Environment / Sustainability Speakers

Sorrel Wilby

Award winning adventurer, author photographer, journalist, television presenter, keynote speaker and artist, Sorrel Wilby is a multi-faceted young woman who has big dreams - and the courage to follow them. Her chosen career is to adventure into the world's wildest and most remote areas and her dream is to inspire others to push themselves to the limits to follow their dreams. Last year Sorrel c ...

Stacey Thomson

Ranger Stacey is a well-known name in Australian children's television and is a favourite with young and old audiences alike. As one of the original Totally Wild presenters when the program began in 1992, Stacey continues to research, write and present stories. Her environmental background and natural, bubbly personality make her a valuable member of the Totally Wild team. ...

Susan Greenfield

One of the UK's leading communicators of science, Professor Baroness Greenfield is a distinguished scientist, broadcaster, writer and best selling author of 'The Human Brain: A Guided Tour' and 'Brain Story' among others. She is a Professor of Pharmacology at Oxford, which she holds jointly with her position as Director of the Royal Institution of Great Britain. She has presented numerous TV and r ...

Tim Jarvis AM

Tim Jarvis AM is an environmental scientist, author, adventurer and public speaker with Masters degrees in environmental science and environmental law. He is committed to finding pragmatic solutions to major environmental issues related to climate change and biodiversity loss. He uses his public speaking engagements, films and books about his expeditions/work to progress thinking in these areas.

Tim Wilson

International Public Policy Analyst, Media Commentator and Presenter Tim is one of Australia's most challenging opinion makers drawing on strong philosophical principles, backed up with evidence, while maintaining a real-world edge. Passionate. Controversial. Fearless. He's not afraid to be outspoken in offering an optimistic solutions-focused perspective on local and international issues that ge ...

Trisha Broadbridge

Trisha Broadbridge is a member of the Reach Foundation, an Australian organisation that promotes youth self-esteem. Trisha founded the Reach Broadbridge Fund, that specialises in leading workshops and camps that give teenagers a place where they can go a little crazy, connect with others and be heard. After losing her husband, Troy Broadbridge, in the 2004 Asian Tsunami, Trisha joined forces with ...

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