Stuart Evans is an Environmental Philosopher, specialising in animal liberation theory. With over a decade of experience in sales and business development, Stuart's experience in the private sector helps him bridge the gap between the for- and not-for profit sectors. His expertise allows him to see clearly the intersections of environmental issues, drawing attention to the ethical and moral considerations within the wider debates of climate change, capitalism, and our duty in the Anthropocene. He has quickly become a sought-after voice at events and conferences around the UK, frequently delivering conferences and workshops at universities, colleges and organisations around Hampshire.
Kate is a versatile leader with a range of skills and experiences. Throughout her career, she has worked in a variety of fields, including accountancy, retail, and marketing. Her diverse background has given her a unique perspective on the operational tactics of a company, and allows her to understand the complex internal business relationships. Kate is deeply passionate about addressing climate change and understands the importance of clear and concise communication in order to manage the climate crisis. She is a proactive leader who is dedicated to finding solutions and implementing them in the company's strategy.
Cory believes all organisations big or small have the potential to play a role in tackling the climate emergency and is committed to helping develop real sustainable practices which make positive change. Over the past 20 years’ Cory has led communications and sustainability functions across public sector and utilities businesses having previously worked in the media as a Journalist and Editor for the BBC. She is currently Corporate Affairs Director for sustainable waste management company, Biffa. Cory has a deep understanding of environmental legislation and brings a passion for political engagement to the team. She is a keen hiker and year-round sea swimmer and often takes to the water with her beloved water dog paddling beside her.
With over 20 years of experience in marketing, including senior positions at global organizations such as PwC and WS Atkins, Lucy has been a part of the digital transformation movement, helping organizations adopt new technologies for more sustainable solutions. With an MBA and qualifications from the Chartered Institute of Marketing, and certified in Prince 2, she brings a wealth of knowledge to the table. Having spent time in France and London, Lucy has recently returned to their roots and now resides in Basingstoke, Hampshire with her unruly golden retriever and a love for tennis.
Steve is a passionate and dedicated changemaker. A certified Climate Reality Leader, he has spent the last 20 years researching the interconnection of climate and social justice, specialising in the causes, consequences and solutions to climate breakdown and Total System Collapse. Steve possesses a sustainability focussed MA and PgCert, and has worked across industry, local authorities, universities and the charity sector, winning awards for the sustainability initiatives he has introduced. He has the knowledge and experience to ensure that the EAP is held to account against its corporate actions and prioritses planet over profit. Steve can usually be found somewhere in Wessex with walking boots or a book.
Simon is convener of the Centre for Climate Change Action and Education at the University of Winchester, UK. He has twenty years’ experience in higher education, as a programme leader and lecturer in Education Studies and Liberal Arts. Simon undertakes schools outreach work on climate change and sustainability education and conducts theoretical research in radical educational philosophy and policy. He takes part in networks of sustainability educators and researchers in the UK, as well as researching climate education in Svalbard. Simon is Education for Sustainable Development lead within the University of Winchester.