The Natural Edge Project: Mentors

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The Natural Edge Project: Mentors

"Supporters of The Natural Edge Project include;" [1]

  • Alan AtKisson – Author, Believing Cassandra: An Optimist Looks at a Pessimist's World (See more about TNEP and Alan AtKisson...)
  • Alan Talbot – Retired partner, Price Waterhouse
  • Amory Lovins – CEO Rocky Mountain Institute, co-author Natural Capitalism and Factor 4
  • Andrew Donovan – Triple Bottom Line Australia, President of Environment Victoria
  • Barry Grear, AO – World Federation of Engineering Organisations, WFEO ComTech
  • Barry Jones – Commissioner for Innovation Victoria, former President ALP
  • Bill Leane – Executive Manager, Barton Group
  • Bill Rourke, AO FTSE – Special adviser to President of WFEO
  • Brendan Mackey – Chair of the Earth Charter International Education Advisory Committee
  • Brendan Smyth – Leader, Liberal Party ACT
  • Cameron Tonkinwise – Executive Officer, Change Design Foundation
  • Cathy Zoi – Assistant Director General, Chemicals and Waste, NSW EPA
  • Chris Strauss – Deputy Director, Centre for Green Chemistry, Monash University
  • Christine Loh - CEO, Civic Exchange, Hong Kong (for the hotlink
  • Daniella Tilbury – Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Development, Macquarie University
  • David Kimber – Chair, Triple Bottom Line Australia
  • David Shearman – Founder Society of Doctors for the Environment, Australia
  • David Singleton – Chief Executive Officer, Arup Australasia, 2003 Brunnel Laureate
  • Charlie and Cheryl with David Singleton
  • David Suzuki – Author, Earth Time and Good News for a Change
  • David Yencken – University of Melbourne
  • Dexter Dunphy – University of Technology Sydney
  • Dick Smith – Australian Adventurer and Entrepreneur
  • Don Henry – Executive Director, Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Doug Jones – President, Institution of Engineers Australia 2004/05 (Engineers Australia)
  • Cheryl with Doug Jones
  • Fiona Wain – Chief Executive Officer, Environment Business Australia
  • Frank Fenner – John Curtin School of Medical Research, Prime Minister’s Prize, Science 2002
  • Gary Codner – President, Environmental College, Institution of Engineers Australia
  • Geoff Garrett – Chief Executive Officer, CSIRO
  • Mike with Geoff Garrett and his wife Janet
  • Gerry Te Kapa Coates – President, Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand
  • Heather Tallent – Outreach Coordinator, University Leaders for a Sustainable Future
  • Ian Lowe – Griffith University
  • Istemi Demirag – Chair, British Accounting Association's Corporate Governance Group
  • Janis Birkeland - Author of 'Design for Sustainability' (See more about TNEP and Janis...)
  • Jim McKnoulty – President, Australian Green Development Forum
  • Jo Hume – Operations Manager, NZ Business Council for Sustainable Development
  • Jo Baker, AO – ACT Commissioner for the Environment
  • John Boshier – Chief Executive, Institution of Engineers Australia
  • John White – Managing Director, Global Renewables Limited
  • John White - Dean, Anglia Law School, Anglia Polytechnic University, Chelmsford, England
  • John Cole – Director, Sustainable Industries Division, Queensland EPA
  • Kate MacMasters – Mittagong Forum Facilitator; recent MSusDev graduate
  • Keith Daniel – Australian Academies of Science
  • Maggie Hine – Sustainability Partnerships Officer, Office of Sustainability, South Australia
  • Martin Dwyer – Director, Engineering Practice, Institution of Engineers Australia
  • Takahashi – Director, Institute of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
  • Mathis Wackernagel, PhD – Sustainability Program Director, Redefining Progress
  • Mei Ng – Director, Friends of the Earth, Hong Kong
  • Michael Mobbs – Sustainable Homes, Choice Magazine Publication.
  • Michael Fairbanks - On the Frontier, Head of Country Competitiveness™
  • Michael Krockenberger – Strategic Director, Australian Conservation Foundation
  • Mick Pearce - leading International Sustainable Design Architect (See more about TNEP and Mick...)
  • Mike Young – CSIRO Land and Water
  • Nick Moraitis - Strategy and Partnership Coordinator, TakingITGlobal
  • Molly Harris Olsen – EcoFutures, convener of the Business Leaders Forum on Sustainability
  • Monica Vandenberg – Chairperson, on behalf of Triple Bottom Line Australia
  • Moss Cass – Past Minister for the Environment (Whitlam Government)
  • Paul Perkins – Chief Executive of ACTEW Corporation on behalf of the Barton Group
  • Peter Greenwood – President, Institution of Engineers Australia 2003/04 (Engineers Australia)
  • Peter Ottesen – Director, Office of Sustainability, Chief Ministers Department, ACT
  • Phillip Toyne – EcoFutures, convener of the Business Leaders Forum on Sustainability
  • Ric Brazzale – Executive Director, Australian Business Council for Sustainable Energy
  • Roger and Jean Venables – Managing Director, Crane Environmental UK, 2001 Brunnel Laureate
  • Ron Clarke – Mayor, Gold Coast City Council
  • Ronnie Harding – Director, Institute of Environmental Studies, UNSW
  • Sara Parkin – Director, Education & Learning Program, Forum for the Future, UK
  • Simon Molesworth – President, Environment Institute Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ)
  • Steven Boyden – Co-coordinator of the Nature and Society Forum
  • Steve Halls – Previous Director, UNEP International Environment Technology Centre (to May 2005)
  • Steve Williamson – Director, Marketing and Communication, Engineers Australia
  • Sue Lennox – Oz GREEN, Director, Australian Programs
  • Suzanne Benn, PhD – School of Management, University of Technology, Sydney
  • Tony Ridley – President, Commonwealth Engineers Council
  • Trevor Daniell – Environmental Engineering Society
  • Tricia Caswell – Chief Executive Officer, RMIT Global Sustainability Unit
  • William McDonough – Co-Founder, McDonough Braungart Design Chemistry (MBDC)

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  1. Mentors, The Natural Edge Project, accessed May 29, 2008.