executive Director, Education
  • Lindsay leads the Institute’s Education and Advisory teams which support major organisations and individual leaders internationally to build the capability to create the future we want, aligning commercial performance with the delivery of positive outcomes for society. This spans strategic advisory work with major companies to integrate sustainability into business strategy and operations, customised education programmes to build leadership capability, international executive and practitioner seminars, and growing portfolios of graduate and online programmes to challenge, inform and support individuals to lead change.
  • Lindsay speaks on global trends and the commercial implications for business, the relationship between business and society, and the leadership we need for the future we want. She has authored a number of CISL reports including ‘Rewiring Leadership’ and ‘Business, Justice and the New Global Economy’. Lindsay is a member of the Institute’s Executive Board and, alongside Earth on Board, leads CISL’s work to inform and engage Board Directors.
Gianna Huhn, Research Assistant to the Director
  • Gianna Huhn joined CISL in June 2018 as Research Assistant to the Director on a part-time basis.
Emma Jillings, Project Co-ordinator
  • Emma joined CISL in September 2018 primarily to support the ClimateWise team. Before this she spent 9 months as an intern with Cambridge Global Health Partnerships, a medical volunteering charity working towards achieving the health related sustainable development goals. In this role she gained experience in project management, communications and events, and monitoring and evaluating work.
Ben Kellard, Director of Business Strategy
  • Ben leads CISL’s business strategy advisory work. He has a passion for shaping organisational purpose and strategies that unlock people’s desire to improve their own and others wellbeing, while sustaining the environmental systems the organisation relies upon. Doing so prepares organisations for the future.
  • He does this by helping organisations such as O2 and Unilever to develop and implement holistic leading strategies. Ben draws on over twenty years of experience as an organisational consultant, to involve a range of stakeholders to develop shared responses to complex and ambiguous sustainability challenges.
  • He also acts as a critical friend by drawing on evidence and examples of leadership to challenge companies such as the Co-Operative Group, Unilever and Ecover to develop bold ambitions. He recently convened a round table of purpose and sustainability experts to explore how the concepts can work together, resulting in a joint statement.
Bethany Knights-Prince, Project Manager
  • Bethany is the Graduate Programmes Manager for the Master of Studies in Sustainability Leadership at CISL.
Serena Liuni, Project Manager
  • Serena gained broad international experience both in the public and private sector working as a project officer for interdisciplinary European projects within multicultural teams, focusing on the implementation of EU regional policies, Structural Funds management, institutional and capacity building, local, rural and sustainable development.
Zoë Loughlin, Marketing and Communications Project Manager
  • Zoë is part of the communications team, working across programme marketing, external communications, and Network development.
Anna Lowe, Project Co-ordinator
  • Anna joined CISL in March 2019 as a Project Co-ordinator in the Sustainable Finance team.
Dr Sanna Markkanen, Research Associate
  • Sanna Markkanen is a Research Associate working on climate policy and financing sustainable infrastructure.
Amelia Moulis, Programme Manager
  • Before joining CISL in early 2018, Amelia was based in Australia as a social impact consultant on cross-sector projects spanning natural capital, renewable energy, healthcare, and social services. She also held a position on the Executive Board of a global health non-profit as Director of Community, helping build the skills and capabilities for communities in the Asia Pacific to make practical improvements to their own health. Prior to this, Amelia held roles in USA and Australia in market research and purpose-driven brand strategy, working with multinational companies to engage stakeholders and build strategies for growth.
Ellen Mumford, Senior Project Manager
  • Ellen is part of the Graduate Programmes team, assisting with the delivery of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s Postgraduate Certificate in Sustainable Value Chains and Master's in Sustainability Leadership.
Emily Murphy , PA to the Executive Directors
  • Emily joined CISL in September 2018 as PA to the Executive Directors.
Sarah Nolan, Project Co-ordinator
  • As Communications Project Co-ordinator Sarah supports the Corporate Relations and Communications team, ensuring the work to support the rest of the organisation runs smoothly. Sarah's role involves administrative and financial responsibilities, as well as organising events and project management related duties.
Gemma Palmer-Dighton, Project Manager
  • Gemma is a Project Manager at CISL working within the Executive Education team on customised and open programmes. Currently she is focused primarily on the delivery of customised programmes for a number of different companies and sectors ranging in complexity and size.
Romain Pardo, Programme Manager
  • Romain joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in December 2018 to work as Programme Manager in the EU office. Prior to joining CISL, Romain spent most of his career working as a Policy Analyst in various Brussels based Think Tanks.
John Pharoah, Project Manager, Business Insight
  • John works within the Natural Capital Impact Group which convenes global companies wishing to better understand and manage their impacts and dependencies on natural capital. This currently includes research on the interconnected declines in quantity and quality of soil, water and biodiversity, at the landscape level.
Grace Philip, Project Manager
  • Grace is a Project Manager in the Executive Programmes team.
Dr Judith Plummer Braeckman, Senior Research Associate
  • For the majority of her career, Judith has worked on large infrastructure and engineering projects in developing countries with the aim of bringing sustainable improvements in living standards and reductions in poverty. Judith's principal area of expertise is in the structuring, financing and economic development of infrastructure utilities and projects. She was jointly responsible for developing and implementing a strategy for re-engagement of the World Bank in the construction of large water infrastructure.
Dr Martin Porter, Executive Chair, CISL Brussels
  • Martin joined CISL from the European Climate Foundation, where he was working as Europe Group Co-ordinator. He has also led their Industry and Innovation programme and has a long track record of working on industry, environment and sustainability issues prior to taking up that role in 2015. He is also an expert advisor to the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 on climate and resource issues, a representative on the Economic and Social Committee’s Commission on Industrial Change, a member of UCL’s European Institute Advisory Board and a member of the advisory board to the Sustainable Biomass Programme.
Harry Randhawa, Administrative Assistant to the Directorate
  • Harry joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in May 2018.
Dr Jake Reynolds, Executive Director, Sustainable Economy
  • Jake is responsible for CISL’s leadership groups which exist to trigger change towards a sustainable economy. As the architect of CISL’s Rewiring the Economy plan, his team delivers strategic collaborations of business, government and financial institutions designed to put solutions to sustainability problems into practice with partners and peers. Jake also oversees CISL’s research activities, notably The Prince of Wales Global Sustainability Fellowship Programme.
