The Editorial Team

Duncan Brack

Duncan Brack
Duncan Brack is an independent policy analyst and adviser, and an Associate of Chatham House and Green Alliance. From 2010 to 2012 he was a special adviser to the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, Chris Huhne. He is also Vice Chair of the Liberal Democrats’ Federal Policy Committee and its manifesto writing group. In 2007, with Richard Grayson and David Howarth, he edited Reinventing the State: Social Liberalism for the 21st Century.

 

 

Neil Stockley

Neil Stockley

Neil Stockley is a director of a communications consultancy and a former policy director for the Liberal Democrats. He has been involved for some years in developing energy and climate change policies for the party and chaired the working group that produced Zero Carbon Britain (2007).  He is currently chairing the policy working group on the transition to a zero carbon Britain.

Neil has contributed to a number of Liberal Democrat-related publications, including the Dictionary of Liberal Thought and writes a blog about political narratives.

In New Zealand, he was an executive assistant to the Prime Minister, David Lange and was director of the Parliamentary Labour Research Unit.

Neil lives in London with his wife, Jo Christie-Smith, and their young son.


Paul Burall

Paul Burall
Paul is a freelance writer specialising in environmental issues, especially the links between business, design and the environment. A former County and District Councillor, Paul has served as Vice Chair and a Policy Council member of the Town and Country Planning Association and was a Board member of the East of England Development Agency.

 

 

 

Mike_Tuffrey

Mike Tuffrey
Mike has combined his public service career with working in business to help large companies adopt strategies for sustainable growth. After qualifying as a chartered accountant with KPMG, he was director of a national charity before founding Corporate Citizenship, an international management consultancy for responsible and sustainable business.

In public life, he served as an inner city councillor and leader for twelve years, before spending the last decade elected to the London Assembly, where he was a member of the London Sustainable Development Commission. Currently he is chair of the London Region Liberal Democrats and convenes the Liberal Sustainability Network.

Twitter: @MikeTuffrey Web: www.miketuffrey.com