Distinguished Fellows

  • Mark Dibben

    Distinguished Fellow

    Mark Dibben is an Associate Professor of Management at the University of Tasmania, Hobart, and Visiting Professor in Applied Process Thought at the Centre for Process Studies in Claremont, California. Read More …

  • Ros Wade

    Distinguished Fellow

    Ros Wade is Professor of Education for Sustainability (EFS) at London Southbank University, Chair of the London Regional Centre in Expertise in EFS and a Distinguished Research Fellow of the Read More …

  • Julian Jones

    Distinguished Fellow

    Julian volunteers for Water21, a non profit Agenda 21 organisation. In 1984 he resigned as UK sales director for Bauer (water & waste engineering) to address public health issues linked Read More …

  • Frank Stowell

    Distinguished Fellow

    Formerly Campus Director of the De Montfort University campus at Milton Keynes and now Emeritus Professor of Systems and Information Systems at the University of Portsmouth. He has a PhD Read More …

  • Gerald Midgley

    Distinguished Fellow

    Gerald Midgley is Professor of Systems Thinking in the Centre for Systems Studies, Business School, University of Hull, UK. He also holds Adjunct Professorships at the University of Queensland, Australia; Read More …

  • Sue Evans

    Distinguished Fellow

    Sue Evans is Director of Bristol Local Citizens Advice and is involved in the work and development of The Citizens Advice service regionally in the South West and nationally. She Read More …

  • Marvin Rees

    Distinguished Fellow

    Marvin Rees is the Mayor of Bristol and a founder of the New Futures programme (formerly known as the Bristol Leadership Programme) investing in the development of high ability, high aspiration young Read More …

  • U.N.Ravi Kumar

    Distinguished Fellow

    U.N.Ravi Kumar [1959], a mechanical engineer from the university of Mysore, specialized in technology and society interface work with special reference to development of appropriate technology interventions, sustainable development practices and rural Read More …

  • Jeremy Leggett

    Distinguished Fellow

    Dr Jeremy Leggett is founding director of Solarcentury (1997 – present), one of the world’s most admired solar energy companies, and founder and Chairman of SolarAid (2006 – present), a Read More …

  • Hugh Atkinson

    Distinguished Fellow

    Hugh is a senior lecturer in political science and sustainability at London South University. His current research is focused on local democracy and sustainability. His latest book Local democracy, civic Read More …

  • Vala Ragnarsdóttir

    Distinguished Fellow

    Dr Kristín Vala Ragnarsdóttir is Professor of Sustainability Science at the Institute of Earth Sciences and Institute for Sustainability Studies at the University of Iceland (UI). Prior to moving to Read More …

  • Jonathan Dawson

    Distinguished Fellow

    Jonathan Dawson is a socio-economist with wide experience as an educator, researcher, author, consultant and project manager. He is currently Head of Economics at Schumacher College and is the principal Read More …

  • Steve Waddell

    Distinguished Fellow

    Steve Waddell is founding Executive Director of Global Action Network Net (GAN-Net) and Leadership for Change (an executive management program at Boston College), founder of the Strategy-Structure-Governance Community of Practice (SSGCoP), Steward Read More …

  • Stephen Sterling

    Distinguished Fellow

    Stephen Sterling is Professor of Sustainability Education,  Director, Centre for Sustainable Futures and Head of Sustainability Education at the University of Plymouth. He is also a Visiting Research Fellow at Bath Read More …

  • Tim Smit

    Distinguished Fellow

    Tim Smit read Archaeology and Anthropology at Durham University and for ten years in the music industry as composer/producer in both rock music and opera. He is Chief Executive, Development Read More …

  • Molly Scott-Cato

    Distinguished Fellow

    Molly Scott Cato is Professor of Strategy and Sustainability at Roehampton University and has worked for several years as a green economist. In 2009 she published Green Economics: An Introduction Read More …

  • Jonathon Porritt

    Distinguished Fellow

    Jonathon Porritt is co-founder of Forum for the Future and co-Director of The Prince of Wales’s Business. He writes and comments frequently on the topic of sustainable development. He was Read More …

  • Mary Mellor

    Distinguished Fellows

    Mary Mellor is Emeritus Professor in the Department of Social Science at Northumbria University in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, where she taught in the areas of sociological theory, research methods Read More …

  • Donnie Maclurcan

    Distinguished Fellow

    Donnie Maclurcan aims to inspire creative and just transitions to truly sustainable societies, where people think critically, act collectively and live considerately. He completed a PhD in social science: ‘Nanotechnology Read More …

  • Ruth Levitas

    Distinguished Fellow

    Ruth Levitas is a Professor of Sociology at the Bristol University. She is well-known for her work on the concept of Utopia and on poverty and social exclusion. She is Read More …

  • Donna Ladkin

    Distinguished Fellow

    Donna Ladkin is Professor of Leadership and Ethics at Cranfield School of Management, Cranfield University in the UK. Originally from the USA, Donna did her first degree at Yale University where Read More …

  • Peter Harper

    Distinguished Fellow

    Peter Harper is Head of Research and Innovation at the Centre for Alternative Technology (www.cat.org.uk). He takes an interdisciplinary, evidence approach to sustainability, emphasising the physical constraints. He was a Read More …

  • Stephan Harding

    Distinguished Fellow

    Stephan Harding has a degree in Zoology at the University of Durham and a doctorate on the behavioural ecology of the muntjac deer at Oxford University. After Oxford Stephan was Read More …

  • David Gibbon

    Distinguished Fellow

    David Gibbon’s fields of expertise include Facilitation, Research and Consultancy in Farming Systems and Rural Livelihoods, Interdisciplinary and Participatory Learning Systems, Organic Farming Research and development and Institutional monitoring and Read More …

  • Juliet Davenport

    Distinguished Fellow

    Juliet Davenport is the founder and CEO of Good Energy Group PLC. She graduated from Merton College, Oxford in 1989, where she studied atmospheric physics and developed her interest in Read More …

  • John Blewitt

    Distinguished Fellow

    John Blewitt is a Senior Lecturer at Aston University, Birmingham, UK, where he is Co-Director of the MSc Social Responsibility and Sustainability. He is a member of the IUCN Commission Read More …

  • Barbara Adam

    Distinguished Fellow

    Barbara Adam is Emerita Professor at Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences. The social temporal has been her intellectual project throughout her academic career, resulting in five research monographs and a large Read More …