Our Steering Group for year 
Amanda Carpenter - Legal Sustainability Alliance and Achill Management
Deborah Smith - UK In House Pro Bono Group and Goldman Sachs
Caroline May - Legal Sustainability Alliance and Norton Rose Fulbright
Ellie Mulholland - Commonwealth Climate & Law Initiative and Minter Ellison
Estelle Dehon - Cornerstone Barristers
Kirsty Schneeberger - Client Earth and UK Environmental Law Association
Leanne Targett-Parker - Bar Council and 10 King's Bench Walk
Matthew Gingell - Oxygen House Group
Simon Davis - President of Law Society and Clifford Chance
Tim Cooke-Hurle - Doughty Street Chambers
Tim Smith - Law Society and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
Tom Saunders - RSG Consulting
This Project is not about individuals, organisations or founders. We do not have all the answers. It is about the collective effort in finding them.
We do have a steering group who have helped shape and curate the Project and its themes.
Our belief is that the most successful and innovative projects are always the most diverse.
We are always looking to add to the mix on the steering group and if you would like to get involved please contact us.
The  Themes
The accepted solutions to climate change include, electrification, renewable energy and carbon sinks. In short this can be driven through a greener economy and it is through that lens we will look at the new laws and contracts. We have created eight themes to focus our efforts:
Mobilising Green Finance - what are the tax and other laws that will accelerate green investment?
Contracts for the Future - what clauses do we need in our playbooks to fight climate change?
Encouraging Green Living - what employment, property and other laws will encourage green living?
Merging Public and Moral Duties - how do we embed the welfare of future generations into decision making?
Overcoming Barriers - what is holding companies and communities back from becoming greener and how is this overcome?
Companies of the Future - what company, tax and other laws are required to align businesses with the health of the planet?
Accelerating Green Tech - how do we make it easier to create and adopt the innovations required to fight climate change?
Following in our Footsteps - our catch-all theme. What other laws or legal levers can encourage long term decision making in order to fight climate change and promote resilience to its effects?
Whilst the views of the Project are not attributable to our supporters or individuals on our steering group, our Project would not have been possible without their support and networks. It goes without saying that we thank all of the firms, chambers, universities, businesses and other organisations who are supporting, participating or in some way contributing to the Project. These include:
10 King's Bench Walk
Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld
Airbnb (in house legal)
Allen & Overy
Bloomberg (In house legal)
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
The Bar Council
Capital One (Europe) (in house legal)
Charles Russell Speechlys
Commonwealth Climate & Law Initiative
Davies and Partners
Debevoise & Plimpton
Doughty Street Chambers
Global Witness (in house legal)
Goldman Sachs (in house legal)
Herbert Smith Freehills
The Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change (LSE)
Low Carbon (In house legal)
The Law Society
Trowers & Hamlins
Kirkland & Ellis International
Legal Sustainability Alliance
Lux Nova Partners
Norton Rose Fulbright
Oxygen House Group (in house legal)
Practical Law (Thomson Reuters)
Queen Mary University of London
Simmons & Simmons
Slaughter and May
UK In House Pro Bono Group
University of Exeter Law School
University of Glasgow School of Law
The University of Oxford, Faculty of Law
A big thank you to our venue sponsor, Thomson Reuters (Practical Law). Please contact us for other sponsorship opportunities.