Martin Roberts, Programme Director
  • Martin is responsible for CISL's online learning services helping companies and individuals develop the necessary skills and expertise to address sustainability challenges and identify exciting commercial opportunities by applying innovative business models of the future.
Annabelle Roblin, Project Co-ordinator
  • Annabelle has experience in climate advocacy with responsibilities in project and event management, communications, policy evaluation and consultancy.
Grant Rudgley , Project Manager, Sustainable Finance
  • Grant Rudgley joined the Sustainable Finance team in September 2018 from accountants Price Bailey, where his team provided Strategy and Corporate Finance advice to innovative SMEs that would culminate in the placement of growth capital. As Lead Analyst, he led the Research and Insight function and, separately, specialised in Global Transfer Pricing advisory.
Dr Nina Seega
  • Dr Nina Seega is a Research Director for Sustainable Finance at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). She is an expert in the use of risk management tools to address environmental sources of risk in the financial sector. Since 2016 she has co-led the CISL team serving as Knowledge Partner for the risk analysis track of the G20 Green Finance Study Group. Previously, Nina was the Head of the London Traded Products Desk for Dresdner Kleinwort, where she was responsible for credit risk management of traded products.
Pauline Sharp, Finance and Office Manager
  • Pauline joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in October 2006.
Alice Spencer, Programme Director
  • Alice joined CISL in 2017 and is responsible for developing and delivering customised executive education programmes for senior leaders. She is also responsible for delivering CISL’s annual series of programmes in Australia and for the Cambridge Earth on Board programme, which equips non-executive directors to engage with strategic business decisions to align sustainability and profitability.
Eleanor Standen, Project Manager
  • Eleanor is a project manager in the Graduate Programmes team, assisting in delivering the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL)’s Postgraduate Certificates in Sustainable Business.
Rebecca Stanley, Senior Project Manager
  • Becky is the Graduate Programmes Manager for both the Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment master’s and for the Postgraduate Certificate.
Jack Swindlehurst, Assistant Project Co-ordinator
  • Jack joined CISL as an Assistant Project Coordinator in January 2019, having worked in the events industry for more than 6 years
Dr Cath Tayleur, Programme Manager, Natural Capital
  • Cath is a Programme Manager in the Natural Capital team, with a focus on projects related to biodiversity and pollinators.
Janaina Topley Lira, Project Manager
  • Janaina joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in January 2019 to work as Project Manager in the EU office.
Janna Tweed, International Markets Manager
  • Janna has worked at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) for over six years. She has a wealth of experience in project managing both open and customised executive leadership programmes, and developing and managing the Executive Education growing international portfolio.
Thomas Vergunst, Programme Manager
  • Thomas joined CISL’s Executive Education team in April 2017. Over recent years his work has focused on the sustainable use of resources with a particular emphasis on the policy measures and business strategies that can be used to encourage a shift towards a more circular economy.
Bianca Voicu, Project Co-ordinator
  • Bianca Voicu joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) in December 2017 as Project Co-ordinator.
Aris Vrettos, Director, Open and International Programmes
  • Aris leads the strategy, development and delivery of executive education programmes in CISL’s international markets and oversees regional projects and partnerships, including the Middle East, China & South East Asia and Australia. He speaks on global trends and business leadership and works with companies on the opportunity of the Sustainable Development Goals and Rewiring the Economy, CISL’s 10 year plan to create the foundations for a sustainable economy.
Liam Walsh, Programme Manager, Natural Capital
  • Liam Walsh joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in October 2017 and works within the Natural Capital Impact Group that brings together influential companies to address their dependencies and impacts on natural capital.
Eliot Whittington, Director of Policy; Director of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group
  • Eliot leads CISL’s team that bridges between business and policy makers to bring about a more sustainable economy. He is the current Director of The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, which brings together businesses to work towards a step change in policy and action on climate change, and of the EU Green Growth Platform, which creates a common space for governments, businesses and parliamentarians to collaborate in support of a greener EU economy.
Adele Williams, Senior Communications Manager
  • Adele has worked in PR and corporate communications for over 10 years across public and not-for-profit sectors.
Andrew Williamson, Director of Operations
  • Andrew has responsibility for the Operations group across the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL), working with his team to underpin the Institute’s mission to empower leaders to build a sustainable economy by 2050. A range of functions form part of the group, including HR, IT, Finance, Legal, Risk & Controls, Third Party Management, Business Operations, and Change Management.
Ursula Woodburn, Senior Programme Manager
  • Ursula Woodburn is a Senior Programme Manager and manages the Brussels office. Her role will be to drive further corporate engagement on the long-term climate strategy and building a sustainable European economy. She will be supporting The Prince of Wales’s Corporate Leaders Group, the We Mean Business EU Policy Group and the EU Green Growth Platform, which creates a common space for governments, businesses and parliamentarians to collaborate in support of a greener EU economy.
Candice Worsteling, Project Co-ordinator, Business Insight
  • Candice joined CISL as a Project Coordinator within the Natural Capital team in October 2018.
Khatereh Zavareh, Finance and Office Co-ordinator
  • Khatereh (Kay) joined the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership in October 2015.

Senior Associates

Terry A'Hearn, Senior Associate
  • Terry A'Hearn is the Chief Executive of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency.
Visiting Professor Charles Ainger, Senior Associate
  • Charles Ainger retired in 2008 after 40 plus years in water engineering worldwide. He is active in graduate teaching, and writing, focusing on facilitating leadership for innovation and change, for people moving their organisations towards sustainability. He is now also active in living in and developing affordable, community based and sustainable housing.
Sean Ansett, Senior Associate
  • Sean Ansett is a Sustainability Executive with 20 years’ experience managing complexity, building multi-stakeholder partnerships, and spearheading change across the apparel, electronics and food sectors.
