Ben Fogle is an award-winning Broadcaster and adventurer. He has written 9 Sunday Times Best selling books and is the United Nations Patron of the Wilderness.
Oliver is the founder of Oliver Heath Design Ltd, an architectural and interior design practice focussed on delivering health & wellbeing in the built environment through evidenced based, human centred design.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall is a multi-award-winning writer and broadcaster known for his uncompromising commitment to seasonal, ethically produced food and his concern for the environment.
Max La Manna
Max La Manna is a low-waste chef, award-winning author, and host for BBC Earth food shows. Max’s debut cookbook More Plants Less Waste was awarded the Most Sustainable Cookbook in 2020 by Gourmand.
An award winning, international social entrepreneur, speaker and advisor, Safia has 20 years+ of experience as a Global CEO of the company she founded, People Tree, developing the first sustainable and Fair Trade supply chains and standards with advisory roles with industry bodies.
Andrea has worked as a journalist for a range of publications including The Daily Mail, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, Channel 4, Glamour and Grazia, before joining Marie Claire. For much of her career, Andrea has specialised in investigative journalism and loves helping bring to light inspirational stories from people who traditionally have not been given a voice in mainstream media.
Melissa celebrates easy and affordable healthy food that everyone can enjoy as well to brighten up your mealtimes.She began her food career as a private chef for international actors and bands, including take that, and has written and co-written four bestselling books published internationally: the art of eating well, good +simple, eat happy and eat green.
Pauline established her first multi-disciplinary health clinic in 2004, bringing together a team of highly skilled health professionals. Following her training in Nutrition, she founded the high street company, Sow & Arrow, a health food store focused on high-quality, nutrient-dense food and supplements, with an emphasis on health optimisation and sustainability.
Lucy Siegle is a UK based journalist and broadcaster who specialises in climate and nature. She has contributed internationally to climate and nature protection including through the UN Oceans Dialogue and the COP26 summit.
By Rotation is the world’s first social rental app enabling users to rent and lend from each other’s wardrobes. After travelling to her motherland Rajasthan, India, for her honeymoon and witnessing the first-hand effects of textile waste, Eshita founded By Rotation as a side hustle alongside her full time job in investment management.
In Jarvis Smith two worlds collide with dynamic effect. On one hand a proud hippie, mystic, self-confessed tree-hugger and radical eco-warrior, Jarvis is also a thought leader, media entrepreneur, speaker and renowned online retail businessman.
David joined Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS) as CEO in November 2017. IGS is a Scottish-based agritech business, and David’s strategic appointment was made to raise investment through a Series A and subsequent Series B funding round, recruit a world-class management team and drive global expansion.
Klaus Mitchell has always had a passion for health and nutrition, initially coming top of his year for Human Biosciences BSc from the University of Exeter, and then doing a masters in The Genetics of Human Disease MSc on a full scholarship at University College London.
Sara is a conscious innovator, expert in how to buy consciously, impact entrepreneur, and a transformational mentor. Her list of accomplishments include pioneering the world’s first 100% sustainable luxury denim brand and being the recipient of Grazia magazine’s award for sustainable entrepreneur of the year.
Ana Santi is a journalist, editor, and author. She writes across a range of subjects, including sustainability, activism, fashion and business. Ana's work has been featured in publications such as The Times and the Guardian and she has been a commentator for the BBC, Sky News, and Woman’s Hour.
Douglas Mc Master
Douglas began his career in 2003 at Winteringham Fields, a then two Michelin-starred restaurant. From there, he moved to London to work at Fergus Henderson’s ST. JOHN, which he credits as forming the foundation of his career.
Lisa Marley is a popular plant-based chef, nutrition coach, and television presenter. She cooks up flavorful, appetizing, and modern plant-based recipes inspired by her love of food. To her, quality food isn't just a job: it's a way of life. Developing and sharing planet-friendly recipes with low carbon emissions, recipes that don’t compromise on taste is a passion.
Joycelyn Longdon is a Cambridge University PhD student and environmental activist-academic. Her research takes an interdisciplinary approach, combining specialised and dynamic methods to investigate the role of technology in forest conservation.
Lucy Peacock is the category lead for Pre-loved Fashion at eBay UK, leading the way in developing and growing Fashion’s circular economy. By collaborating across the industry, Lucy works to make circular business models easy and economically viable.
Claire Barnett is a leader and campaigner in the gender equality space. Currently she serves as Executive Director of UN Women UK, where she has created flagship campaign 'Safe Spaces Now', transforming public spaces to prevent sexual harassment and increase safety for women, girls and marginalised people across the UK.
My role is to improve how each of our Group companies manages the human rights impact – from responsible marketing to labour rights in supply chains or how we respect the rights of our staff and direct sellers. Avon to Aesop, Natura Cosmeticos to The Body Shop.
Andrea is a chartered engineer and environmentalist. Andrea worked for over 10 years leading the transition to a circular built environment through delivering consultancy work, as Sustainability Manager at HS2, supporting the development of the GLA Circular Economy Statement Guidance and leading the London cluster of the EU Horizon 2020-funded CIRCuIT project.
In the spring of 2021, Mark became Sous chef for the opening of Brasserie Astoria, a new venture by 3 Michelin Star holder Bjorn Frantzen. He spent part of the summer of 2020 cooking on the fjords of Norway before heading to Sweden, to cook in one of Stockholms most prestigious establishments alongside Swedens top female chef at The Fotografiska Bread and Wine Venue.
Sophie is the Business Development Manager on the Beauty, Wellbeing and Textiles team at Soil Association Certification, she also sits on the communications board of COSMOS, helping to shape consumer understanding of certified organic and natural products.
Back in 1988 when Mark was backpacking and travelling around the world, he drew particularly attached to Bali and also Kathmandu, and started having pieces made there and bringing them back to London to sell, and in 1988 Komodo was born.