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Alex Kirby

Mr Alex Kirby is a British journalist. He worked for nearly twenty years for the British Broadcasting Corporation. From 1987 to 1996, he was environment correspondent for BBC News, working in both radio and television

Andy Wales

Andy Wales, Group Head of Sustainable Development at SABMiller. His previous roles include the Group Head of Environment and Corporate Responsibility at Severn Trent Plc and Sustainability Director, Europe Asia Pacific at Interface Inc.

Johnathan Hodrien

Jonathan Hodrien is the Business Development Manager of Environment & Sustainability at the University of Surrey. He was also previously the Group Environment Manager for the NatWest Group and the Director of Friends of Conservation.

Malcolm Harper

Malcolm Harper worked for Oxfam for 18 years, during which time he contributed to projects in East and West Africa and Cambodia. He is also a Governor of International Students' House in London, Chair of the International Broadcasting Trust and its Third World and Environment Broadcasting Project and a former member of the Board of Director of Stakeholder Forum and now chairs their Policy advisory Panel

David Fitzpatrick

David has worked within the private, public, education and not for profit sectors. For the past 22 years he has been running charitable organisations. David has recognised expertise within sustainable development and maintains links with that area of work as a voluntary director of a number of organisations, including the Sustainable Development Foundation and here with the UN's Stakeholder Forum for a Sustainable Future.

Roger Yates

Roger Yates is currently head of Action Aid's international emergencies and conflict team.

Jim Scott

Jim Scott is currently the Chairperson of Save Our World


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