Dr Mónica Araya, Senior Associate
  • Mónica Araya was born in Costa Rica, and has worked in sustainbility for over 20 years, focusing on consumer and citizen engagement in renewable energy and electric mobility. She founded the organisation Costa Rica Limpia to bring people closer to clean technologies that improve their everyday life and her group pioneered Movilidad Eléctrica – the first electric mobility platform in Latin America devoted to the education of consumers about electric vehicles. She co-founded the Electric Mobility Association in Costa Rica and is the Vice President of the Board.
Ramon Arratia, Senior Associate
  • Ramon Arratia is Ball Beverage Packaging Europe’s sustainability and public affairs director as well as chairman of ‘Every Can Counts’, the industry’s initiative to promote aluminium beverage can recycling out of home. Ramon has around two decades of experience in sustainability positions at companies such as Interface, Vodafone, Ericsson and now at Ball Corporation. He is a strong advocate of product sustainability and the circular economy. His focus is on creating ambitious sustainability strategies that deliver core business advantages through advocacy and public affairs campaigns based on sustainability, reducing carbon footprint, designing out chemicals, accelerating innovations, creating better marketing, redesigning supply chains, and building higher ground cultures.
Enos Ned Banda, Senior Associate
  • Enos is a South African entrepreneur and investment banker who is founder and CEO of the Freetel Group of Companies. Freetel focuses on fund management, portfolio investments and investment and transaction advice to a select number of sovereign and international clients.
Mike Barry, Senior Associate
  • Mike is Head of Sustainable Business at the retailer Marks & Spencer. He was part of the small team that developed and delivered the company's groundbreaking Plan A, a 100-point, 5-year plan to address a wide range of environmental and social issues.
Nicolette Bartlett, Senior Associate
  • Nicolette Bartlett is Director of Carbon Pricing at CDP, formerly known as the Carbon Disclosure Project. CDP is an international not-for-profit organisation providing the only global environmental disclosure system.
Craig Bennett, Senior Associate
  • Craig Bennett is Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Friends of the Earth and Honorary Professor of Sustainability and Innovation at University of Manchester Alliance Manchester Business School.
Jeb Brugmann, Senior Associate
  • Jeb, Founding Partner of The Next Practice, is a strategist and innovation expert in the fields of business and development, serving major corporations, local governments, and non-profit organisations worldwide.
Elizabeth Buchanan, CVO, LLD, ARAgS, Senior Associate
  • Elizabeth is the East Sussex Council Member for the Royal Agricultural Society of England; she sits on the BBC’s Rural Affairs Advisory Committee, the Mutton Renaissance Steering Committee and the Experts Panel of Natural England.
Tom Burke, CBE, Senior Associate
  • Tom Burke is the Chairman of E3G, Third Generation Environmentalism, and a Visiting Professor at both Imperial and University Colleges, London. He is a Senior Associate at the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership, and Chairman of the China Dialogue Trust and a Trustee of Black-E Community Arts Project, Liverpool.
Ken Caplan, Senior Associate
  • Ken is currently Director of Partnerships in Practice – a UK-based think tank and consultancy that focuses on ensuring that global to local partnership approaches are fit-for-purpose.
Anton Cartwright, Senior Associate
  • Anton is an economist at the African Centre for Cities, University of Cape Town. His research is focused on the interactions between ecological degradation and human well-being in cities.
Munish Datta, Senior Associate
  • Munish is a corporate leader with a track record in creating strategy and delivering operational outcomes, resulting in substantial commercial, environmental, social and reputational benefits. He is passionate about the pivotal role business must play to create a truly sustainable world, and he led the strategy and delivery of Marks & Spencer’s multi award winning, globally renowned sustainability strategy (Plan A) for its £4bn, 1000+ buildings property portfolio.
Justin DeKoszmovszky, Senior Associate
  • Justin is an impact-driven strategy professional with nearly 20 years’ experience working across start-up social enterprises to multi-national corporations to improve commercial results with a more social approach and social approaches with a more commercial focus.
Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Senior Associate
  • Sandrine Dixson-Declѐve has over 28 years of European and international policy and strategic experience with a particularfocus on EU and international climate change, environmental, sustainability, green growth and energy policy and strategic programme development. She has built from scratch, fundraised and run EU offices and platforms bringing together business leaders, policy makers, academia and NGO’s.
Oliver Dudok van Heel, Senior Associate
  • Oliver Dudok van Heel is the global Head of Corporate Responsibility with law firm Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer where he leads the development and implementation of the firm's approach to sustainability.
Jon Duncan, Senior Associate
  • Jon Duncan is Head of Responsible Investment at Old Mutual Group and a Senior Associate of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. Jon Duncan leads the Responsible Investment Programme at Old Mutual. The Programme is focused on driving the systematic integration of material environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) issues across the Group’s c£380 billion of funds under management.
Anna Easton, Senior Associate
  • Anna is Global Head of Social Impact at DentsuAegis Network and a senior associate at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership. Anna works at the intersect of strategy, communications and sustainability helping organisations embed purpose at the heart of everything they do.
Dr Antoine Eid
  • Antoine is the CEO of the Leapership Consultants Group. A Leadership and Performance Consultant having worked with organizations across the globe and the Middle East in over 23 countries and 17 different business sectors.
Ian Ellison, Senior Associate
  • Ian is Sustainability Manager with Jaguar Land Rover, Vehicle Engineering. This role includes managing key vehicle sustainability attributes such as energy management, light-weighting and environmental lifecycle impacts (including: supply chain, closed-loop materials management, lifecycle greenhouse gas emissions and end of life) throughout the product development process.
Dr Mark Esposito, Senior Associate
  • Professor Mark Esposito has been teaching at Harvard University’s Division of Continuing Education since 2011 and he is also affiliated faculty of the microeconomics of competitiveness (MoC) network at Harvard Business School's (HBS) Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness and is currently co-leader of the network's Institutes Council.
David Farrell, Senior Associate
  • David Farrell is a founding partner of Blue North Sustainability (Pty) Ltd, a Stellenbosch-based consulting practice specialising in supporting agricultural supply chains, from farmer to retailer, in the integration of sustainability programmes and practices into their business strategies and operations.
Sue Garrard, Senior Associate
  • Sue was, until September 2018, the EVP Sustainable Business and Communications at Unilever. In this role she was responsible for leading and embedding the company’s ambitious USLP (the Unilever Sustainable Living Plan) into the business and ensuring progress against its 70-plus time bound targets.
