Natascha Radclyffe-Thomas is Professor of Marketing and Sustainable Business at the British School of Fashion. Natascha acknowledges the less desirable aspects of fashion while shining a light on the creativity and collaboration within the business and valuing garments for keeping, mending and sharing.
Andy Extance is a freelance science writer and director of Exeter Community Energy (ECOE). In a bid to find a productive outlet for his frustrations surrounding climate change, Andy shares his experience of being within an organisation helping in the transition to green energy while supporting the local community.
Helena Craig is chair of Black2Nature, an environmental organisation promoting equal access to nature for all through running camps for visible ethnic minority children, conferences and campaigning. An insightful conversation on equality, diversity and inclusion within the environmental sector.
Jen Gale is the founder of Sustainable(ish) and The Knackered Mums Eco Club, author of two sustainable(ish) guide books, podcaster, blogger and speaker. You will get to hear how Jen and her family undertook a make do and mend year, igniting a new career in helping others become more sustainable.
Joy Carey is a Sustainable Food Systems Planning Consultant and founding director of the Bristol Food Network. She manages to deliver insight into a complex subject, gets you thinking about where your food comes from and what happens to waste, and offers a take-home message that is accessible to all.
Melissa Bruntlett is a sustainable, multimodal transport champion; she is co-founder of Modacity, co-author of two books and international communications specialist at Mobycon. Melissa brings to life the experience of living with fewer cars and promotes happier and healthier cities for all.
Nick Milestone is a director at Mercer Mass Timber and chairman of the Timber Research and Development Trade Association (TRADA). He charts his career in construction and provides a compelling story of how timber can reduce the carbon footprint within this global industry.
Dr James Dyke is Assistant Director of the Global Systems Institute at the University of Exeter. He shares his expert insight into climate change, explaining how humans have and continue to impact earth systems to the detriment of all life and the issues surrounding solutions.
Marisha Kay is co-owner of a low impact living shop in Belper, Derbyshire. She shares her experiences and interactions with her community and environment through her involvement in the shop, a community interest recycling company and permaculture.
Pieter van der Gaag is a director at Ecosystem Restoration Communities. In this episode, he talks to me about how this global movement aims to repair broken ecosystems, restore biodiversity and improve the livelihoods of communities, through collaboration of local people and visiting campers.