Looking back at… Twenty Questions 2

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Our Twenty Questions series asks sustainability leaders and entrepreneurs, from renewable energy to responsible investment, about life, sustainability and everything.

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1. Stuart Singleton-White – Stuart Singleton-White is the senior manager of external communications for Europe and Australia at the Rainforest Alliance. Read more.

2. Peter Michaelis – Head of sustainable and responsible investment (SRI) at Alliance Trust, he has managed money in the SRI world for over 12 years.  Read more.

3. Ben Goldsmith – Goldsmith is an environmentalist, philanthropist and a partner at sustainable investment business WHEB, which he co-founded in 2002. Read more.

4. Peter Ainsworth – A former director of corporate finance in the City of London, Ainsworth was a Conservative MP for 18 years and shadow environment secretary for four. He is now chairman of the Big Lottery Fund. Read more.

5. Mark Powell – Powell, who leads the power and utilities practice at consulting firm AT Kearney. Read more.

6. Tom Aldred – Tim Aldred has been the Head of Policy and Research at the Fairtrade Foundation since 2013. Read more.

7. Anna Simpson – The editor of Green Futures, the magazine published by Forum for the Future. Read more.

8. Mark Hoskin – Formerly a partner at London-based financial advisory firm Holden & Partners, he was named responsible investment adviser of the year at the unbiased.co.uk Media Awards 2014. Read more.

9. Karl Harder– Karl Harder is the co-founder and operations director at renewable energy crowdfunding platform Abundance Generation. Read more.

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