Following a varied business career, then a period of study in Environment and Development, Fraser has in recent years been strongly involved in campaigns, the not for profit sector and carbon emissions reduction.
He is trustee of the National Energy Foundation, Director of Strategic Operations at think tank the Overseas Development Institute, and was for five years at Energy Saving Trust where he was COO. He has been a long term supporter of a range of NGOs pushing for new economic models and environmental sustainability, and was for three months in 2007 a cut the carbon marcher campaigning with Christian Aid for a strong UK climate bill - debating with community groups, business leaders and politicians around the UK whilst marching 1000 miles.
In his previous life he was for many years a director of beer, restaurant and pub businesses for Whitbread; went on to establish a services business employing 1500 people in India and the UK; an economist, accountant, and remains a regularly gigging musician.
Nicole Bakker has been an environmental activist for years.
She worked for ten year at Friends of the Earth in the Netherlands and did campaigns on traffic, agriculture and climate. Later on she worked as an interim manager for many NGOs.
As organisational manager at 10:10 Netherlands she’s been involved in 10:10 from the beginning. As a board member she brings an international perspective to the discussion.
Chris is a geography graduate from the university of Durham, where he first became interested in sustainability, resource management and the environment.
On graduation he decided to pursue a career in law and joined the City firm Cameron Markby Hewitt (now CMS Cameron McKenna) in 1990 because it had an environmental practice. Chris found that working for the major corporates was not what he had in mind in relation to enviromental law and qualified into the firm's litigation department in 1992, where he worked for nearly four years. He decided to leave the law to become a legal recruiter in 1996.
Chris has had a successful career in legal recruitment, having become a director with the market leading legal recruitment company of the 90's, QD Legal, and then as one of three founding directors of First Counsel, which was set up in 2003. While there Chris led First Counsel's 10:10 efforts which resulted in a 35% reduction in the company's footprint in 2010. He left First Counsel in summer 2012, and has now set up his own recruitment company – Cayley & Co – as well as taking up a role as non-executive director with 10:10.
Chris is excited to be involved with 10:10 and its future progress. He was immediately drawn to it because of its call for very achievable and direct action by individuals to make a difference. He sees this as a very real way to get people more engaged and thinking positively about the issue of climate change and what can be done, which is essential for the issue to increase its place in mainstream thinking.
Chris is married to Fiona and has three children, Catriona, Madeleine and Matthew.
Joss Garman is now the political director of Greenpeace UK, where he has worked on the climate change campaign for more than five years.
He previously co-founded Plane Stupid, the successful campaign to stop airport expansion. The Guardian described him as "one of the fifty people who could save the planet," and he has written on climate change for The Times, Observer, Guardian, Independent and Huffington Post.
After stints working in London for the Australian Tourist Commission and in financial PR for the Brunswick Group, Eugenie joined with David Robinson to found We Are What We Do, a new kind of movement inspiring people to change the world one small action at a time.
While at WAWWD, Eugenie managed a range of projects including the books, Change the World for a Fiver (2004) and Change the World 9 to 5 (2006) and a collaboration with Anya Hindmarch to create the iconic "I'm not a plastic bag" shopper (2007). Eugenie was director of 10:10 from November 2009 to February 2011, and currently works as global director at The Funding Network.
Alex is a fundraising consultant. Over the last 15 years she has raised many millions of pounds for a mixed bag of charities close to her heart - including Shelter, Green Alliance, the RSA and CARE International - and consulted to dozens more on strategy, high level fundraising and capital campaigns.
She has been a supporter of 10:10 since its inception, both financially and through providing voluntary fundraising support. She's particularly fired up by renewable energy, especially where it can be locally generated and owned by communities, so 10:10's Solar Schools campaign has always had her weak at the knees.
Her favourite thing about 10:10 is the incredible energy of the organisation and its ability to tell powerful stories in a positive way. Alex is currently living in Devon studying ecology and world changing via an MSc in Holistic Science at Schumacher College.
Tony Juniper is an independent sustainability and environment adviser, including as a Senior Associate with the Cambridge University Program for Sustainability Leadership and as Special Advisor with the Prince’s Charities Foundation International Sustainbility Unit.
He advises international companies and speaks and writes on many aspects of sustainability. He is the editor of GREEN magazine.
He is the author of several books, including the award winning Parrots of the World, Spix's Macaw and How Many Light Bulbs Does It Take To Change A Planet? He was a co-author of Harmony, with HRH The Prince of Wales and Ian Skelly.
He began his career as an ornithologist, working with Birdlife International. From 1990 he worked at Friends of the Earth and was the organisation's executive director from 2003-2008 and was the Vice Chair of Friends of the Earth International from 2000-2008.
Martyn Williams is an environmental campaigner who has spent 14 years working with Friends of the Earth specialising in parliamentary campaigning.
He led the Big Ask campaign which was instrumental in ensuring the formation of the Climate Change Bill. He has campaigned for private members bills on issues ranging from fuel poverty to recycling. Since the Climate Change Bill was enacted, Martyn has been on sabbatical, renovating a 200 year old Georgian town house, and fitting it out with modern foam insulation to make it energy efficient.