Alice Swift has been active in the climate movement for over 9 years. She is currently doing a PhD on the European climate camp movement. She is co-founder of the Birmingham Student Housing Co-op and helped launched Fossil Free UK. She is active in Plan C, Reclaim the Power and Ende Gelände.
Al Jackson organises with the Midlands Anti-Fascist Network to confront the far right. He is a member of Plan C and rs21.
Angus Satow is co-founder of Labour for a Green New Deal.
Asad Rehman is Executive Director of War on Want and works on capitalism, empire and climate.
Brendan Montague is editor of The Ecologist, a journal focusing on questions of ecology and social justice.
Clara Paillard is President of the Culture Group in the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union. She campaigns over disability and climate. Clara is involved with the One Million Climate Jobs campaign and Red Green Labour.
Junayd Ul Islam is a 16 year old activist in Youth Strike for Climate in Cambridge. Junayd has been politically active for many years. Four years ago he started a Cambridge branch of the Campaign For Nuclear Disarmament (CND). He’s also in the Labour Party.
Hannah Barker is an Extinction Rebellion activist in Brighton, where she has been the main coordinator for XR’s actions around the 2019 Labour Party conference.
Ida Picard is an activist with Lesbians and Gays Support the Migrants, a queer migrant solidarity organisation that organises direct action and political campaigns. She is also a member of rs21.
Lola Seaton is the author of Green Questions, which appeared in New Left Review earlier this year.
Paul Allen trained as an electrical and electronic engineer, joining the Centre for Alternative Technology in 1988 and working on renewable energy technologies. He has led research at Zero Carbon Britain for ten years.
Raga Makawi of the Sudanese Workers’ Alliance for the Restoration of Trade Unions.
Willie Black is an anti-poverty campaigner living in North Edinburgh. He was one of the founders of Scot.E3 (Employment, Energy and Environment) which campaigns for industrial conversion to tackle the climate emergency.
Zita Holbourne is National Vice President of the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) union. She was a founding member of Black Activists Rising Against Cuts (BARAC). Zita campaigns around the links between climate change, migration and refugees and spoke at COP21 in Paris.