Malcolm Gray, Senior Associate
  • Malcolm is a passionate sustainability professional with a particular focus on investment, impact and sustainability. In September 2015, he stepped away from full-time corporate life, having spent the past 16 years working for Investec Asset Management in a number of senior roles, most recently as Global Head of ESG and Portfolio Manager of a number of South African and African Funds.
Steven Gray, Senior Associate
  • Steven Gray is a public international lawyer with 15 years of experience climate change law. He is currently collaborating with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership where he leads their work with the Pacific Alliance Green Growth Group.
Michael Hoevel, Senior Associate
  • Michael Hoevel is a communications and media expert based in London, UK. He has worked with the private sector, various United Nations agencies, national governments, research institutes, think tanks and non-governmental organisations all over the world – on a range of diverse issues from sustainable agriculture and climate change to global health, biotechnology and legal reform.
Professor Deanna Kemp, Senior Associate
  • Deanna is Professor and Director, CSRM and MISHC, People Centres, Sustainable Minerals Institute (SMI), The University of Queensland (UQ), Brisbane. She is a leading international expert focused on the social and political challenges of the global mining industry.
Dr Alan Knight, OBE, Senior Associate
  • Alan has over 25 years’ experience of working with global and national companies and governments on sustainability. He joined the world’s largest Steel company ArcelorMittal in April 2014 as their General Manager for Corporate Responsibility. Previous to that he was Sustainability Director for Business and the Community (BITC) where he oversaw all their Corporate Sustainability programmes.
Spyros Kouvelis, Senior Associate
  • Born in Athens, Greece. Spyros Kouvelis studied Economics at the University of Athens (BSc) and Agricultural/Environmental Economics at the University of Reading (MSc).
David Lawrence, Senior Associate
  • David is an expert in enabling organisations to be more effective in their sustainability ambitions through collaborating with others. He is currently Executive Director and acting Chairman of AIM-Progress, the 44-company FMCG sector taskforce working collaboratively to improve responsible sourcing practices in their common supply chains.
Ylva Lindberg, Senior Associate
  • Ylva is the founder and managing director of SIGLA, a boutique consultancy on the role of business in society. She works with listed and state owned companies in identifying risks and opportunities arising from social and environmental challenges, including on leadership programmes, strategy and innovation.
Dr Sebastian Macmillan, PhD RIBA, Senior Associate
  • Dr Sebastian Macmillan trained and practised as an architect, and went on to found an independent Cambridge-based research consultancy undertaking commissions for a variety of public sector organisations. Joining the University of Cambridge in 1996, he won research funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) and went on manage their construction research portfolio. Later he was appointed as Consortium Manager for the EPSRC-funded £3m 4-year project Carbon Reduction in Buildings.
Sarah Millar, Senior Associate
  • Sarah Millar is an adviser on UK, EU and international environmental, climate and energy policy with over 15 years experience.
Mary-Jane Morifi, Senior Associate
  • Mary-Jane Morifi is currently the Global Capital Campaign Lead for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital Trust which is building a specialist referral children’s hospital in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Vanessa Otto-Mentz, Senior Associate
  • I focus on strategising and organisational sustainability as a change practitioner, researcher, lecturer and coach.
Dr Stephen Peake, Senior Associate
  • Stephen is a Senior Associate at CISL and a Fellow of the Judge Business School, University of Cambridge.
Michael Pelken , Senior Associate
  • Michael Pelken is an experienced registered architect and innovator with a consistent 20 year track record of award winning and patented developments in design, architecture, and engineering. He has extensive experience working on projects ranging from industrial design to large scale architectural structures and has practiced in Germany, Italy, the UK, USA and China.
Russell Picot, Senior Associate
  • Russell Picot is Chair of the Trustee board of the HSBC Bank (UK) Pension Fund and a Director of LifeSight, Willis Towers Watson’s UK DC Master Trust Board where he chairs the Audit and Risk Committee.
Professor Edgar Pieterse, Senior Associate
  • Edgar is holder of the DST/NRF South African Research Chair in Urban Policy, directs the African Centre for Cities and is Professor in the School of Architecture, Planning and Geomatics, all at the University of Cape Town.
Mashudu Ramano, Senior Associate
  • Mashudu Ramano is the Founder & Chief Executive Officer of the Mitochondria Energy Company. Mashudu is an entrepreneur in transition to sustainable entrepreneurship, an aspirant futurist and an adherent, advocate, agent, promoter and student of sustainability, symbiotic existence and transdisciplinary studies and director of companies with extensive experience in listed and unlisted companies in South Africa.
Kate Raworth, Senior Associate
  • Kate Raworth is an economist whose research focuses on the unique social and ecological challenges of the twenty-first century. She teaches at Oxford University’s Environmental Change Institute, where she is a Senior Visiting Research Associate, and she is a Senior Associate of the Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership.
Mat Roberts, Senior Associate
  • Mat is the CEO of the Shetland Amenity Trust, which aims to protect and enhance the natural heritage and culture of Shetland. Previously he was Interserve PLC’s Group Director of Sustainability Strategy. He leads on the development of the Interserve SustainAbilities Plan with a specific focus on the social and natural capital.
Nick Robins, Senior Associate
  • Nick is Professor in Practice for Sustainable Finance at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change & the Environment. He has also worked as Co-Director of the UN Environment Programme’s Inquiry into the Design of a Sustainable Financial System for the past four years.
Chris Rose, Senior Associate
  • Chris Rose is a Director of Campaign Strategy Ltd, a communications consultancy working for public sector, NGO and private sector clients. These have included the Home Office, Cabinet Office, DEFRA, National Trust, UNICEF, Amnesty International, RSPB, Shell, BP, Calor, Unilever, Natural England, the Environment Agency, Soil Association, Local Authorities, Imperial College, Oak Foundation, JMG Foundation, Beyond Green and Greenpeace International.
Jon Samuel, Senior Associate
  • Jon is Group Head of Social Performance and Engagement with Anglo American. In this role he has responsibility for the development and delivery of policies, strategies, training programmes and guidance documents relating to the company’s host communities and governments.
