Board of Directors
Chairs: Philip Dobie (2010 to date) Andrew Binns (2008 to 2010) Derek Osborn (1996–2008) Jonathon Porritt (1993–1996) Sir Peter Harrap (1987–1993)
Present Board includes: Craig Bennett, Craig Jones, Mehjabeen Price,Charles Nouhan, Philippa Drew and Emmanuel Lebaut
Former Board Members (2004-2012):Andy Wales, David Fitzpatrick, Alex Kirby, Malcolm Harper, Jonathan Hodrien,Jim Scott, Vijay Krishnarayan, Andrew Binns. Former Board Members (1993-2004): Action Aid, BP, Christian Aid, Education Caucus, Friends of Earth, Foundation for International Environmental Law and Development, IIED, Local Government Association, Local Government Management Board, Local Government International Bureau, National Farmers Union, National Westminster Bank, New Economics Foundation, Oxfam, Peace Child International, Shell, Severn Trent, Skanska, Television Trust for the Environment, Town and Country Planning Association, Tearfund, Trade Union Congress, United Nations Association, Wales, WaterAid, Woodcraft Folk, Womens Environmental Network, Women's Institute
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