Lorenzo Fioramonti is professor of political economy at the University of Pretoria and director of the Centre for the Study of Governance Innovation. His research interests range from alternative economic paradigms to the governance of the commons, global political innovations and new forms of supranational regionalism.
Glenda Wardle is a professor at The University of Sydney, Australia whose research focusses on the ecological and evolutionary processes that shape the spatial and temporal patterns of variation found in natural populations. Whilst undertaking her current research, she is also campaigning for a national ecosystem monitoring program.
James Ward is Associate Head of the School of Natural and Built Environments at the University of South Australia. His research interests include big-picture global sustainability issues such as limits to fossil fuel supplies and other finite resources. His recent research is demystifying and debunking the decoupling myth.