Khumo Shongwe, Senior Associate
  • Khumo has over 16 years’ experience in various senior human resources-related roles in the mining industry in South Africa. Until the end of January 2013, she was the Executive Director of Royal Bafokeng Holdings, responsible for people and sustainability.
Professor Alan Short , Senior Associate
  • Professor Alan Short was educated at Trinity College Cambridge and at Harvard University. He has been the Professor of Architecture at the University of Cambridge since 2001. His work focuses on the design of sustainable buildings.
Hannah Skeates, Senior Associate
  • Hannah is a Senior Director at S&P Dow Jones Indices with responsibility for the development of new indices globally in the ‘ESG’ space.
Dr Lisa Smith, Senior Associate
  • Lisa is an entrepreneurial venture capitalist with a track record of building high-growth businesses. She has an operations and organisation design background including building and operating factories for Unilever in South Africa and practicing lean operations with McKinsey in North America and Europe.
Professor Will Steffen, Senior Associate
  • Will Steffen is an Earth System scientist. He is a Councillor on the publicly-funded Climate Council of Australia that delivers independent expert information about climate change, an Emeritus Professor at the Australian National University (ANU); Canberra, a Senior Fellow at the Stockholm Resilience Centre, Sweden; and a Fellow at the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics, Stockholm. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of Canberra, working with the Canberra Urban and Regional Futures (CURF) program, and is a member of the ACT Climate Change Council.
Dr Rory Sullivan, Senior Associate
  • Dr Rory Sullivan is the Co-Founder and Director of Chronos Sustainability, which focuses on delivering transformative, systemic change in the social and environmental performance of key industry sectors. He is also Expert Advisor to the Transition Pathway Initiative, Expert Advisor to the Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare, Senior Advisor to the Fiduciary Duty in the 21st Century Project (PRI, UNEP FI and The Generation Foundation) and Strategic Advisor to Insight Investment.
Swenja Surminski, Senior Associate
  • Swenja is an expert on insurance, climate adaptation and disaster risk reduction. She currently works as a Senior Research Fellow at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics.
Paul Turner, Senior Associate
  • Paul recently took early retirement from the Lloyds Banking Group where he was the Group Sustainable Business Director. He was responsible for leading and developing the Banking Group’s approach to responsible and ethical business and sustainable development. Until recently he was also Deputy Chair of the London Sustainable Development. He is currently a Trustee and advisor to a number of charities.
Simon Tyler, Senior Associate
  • Simon is a Trade Finance Expert. He began his career in banking at the Chemical Bank of New York (London) in 1970. Shortly after joining he completed the Credit Training Course and became a credit analyst in the ‘Commodities and Trade Finance’ team.
Dr Andrew Venter, Senior Associate
  • Andrew’s role as CEO of the Wildlands Conservation Trust is built on 20 years of environmental experience, ranging from wetland ecology to community based conservation.
Andrew Voysey, Senior Associate
  • Andrew Voysey is Head of Business and Government Solutions at Soil Capital. Soil Capital is a group of farmers and finance professionals that partners with farmers, businesses, governments and investors to scale regenerative agriculture.
Dr Steve Waygood, Senior Associate
  • Steve leads Aviva Investors' Global Responsible Investment team, which is responsible for integrating environmental social and corporate governance (ESG) issues across all asset classes and regions of c£320bn of assets under management. The team has achieved an A+ ranking in governance and strategy from the UN Principles for Responsible Investment; and a Tier 1 assessment for Stewardship from the UK Financial Reporting Council (the UK's independent regulator responsible for promoting high quality corporate governance and reporting).
Peter Willis, Senior Associate
  • Peter Willis is an independent facilitator of strategic dialogues with a particular interest in structuring processes that bring together the diverse parts of institutional or societal systems to consider the most challenging questions facing them.
Tomas Wyns, Senior Associate
  • Tomas Wyns is a Doctoral Researcher at the IES. He is working on European and international climate policy, in particular the design of the EU Emissions Trading System, post-2020 industrial and innovation policy and enhancing global climate action under a 2015 international climate agreement. Tomas has a Master's degree in Physics and is specialised in international relations and conflict management.

Fellows

Professor Kern Alexander, Fellow
  • Professor Kern Alexander was appointed to the Chair for Law and Finance at the University of Zurich in 2010. He is also a Senior Research Fellow in Banking and Financial Regulation at the University of Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies and is Academic Programme Director for the Cambridge Judge Business School's Executive Education Programme 'Understanding the Regulatory Environment'.
Zoë Arden, Fellow
  • Zoë Arden, Fellow, CISL - Zoë had a career in communications before moving into sustainability and latterly focusing on sustainability storytelling and leadership. She supports change agents in business to build compelling narratives that drive action. Companies she has worked with include Accenture, AstraZeneca, Barclays, BBC, Google and Nestlé. She is convenor and head tutor of CISL’s online High Impact Leadership Course and has contributed to CISL reports including Building Leaders for Long-term Business Performance and Rewiring Leadership. She has recently been published in the journal Organisation and Environment. The article entitled Making It Personal is based on her Masters’ research which looked at the impact of experiential learning programmes on business leaders’ attitude to sustainability.
Dr Nancy Bocken, Fellow
  • Nancy is Professor in Sustainable Business Management and Practice at The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics (IIIEE) at Lund University, Sweden. She is also Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology where she was awarded the TU Delft Technology Fellowship (2015). Her research focuses on sustainable business models, and design and innovation for a circular economy.
Richard Burrett, Fellow
  • Richard Burrett is a Partner at Earth Capital Partners – a company specialising in providing advice on investments that address the challenges of sustainable development.
Professor Richard Calland, Fellow
  • Richard Calland has thirty years of experience in law, politics and sustainability. As a member of the London Bar he practiced law for seven years before coming to South Africa in 1994, where he is now based at the University of Cape Town (UCT) as an Associate Professor in Public Law and as a part of the academic leadership of its SDG initiative.
Will Day, Fellow
  • Will is a Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL). He is also Chair of the Sainsbury’s Foundation Advisory Board, a member of the Council of Ambassadors of WWF (UK), a Board member of SDGLead, a Danish impact investment consultancy, Chairman of On Purpose, an NGO developing leaders for Social Enterprise, and Sustainability Advisor to PwC UK.
