Welcome to the biggest green awards in the UK. We’re now in our eighth year. Our fantastic judges come from all backgrounds and interests, but they all hold dear to their hearts, the desire to preserve the fragile environment we all live in.
Jordan bubbles with enthusiasm for anything to do with renewable energy or electric vehicles and is extremely passionate about doing her bit to create a more sustainable future.
With several years experience within the industry and her whole career being in Sales and Marketing, Jordan is the driving force behind the myenergi brand and key player in bridging the gap between Renewable Energies and EV’s.
Cat Fletcher is a waste activist and all-round resource goddess. An Australian mother of three, she is also a founding member, director and head of media for Freegle, a UK online reuse network with 2.6 million members.
Katie Hill, director editor in chief and of MyGreenPod.com and MyGreenPod magazine (with The Guardian) and co-editor of GreenSpirit magazine, spent years investigating consumer detriment at Which? as a senior writer, investigative journalist and deputy editor, and has written and edited BBC and commercial content for radio and online media.
Safia Minney, MBE, is an award-winning social entrepreneur & internationally recognised for the company she founded, People Tree, a pioneer of sustainable fashion. She led the business as Global CEO for 20+ years in Japan & Europe. Safia is recognised by the World Economic Forum as an Outstanding Social Entrepreneur and is a leading influencer and international speaker on sustainable business and supply chains, climate action and Fair Trade.
Safia is an advisor, executive coach and author of 9 books including; ‘Slave to Fashion’, campaigning to eradicate modern day slavery in the fashion industry and ‘Slow Fashion - Aesthetics meets Ethics’. Safia recently launched www.realsustainability.org to promote sustainable living and leadership and joined other business leaders inspired by XR to establish www.businessdeclares.org.
Jo is a pioneer and committed supporter of all things organic and natural. She is the founder of Jo Wood Organics, a successful and award-winning organic fragrance and beauty range, and lives in Kingston, London. Jo says her philosophy 'is about respecting our bodies and our Earth. If we work with Nature, rather than abusing it, we will all reap the benefits'
Oliver is founder of Heath Design Ltd, an architectural and interior design practice combining three key strands: sustainable design, consumer engagement and communications to inspire the uptake of future homes. He stimulates the adoption of happier, healthier places to live and work through his projects as designer, writer and TV presenter.
Hugh Jones is Managing Director – Advisory at the Carbon Trust, leading an expert team helping business solve problems around sustainability, resource efficiency, supply chain risk and technology implementation. He has led projects and developed propositions in numerous sectors and disciplines, including supply chain sustainability and water impact.
Jarvis Smith is a communications expert, TV personality, singer/songwriter and founder of the P.E.A. (People. Environment. Achievement.) Awards. Conscious living dominates his personal and professional life, leading him to co-found MyGreenPod.com and MyGreenPod magazine - Europe’s largest ethical lifestyle and business publication - with The Guardian. The P.E.A. Awards recognise those individuals who have made an outstanding contribution towards a sustainable society.
Daniel is an angel investor and health activist. As the visionary MD behind Equinox Kombucha, he is currently leading a revolutionary disruption of the soft drinks industry. Having previously spent 13 years in real estate finance and equity, he is passionate about developing business as a force for social transformation.
Martin Wright is a writer and consultant on environmental solutions and sustainable futures. Formerly Editor in Chief of Green Futures Magazine and Director of Forum for the Future (India), he is a Director of Positive News, a regular contributor to The Guardian and a TEDx speaker.