Trustees

We are  fortunate to have the guidance, support and shared experience of trustees whose personal missions in the worlds of sustainability, music and events have made them leaders in their sectors. Find out more about them below: 

Chris Johnson: Energy Revolution Trustee

Chris Johnson

Chris is Co-Founder, Operations Director and Sustainability lead of Shambala Festival. He has spent 17 years pioneering green initiatives that tackle food sourcing, plastics, energy,… Read more >

Ed Gillespie - Energy Revolution Trustee

Ed Gillespie

Ed is a writer, communications specialist, serial entrepreneur and futurist. He co-founded Futerra, an internationally renowned change agency that specialises in business transformation and creative campaigns… Read more >

TomSmallwood

Tom Smallwood

As Director of artist booking agency ‘Diplomats of Sound’ and renowned festival venue ‘Chai Wallahs’ Tom brings a wealth of experience from the live events… Read more >

Thomas Beale

Thomas Beale

Tom has supported social enterprise as a freelance consultant since 2010. At the heart of his work is supporting people to match their aspirations for social change… Read more >

Trustee: Ben Robinson

Ben Robinson

Ben is the Company Director of From the Fields. Promoters, festival organisers and creative minds behind Kendal Calling, Bluedot, Off the Record, Electric Fields & Bournemouth’s… Read more >

Alison Tickell

Alison Tickell

Alison established Julie’s Bicycle in 2007 as a non-profit company helping the music industry reduce its environmental impacts and develop new thinking in tune with global… Read more >

Chris Rutherford

Chris Rutherford

Chris co-founded the award-winning Boomtown Fair, an event at the cutting edge of the festival experience, both in scale and imagination. Part festival and part… Read more >

Liz Warwick

Liz Warwick

Liz is the owner of Lansdowne Warwick Sustainability Consultancy. She has specialised in providing environmental and energy advice since 2008 and is passionate about promoting… Read more >

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