- Paul Chambers is a civil servant in the UK Government Department of Energy and Climate Change. He has worked on a number of energy and environmental policies including transboundary air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions trading and most recently, energy efficiency.
- Juliet Davenport is founder and Chief Executive of Good Energy, the UK's leading renewable electricity supplier, which has 26,000 customers and supports over 1,500 independent green generators. Its goal is to help the UK to a 100% renewable future. Both Good Energy and Juliet have won several awards for their work, including Juliet being named PLUS Markets CEO of the year 2009 and 2010.
- Paul Ekins is Professor of Energy and Environment Policy at the UCL Energy Institute. He was also Founder and Associate Director of Forum for the Future, and has extensive experience consulting for business, government and international organisations. His academic work focuses on the conditions and policies for achieving an environmentally sustainable economy.
- Fazlun Khalid is founder and Director of the Islamic Foundation for Ecology and Environmental Sciences. He has worked extensively in education and initiating environmental projects throughout the Islamic world, as well as in inter-faith and global initiatives including the Alliance of Religions and Conservation, the World Wildlife Fund, the UN's Climate Change Summit (2009) and the World Economic Forum in Davos (2011).
- Satish Kumar has been a peace campaigner and a Jain monk. Born in India, but living in England since 1973, he has become a campaigner and educator in reverential ecology, holistic education and voluntary simplicity. He founded and edits the magazine Resurgence. In 1991, he founded Schumacher College in Devon, a centre for the study of ecological and spiritual values.
- Bill McKibben is an American author, environmentalist, and activist. His
books include The End of Nature (1989), the first book for a common
audience about global warming, and Deep Economy (2007), addressing what
the author sees as shortcomings of the growth economy and envisions a
transition to more local-scale enterprise. He is the co-founder of 350.org,
an international climate campaign that organized 10/10/10, the most
widespread day of action on global warming in history.
- Ann Pettifor is executive director of Advocacy International Ltd and a fellow of the new economics foundation (nef). She is an experienced international speaker and commentator on macro-economics: amongst her publications is The Coming First World Debt Crisis (2006) in which she predicted the global debt-deflationary crisis. From 1994-2001 Ann led the international campaign Jubilee 2000 that resulted in the cancellation of more than $100 billion of debt for 50+ low income countries.
- Elaine Storkey is a Christian academic, writer, broadcaster and campaigner, and has been involved with many organisations seeking to apply the Christian principle of supporting and standing up for the underprivileged, including women and those in the global South. Since 1997 she has been President of Tearfund.