Dr Nicola J Dee, Fellow
  • Dr Nicky Dee is a Research Associate, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge.
Dr Bernhard Dusch, Fellow
  • Bernhard is Professor for Design at Stuttgart Media University for Applied Sciences, Germany.
Professor Steve Evans, Fellow
  • Steve is Director of Research, Institute for Manufacturing at The University of Cambridge and Director of the EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Industrial Sustainability.
Dr Paul Fisher, Fellow
  • After an initial academic career as a macroeconomist specialising in large-scale models, Paul was a senior figure at the Bank of England for 26 years, retiring in July 2016. He was a member of the Monetary Policy Committee for five years, the interim Financial Policy Committee for two years and the PRA Board for six months. Paul was also responsible in latter years for co-ordinating the Bank’s work on climate change.
Paul Gilding, Fellow
  • Paul is an independent writer, corporate strategy adviser and advocate for a sustainable economy. He has been on the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership (CISL) Core Faculty since 2002.
Dr Ana Gonzalez Pelaez, Fellow
  • Ana's work addresses the political economy of basic rights and the primary institutions of international society such as sovereignty, the market and human rights.
Carlos Joly, Fellow
  • As a CISL Fellow, Carlos explores in theory and practice what it means to engage in responsible investment. He is the architect and prime mover of the Investment Leaders Group, established with the vision and support of Natixis Asset Management and CISL in association with 11 other major institutional asset owners and managers.
Philippe Joubert, Fellow
  • Philippe Joubert is Founder and CEO of Earth on Board, an ecosystem of sustainability actors dedicated to informing and helping Boards to put sustainability at the centre of the company’s strategy, achieving an Earth Competent Board.
Tony Juniper, Fellow
  • Tony Juniper CBE is the Executive Director for Advocacy and Campaigns at WWF-UK, a Fellow with the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership and President of the Wildlife Trusts.
Dr Benn Lawson, Fellow
  • Dr Benn Lawson is a University Senior Lecturer in Operations Management at Cambridge Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, and Director of the Centre for Process Excellence & Innovation.
Gareth Llewellyn, Fellow
  • Gareth Llewellyn is the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency's Chief Executive. Gareth was previously Group Safety, Technical and Engineering Director at Network Rail where he was also responsible for sustainable development. Prior to this he was responsible for leading Anglo American's strategy on safety, health and environmental issues, together with matters of sustainable development including human rights.
José Lopez, Fellow
  • José Lopez is former Executive Vice President of Operations, Nestlé SA. In a career spanning more than 30 years at Nestlé, José held a number of positions including Operations Director of the Oceania region and CEO of Nestlé Japan before taking up a role on Nestlé’s Executive Board in February 2007.
Professor Angus Morrison-Saunders, Fellow
  • Angus Morrison-Saunders is Professor in Environmental Management within the School of Science, Edith Cowan University, Australia and Extraordinary Professor in Environmental Sciences and Management at North West University, South Africa. He also currently Adjunct Professor, School of Veterinary and Life Sciences, Murdoch University, Australia and Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Business and Design, Swinburne University of Technology, Sarawak Campus, Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
Dr Jenny Pope, Fellow
  • Dr Jenny Pope is Director of the Western Australian consultancy firm Integral Sustainability, which provides consultancy services to Government and industry on the integration of sustainability concepts into decision-making processes, with a focus on delivering positive sustainability outcomes from major projects. She is also Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management at Edith Cowan University in Australia, and Associate Professor in Environmental Management at North-West University in South Africa.
Professor Juliane Reinecke, Fellow
  • Juliane is Professor of Organizational Behaviour at Warwick Business School and part of the Industrial Relations Research Unit at the University of Warwick.
Dr Farzad Saidi, Fellow
  • Dr Farzad Saidi Farzad is an Assistant Professor at the Stockholm School of Economics, a Research Fellow at the Swedish House of Finance, as well as a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR).
Professor Bob Scholes, Fellow
  • Bob is a Professor of Systems Ecology at the University of the Witwatersrand. He is a systems ecologist with a particular interest in the savannas of Africa. He trained under Prof Brian Walker at the University of the Witwatersrand and Prof Pedro Sanchez at North Carolina State University and has over three decades of field experience in many parts of Africa and the world. He is among the top 1 per cent of environmental scientists worldwide based on citation frequency, publishing widely in the fields of savanna ecology, global change, and earth observation.
Dr Emily Shuckburgh, Fellow
  • Dr Emily Shuckburgh is a climate scientist and co-leads the Polar Oceans division at British Antarctic Survey, which is focused on understanding the role of the polar oceans in the global climate system.
James Stacey, Fellow
  • James is an environment and sustainability professional with 23 years’ experience in commercially focused roles in private equity, banking and consulting. His experience covers a breadth of sectors and geographies.
Dr Wayne Visser, Fellow
  • Prof. Dr Wayne Visser holds the Chair in Sustainable Transformation and is Professor of Integrated Value at Antwerp Management School. He is also Fellow of the University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership. His work as a strategy analyst, sustainability advisor, CSR expert, futurist and professional speaker has taken him to 74 countries in the past 30 years to work with over 150 clients.
Dr Doroteya Vladimirova, Fellow
  • Dr Doroteya Vladimirova is a Senior Research Associate at the Centre for Industrial Sustainability, Institute for Manufacturing at the University of Cambridge where she leads research on value innovation and new business models for a sustainable future.
Professor Yao Wang, Fellow
  • Professor Yao Wang is the Director General of International Institute of Green Finance (IIGF), and the Director of the Research Center for Climate and Energy Finance (RCCEF), Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE), the Deputy Secretary General of Green Finance Committee (GFC) of China Society for Finance and Banking, the Director General of Southern China Guangdong Institute of Science and Technology. She is also the Adjunct Professor of University of Southern Queensland, Australia, and University of Victoria, Australia, and an expert of Asian Development Bank. In 2010–2011, she was a Visiting Fellow at Harvard University.
