About Jules Peck and how to contact us
Jules is also a Trustee of the think-do tank nef (the New Economics Foundation), a Fellow of the think tank ResPublica, Chairman of the Edelman Sustainability and Citizenship Group, a member of the Advisory Board of Richard Branson’s B Team, a Director of the Happy City movement, a Board member of TEQs (the Tradable Energy Quotas organization), an advisor to Transition Networks a member of the Transition Towns training and consulting strategy group and an adviser to The Green Thing.
Aside from a general broad passion and experience in sustainable development, Jules’ special interests are; the business implications of wellbeing economics, the interface between the corporate world and public policy; and the climate science and policy interface.
Jules has worked in sustainability and wellbeing for 23 years, one third in politics at the EC, in London and in Washington, one third in business and consulting and one third in NGOs includig WWF – where he was Global Policy Adviser for five years.
Jules has extensive experience working at the interface between companies, the third sector and politics and works at the highest CEO and government Minister levels. Jules has worked with and advised many of the worlds largest companies across all sectors including; Shell, Anglo American, HSBC, Unilever, EON, SSE, B&Q Kingfisher, Levis, Whipcar, Rio Tinto, Old Mutual, Carillion, Ford, Starbucks and many others. Jules is also involved in a number of social enterprises and civil society organisations including Transition Towns, Bath and West Community Energy and The People’s Supermarket.
For two years Jules Directed David Cameron’s Quality of Life Commission which led to the Prime Minister calling on the Office for National Statistics to measure and develop policy based on wellbeing.
Jules is a regular blogger for Citizen Renaissance, Left Foot Forward, Compass, Green Alliance, Havard Business Review, The Guardian and others, and a regular tweeter (@citizenjules) and public speaker.
Jules has a London University bachelors degree in Environmental Science and an Imperial College masters in Environmental Business and Law.
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