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Berkhamsted

Bruce Nixon

Any audience
Day/evening

 

Herts, Beds, Bucks, London area. Will consider further afield.

Peak Oil, Climate Change and Sustainability inc. creating a fairer, more sustainable and less violent world, creating sustainable workplaces, creating a happier, more balanced way of life. Discussion encouraged.

"Making sense of peak oil, climate change and sustainability", "Making sense of globalisation".

A veteran "change agent", author, facilitator, speaker, business school teacher, activist, researcher and mentor. Wide corporate experience.
Has written many articles and his latest book "A Better world is possible – what needs to be done and how we can make it happen" is available as a free PDF at: www.brucenixon.com/betterworld.html
and is published by O-Books as a book and E-book.

email: brucenixon@waitrose.com
tel: 01442 863424

Central

Anthony Day


Any audience.
Professional fee required.


Day/evening

All UK for business audiences

Climate change, energy security, peak oil.

 

 

FCMA - speaker, broadcaster and author of book “Will climate change your life?”. Specialises in energy and climate change issues.
website at www.anthony-day.com
Writes blogs at: http://anthonyday.blogspot.com/
Sustainable business podcast at: www.susbiz.biz

email: mail@anthony-day.co.uk
tel:
01904 654986; 07803 616877

Central

Dr. Michael J. Edwards

Any audience
Professional fee required.
Day/evenings

Reasonable distance and Central London

'Denial ain't just a river in  Egypt'

'The sound of sustainability'

'Welcome to the Anthropocene'

'Where there is no vision, the people perish'.

Creating cultural responses to climate change.

Using the threat of climate change to explore and understand the reasons why we have a violent relationship with the natural world. 

A climate change and sustainability expert, environmental educator and internationally acclaimed musician.

A public speaker delivering lectures on climate change and sustainability around the world.

The co-founder of 'Sound Matters', an organisation that uses sound and music to raise awareness of climate change and other environmental issues.

Climate Change Advisor to The Elders: http://theelders.org/

email: wildidge@gmail.com
tel:
07961 513079

Central

Paul Williams


Adult groups, sixth forms
Day/evening

London, Reading, Oxford, or reasonable distance by train
 

All aspects of climate change.

Can speak authoritatively and accessibly on all aspects of climate science:

'Climate science from a climate scientist'.
 

Research fellow and lecturer in climate science at Reading University. Oxford graduate with a first-class physics degree and PhD in atmospheric and oceanic physics.  Has published widely in scientific literature; recently lead author of a climate change report commissioned by the European Parliament. Recently described in Sunday Times as "one of the best young scientists working in Britain today".
www.met.reading.ac.uk/~williams

email: p.d.williams@reading.ac.uk
tel: 0118 378 8424 (work)