Professor Yu Xiong, Fellow
  • Prof. Yu Xiong is the Chair of Technology and Operations Management in Newcastle Business School of Northumbria University. Over the period of this appointment he has held the responsibility of Co-Director, North East Innovation Observatory (led by North East Local Economic Partnership), as well as Director of Enterprise Engagement.
Dr Srinivas Yanamandra, Visiting Fellow
  • Dr Srinivas Yanamandra is Chief, Compliance at the New Development Bank (NDB) Headquartered in Shanghai. NDB is established by BRICS member countries to mobilize resources for infrastructure and sustainable development projects in BRICS and other emerging economies and developing countries.

Contributors

Leontino Balbo Junior
  • Leontino Balbo Junior is Agricultural Director of São Francisco and Santo Antonio Sugar Mills, Commercial Director of São Francisco Mill and Executive Vice-President, Native Organic Products.
Dr Claire Barlow
  • Claire is a Senior Lecturer, Institute for Manufacturing, University of Cambridge. She specialises in materials engineering and industrial sustainability, teaching a wide range of topics to undergraduate and postgraduate courses within the University.
Michael Beutler
  • Michael Beutler joined Kering as the Director of Sustainability Operations in September 2011.
Dr Alan Bond
  • Alan is a Senior Lecturer in Environmental Management at the University of East Anglia. He has over 20 years' experience in Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and is currently Course Director of a full-time MSc programme on Environmental Assessment and Management.
Neil Carson
  • Neil Carson joined Johnson Matthey in 1980 and is now the Chief Executive. He was appointed Division Director, Catalytic Systems in 1997 after having held senior management positions in the Precious Metals Division as well as Catalytic Systems in both the UK and the USA.
Sharon Chang
  • Sharon Chang is a media executive, brand strategist, innovation consultant, social entrepreneur, impact investor, and philanthropist.
Caroline Cole
  • Caroline is Industry Panel Chair and is Founder and Director of Colander.
Fabio Colletti Barbosa
  • Since October 2011, Fábio has been CEO of Abril S.A., one of the largest and most influential communication groups in Latin America.
Dr Emma Coonan
  • Emma directs and teaches on Cambridge University Library’s Research Skills Programme, which supports and expands the information skills of students, researchers, and academics across the University of Cambridge.
Professor Robert Costanza
  • Robert is regarded as the founding father of the discipline of ecological economics. He is the author or co-author of more than 500 scientific papers and 20 books, and repeatedly appears on lists of the world’s most influential researchers.
Tim Costello
  • Tim Costello is Chief Executive of World Vision Australia, Australia’s largest international development NGO. He is one of the country’s most recognised voices on social justice, global poverty, leadership and ethics.
Dr Heather Cruickshank
  • Heather Cruickshank is currently a University Lecturer in the Centre for Sustainable Development at the University of Cambridge after joining the Department in March 2000.
Daniela de Fiori
  • Daniela is Vice-President Corporate Affairs & Sustainability, Wal-Mart Brazil. She has primary responsibility for Government & Institutional Relationships, Communications, Customer Service, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility.
Adrian Dobson
  • Adrian Dobson is the Executive Director Members at the Royal Institute of British Architects
Paul Edwards
  • Group General Manager Sustainability for Mirvac, Paul leads an ambitious sustainability strategy for Mirvac which is integrated into everything they do.
Justine Flynn
  • Justine is co-founder and Director of Brand and People at Thankyou, a social enterprise that exists to fund life-changing water, food and hygiene and sanitation projects.
Dr Jack Frost
  • Jack is Director of Johnson Matthey Fuel Cells, Fuel Cells are a non-polluting, low or zero carbon power source for phones, laptops, buildings, buses and cars.
Professor Tom Gladwin
  • Tom is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan where he served as the Max McGraw Professor of Sustainable Enterprise and Director of the Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, jointly in the Ross School of Business and the School of Natural Resources & Environment.
Professor José Goldemberg
  • Professor José Goldemberg is a Brazilian physicist, university educator, scientific leader and research scientist, and leading expert on energy end environment issues.
Mark Gough
  • Mark is the Executive Director of the Natural Capital Coalition, a role he took on in March 2015.
Professor Peter Guthrie, OBE
  • Peter is the first Professor in Engineering for Sustainable Development in the UK, having held this post since 2000. His research is focused on the assessment of large-scale projects for sustainability, and energy efficiency in buildings, and work has included consideration of mixed developments, mining projects, housing, health, and educational buildings.
Bruce Haase
  • With more than 20 years’ experience in international business, Bruce Haase brings both a deep understanding of business sustainability issues and hands-on experience implementing sustainability strategies within commercial organizations.
Jonathon Hanks
  • Jonathon is Managing Director of Incite Sustainability, a leading consultancy that offers advisory services with an advocacy edge.
Dr John Hewson
  • John is Chair of the Asset Owners Disclosure Project, and former leader of the Liberal Party of Australia. he has had a distinguished business career both before and after his political career.
Gerritt Heyns
  • Gerrit is a co-founder of Osmosis Investment Management. He is an active commentator in the global sustainability community.
Dr Andreas Hoepner
  • Dr Andreas Hoepner is a Lecturer in Banking and Finance at St Andrews. He also serves as the Academic Fellow to the United Nation's Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) and as Deputy Director of the Centre for Responsible Banking and Finance at the University of St. Andrews.
Dr Chris Hope
  • Dr Chris Hope is Reader in Policy Modelling at the University of Cambridge.
Dr Hugh Hunt
  • Dr Hunt is a Senior Lecturer in Mechanics in the Department of Engineering at Cambridge University, and a Fellow of Trinity College.
Karen Hussey
  • Karen Hussey is Professor and Deputy Director, Global Change Institute, University of Queensland.
Mark Joiner
  • Mark Joiner is the former Executive Director Finance at National Australia Bank, and former Chairman of the JBWere Board.
Eduardo Jorge
  • Eduardo Jorge Martins Alves Sobrinho, Former Environment Secretary for the City of São Paulo. Eduardo is a medical doctor specialising in public health, and a civil servant at the State of São Paulo´s Health Secretariat.
Professor Melissa Lane
  • Melissa Lane is Professor of Politics at Princeton University, following fifteen years of teaching political thought in the Faculty of History of the University of Cambridge.
