Meet our advisory panel

The panel, comprised of four independent external advisors, were selected based on their range of experience and expertise deemed necessary to shape and inform a pioneering sustainability agenda that will help us achieve our sustainability goals, including our ultimate ambition to create the world’s most sustainable food package.

Johan Rockström, Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research

Johan Rockström, Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (Chair)

Johan Rockström is the Director of the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research and Professor in environmental science with emphasis on water resources and global sustainability.

He is an internationally recognised scientist, known for co-developing the Planetary Boundaries Framework, setting out the fundamentals we must adhere to maintain a “safe operating space for humanity.” Prior to developing the planetary boundaries, Johan focused on building resilience in water-scarce regions, becoming a specialist on water resources after spending almost a decade working on applied water research in tropical regions.

In addition to his research work, Johan is a scientific advisor to several governments and chair or member of several advisory boards and committees. Johan is a member of the European Commission expert group on adaptation to climate change and societal transformation, a member of the German National Academy of Sciences Leopoldina and chair of the EAT Foundations advisory board, where he co-authored the EAT-Lancet Commission Report on Healthy Diets From Sustainable Food Systems.

Through his research work, Johan has published over 150 research publications in fields ranging from applied land and water management to global sustainability.

Malini Mehra FRSA, chief executive, GLOBE International secretariat

Malini Mehra FRSA, chief executive, GLOBE International secretariat

Malini joined GLOBE, the environmental legislators organisation, in 2014 following a distinguished international career in sustainable development. At GLOBE she advances new approaches to sustainability governance with senior lawmakers and judges and brings a uniquely integrated perspective to her role: with 30+ years of global experience as a campaigner, social entrepreneur, policymaker and high-level adviser in public, private, voluntary and UN sectors.

A political scientist and gender specialist, she has served as adviser to Secretary-General Kofi Annan on UN-civil society reform and co-authored UN Human Development Reports.

In the UK government, Malini led on international sustainable development and negotiated pioneering partnerships with China, India, Brazil, South Africa and Mexico. She is a Commissioner to the Mayor of London on sustainable development and advises the UN’s head of disaster risk reduction. From 2000-13, she founded and ran the award-winning Indian NGO, Centre for Social Markets, an early pioneer of corporate sustainability and climate change movements. This followed years leading global campaigns at INGOs including Friends of the Earth International and Oxfam. She has served on numerous corporate and non-profit boards including at companies such as Unilever, Kimberly-Clark, BHP Billiton, and NGOs such as China Dialogue and Global Reporting Initiative.

Trewin Restorick, Founder and CEO, Hubbub

Trewin Restorick, Founder and CEO, Sizzle Innovation

Trewin Restorick is an environmental entrepreneur, campaigner, and charity CEO. Trewin is the founder of the award-winning Hubbub Foundation, a social enterprise which aims to solve environmental issues through innovative and inventive campaigns, often using guerrilla marketing techniques.

He is a respected thought leader in the industry and environmental space and a frequent commentator on environmental issues including regular slots in Business Green, Guardian Sustainable Business and Sky News, and has also been trained by Al Gore as one of his climate change ambassadors.

Trewin has acted as the Head of Fundraising for Friends of the Earth where he created PaperRound, London’s leading community recycling business, and also founded and chaired the Global Action Plan, an organisation which works towards a green planet and encourages sustainable living by connecting what is good for people and planet.

Prior to Friends of the Earth, Trewin worked in the job creation team at Plymouth City Council and also produced a youth TV programme for the BBC called Something Else. This year, Hubbub won the Charity Times ‘Charity of the Year’ while Trewin won the Global Good award for ‘Individual Leader of the Year’.

Changhua Wu, CEO at Beijing Future Innovation Center

Changhua Wu, CEO at Beijing Future Innovation Center

Changhua is a policy analyst, specialising in China's climate policy and sustainable development strategy, and the Chief Executive Officer of the Beijing Future Innovation Centre, a public and private partnership platform to drive technology innovation for sustainability.

Changhua has been professionally recognised for her leadership in fighting climate change and advocating China’s clean revolution. She sits on various global leadership and expert councils and panels, including the World Economic Forum Future Council on Clean Electricity, Governing Council of Asia Pacific Water Forum, Global Infrastructure Basel Foundation, World Green Design Organisation, and Green Growth Alliance of National New Areas, among others. She has advised a wealth of leaders in public, private sectors and NGOs on sustainable development strategies and innovation, such as the World Bank, the U.N. Environment and Development Programme, P4G, as well as leading global corporations and local government managers.

Changhua is a frequent media commentator in Chinese and international media on environmental issues and was the Editor of the English edition of the China Environment News.

Acting for sustainability

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Our ambition is to lead the sustainability transformation within our industry. Explore the priorities that guide us in our collaborations for enabling systemic change.

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Moving Food Forward

Everyone, everywhere deserves access to safe and nutritious food that does not cost the earth. We are working to support the transition to secure, sustainable and resilient food systems1 through our actions, products & solutions.

1The term ‘food systems’ refers to all the elements and activities related to producing and consuming food, and their effects, including economic, health, and environmental outcomes (OECD,, 2023).