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Award winning disability campaigner, social entrepreneur and changemaker
Monty's personal story is one of triumph over adversity including overcoming bankruptcy and depression to the glittering career he has now. He's incredibly engaging, charismatic and passionate about how we can all make the world a better place through reconnecting with each other.
Tim started out in advertising, before moving setting up cobra sports, described by 3i as 'a gem of a company'. He is now a bestselling author and business speaker whose book called "I want to make a difference" is all about understanding people's need for personal and professional excellence.
Became blind at 17 and now is a presenter, social media influencer, YouTuber and disability rights campaigner
Co-founder of Green & Black's, the world's first organic chocolate, and the first Fairtrade marked product. The tale of how it all began has become a blueprint for sustainable business everywhere, studied in business schools and featured in countless newspaper stories, from Newsweek to the UK's The Daily Telegraph.
Former Tomorrow's World and Robot Wars presenter. Philippa has a degree in environmental science and now produces and presents wildlife programmes for the BBC, Discovery Channel and National Geographic.
The Juggling Coach and Environmentalist. Dusty has been a professional juggler and delivers juggling workshops and sessions for corporate events to demonstrate accelerated learning. Dusty is also a founder of Green Roofs and passionate environmentalist.
Founder of Peace One Day (POD) which created and promotes the UN backed Peace Day on 21st September each year. A big part of PoDs awareness campaign is through educational materials which are supplied to schools around the world, including many online learning tools.
A former Digital Security Journalist of the Year, Misha is an author and journalist with a rich background in cyber security, geopolitics, criminology and broadcasting. His non fiction book, McMafia was turned into a thriller by the BBC.
Baroness Susan Greenfield CBE is a British scientist, writer, broadcaster and member of the House of Lords. Specialising in the physiology of the brain, Susan researches the impact of 21st century technologies on the mind, how the brain generates consciousness and novel approaches to neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. She appears regularly on radio and television and frequently gives talks to the public and private sector.
Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson DBE is Britain's most successful Paralympic athlete ever! She is now an active member of the Upper House and a popular speaker.
Tanni Grey Thompson
At twenty-three, Bear Grylls became the youngest Briton to climb Mount Everest. Two years before, he had broken his back in a parachuting accident. Since then he has circumnavigated Britain on a jet ski, was the first person to canoe the antarctic and was the first person to paraglide over Everest. A born adventurer.
Polar explorer and an authority on Climate Change, having seen its effects first hand. Pen is unique in combining a business background, and exceptional team leadership experience, with recent, world class, ground-breaking achievements in the Arctic and Antarctic.
Dave Hampton's career spans design, engineering, architecture, property, construction, facilities and innovation and he has advised on sustainability, social responsibility, and environmental and energy management. As the Carbon Coach he is equally at home in the boardroom and the boiler room.
For over a quarter of a century Roger Harrabin has been one of the media's most influential voices on environment, transport, energy and related topics. He is currently the BBC's Environment Analyst, working across all media from the Today Programme to the Ten O'Clock News, Newsnight and BBC World.