Marc le Menestrel, Senior Associate
  • Marc is Associate Professor of the University of Pompeu Fabra Barcelona. A former professional athlete and executive in an oil company, Marc is a decision scientist who works on rational behaviour, the foundations of measurement and ethical business.
Professor Nigel Leader-Williams
  • Nigel recently joined the Department of Geography as Director of Conservation Leadership.
Dr Jeremy Leggett
  • Social entrepreneur Jeremy is founder and chairman of Solarcentury, currently the UK's fastest growing private energy company, and SolarAid, one of Africa's fastest-growing poverty-alleviation charities, set up with Solarcentury profits.
Clarissa Lins
  • Based in Rio de Janeiro, Clarissa is founding partner of Catavento, a private consultancy on sustainability strategy and business models that aims to influence corporate decision makers.
Dr Don Lloyd
  • Don is the Global Managing Partner – Oil & Gas at Environmental Resources Management. In addition, he is the Chair of Brunel Business School External Advisory Board and a Visiting Professor in Risk Management.
Dr Simon Longstaff, AO
  • Dr Simon Longstaff AO is Chief Executive of the St James Ethics Centre.
Charles Macek
  • After a 30-year executive career in financial services Charles has been a professional director for 15 years.
Fergus McCormick
  • Fergus McCormick is a design structural engineer.
Sam Mostyn
  • Sam Mostyn is a non-executive director and sustainability adviser. Her current board roles include Mirvac, Citibank, CoverMore, Transurban and Virgin Australia
Pedro Moura Costa
  • Pedro Moura Costa is President at BVRio Environmental Exchange.
Rajat Nag
  • Rajat Nag is the former Managing Director of the Asian Development Bank. Rajat is a Distinguished Fellow at India’s National Council of Applied Economic Research, Delhi and a Senior Fellow at the Emerging Markets Forum, a think tank based in Washington DC.
Ladislau Martin Neto
  • Ladislau has been a Senior Scientist and Researcher at the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (EMBRAPA) since 1986.
Derry Newman
  • Derry is the retired Chief Executive Officer of Solarcentury. Solarcentury is one of the UK’s leading solar energy companies. As CEO, Derry led the expansion into new markets across Europe and led the introduction of award winning new products.
Tara Norton
  • Tara Norton is the Managing Director of BSR. She leads BSR’s global supply chain practice and directs BSR’s operations in Europe.
Giles Parkinson
  • Giles Parkinson is the founding editor of RenewEconomy.com.au, an Australian-based website that provides news and analysis on cleantech, carbon, and climate issues.
Professor Ken Peattie
  • Ken is Professor of Marketing and Strategy at Cardiff Business School and Director of the ESRC funded BRASS Research Centre based at Cardiff, which specialises in research into business sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
Jonathon Porritt
  • Jonathon is the Co-Founder of Forum for the Future. He is a writer, broadcaster and commentator on sustainable development.
Professor Jorgen Randers
  • Jorgen Randers is a Norwegian environmental scientist, dynamic systems expert and Professor of Climate Strategy at the Norwegian School of Management, where he teaches scenario analysis and corporate responsibility.
Manita Ray
  • Manita Ray is Australian National Manager of Pollinate Energy, a social enterprise which provides Indian slumdwellers with access to affordable clean energy technology.
Katherine Richardson
  • Katherine is a professor in biological oceanography at the University of Copenhagen and leader of the Sustainability Science Centre.
Paul Ronalds
  • Paul joined Save the Children Australia as Chief Executive Officer in July 2013 and is responsible for leading the organisation to increase its impact for vulnerable children and their families.
Stuart Rose
  • Stuart Rose was CEO of global retailer Marks & Spencer from 2004-11, where he launched ‘Plan A’, one of the world’s most ambitious and public sustainability strategies.
Joanne Sainsbury
  • Joanne is an Associate Director at Arup, where she has worked since graduating in 2001 from University of Glasgow, with a degree in Civil Engineering with Architecture.
Nora Scheinkestel
  • Nora Scheinkestel is a non-executive director with current positions including chairman of Macquarie Atlas Roads Ltd and director of Telstra, Stockland and Macquarie Atlas Roads International.
Alexie Seller
  • Alexie is Director of Pollinate Energy, a not-for-profit social enterprise which, through microfinance and distribution networks, provides access to affordable and clean energy technology that improves the livelihood of poor people living in India's urban slums.
Professor Khaled Soufani
  • Professor Khaled Soufani is Deputy Director Executive MBA and a Senior Teaching Faculty in Finance at the University of Cambridge Judge Business School, He holds a Master's degree in Applied Economics and a PhD in Financial Economics.
Susanne Stormer
  • Susanne is Vice President of Corporate Sustainability and Chief Sustainability Officer at Novo Nordisk. She leads Novo Nordisk’s efforts to be a sustainable business and is charged with management of corporate sustainability-driven programmes, the integrated Annual Report, stakeholder engagements and communication on the value of the company’s Triple Bottom Line (TBL) business principle.
Angus Thirlwell, CEO, Hotel Chocolat
  • Angus is CEO of Hotel Chocolat.
Aleksi Tukiainen
  • Aleksi is the Programme Director at Cambridge University Eco Racing (The Royal Academy of Engineering) which builds and races solar powered cars.
Fokko Wientjes
  • Fokko is Vice President of Corporate Sustainability and Public Private Partnerships at Royal DSM.
Elizabeth Wild
  • Elizabeth is Social Responsibility Director, BP International, and has worked at BP since 2000. Her first role was in the Angola business, and then for a pipeline project in the Caucasus. She now leads the social responsibility team in a large central function that covers engineering, HSSE, social responsibility/human rights and risk.
Tony Wood
  • Tony is Energy Program Director at the Grattan Institute. Tony and his team have delivered major reports on energy and climate change since mid-2011.
Dr Ian Woods
  • Ian is Head of Environmental, Social and Governance Investment Research, AMP Capital. Ian has been instrumental in the establishment and continual development of AMP Capital’s approach to the integration of ESG issues into the investment processes of AMP Capital’s Australian and international equity and fixed interest funds.