Heath Lowndes - Managing Director
Aoife Fannin - Administrative Assistant
Victoria Siddall - Executive Consultant, part-time
Board of Trustees
Board of Advisors
GCC is structured around a network of volunteers. These registered members contribute their time and professional expertise pro bono to the charity. Through the generosity of volunteers and collaborators GCC has been able to build the foundations for a meaningful sector-specific response to the climate crisis. There are many ways to get involved as a volunteer: Research Groups, Action Teams, Region-Specific Groups, Green Teams
In addition to the GCC Team there are several regular contributors who are paid to provide ongoing services that require expertise such as environmental consultancy, event moderators and editorial contributions etc. GCC aims to pay freelancers fairly at the market value.
Danny Chivers is a freelance environmental researcher and climate change consultant. Over the last twenty years, he has worked on sustainability projects for small and large businesses, national and local government, the education sector, NGOs, large public sector bodies, and the media. His carbon footprinting work has included electrical product manufacture, agriculture, food processing, local authority carbon monitoring, retailers, offices, and national government. He has been the lead external carbon consultant for Oxfam GB, Christian Aid and ActionAid, and carried out carbon footprinting work for Trócaire, Concern, CAFOD, Anthesis Ltd, and the Guardian, among others. He is the author of the “No Nonsense Guide to Climate Change” (2011) and “No-Nonsense Renewable Energy” (2015) and writes a regular climate column for New Internationalist Magazine. He holds a BSc in Environmental Biology, an MSc in Nature, Science and Environmental Policy and an MProf in Leadership for Sustainable Development.
Dr. Harris Kuemmerle is a writer and researcher whose work centres around the focal points of environmental policy, political philosophy, and science in society. He earned an MSc from SOAS, University of London, an MPhil/PhD from King's College London and has over a decade’s experience working with global environmental policies and climate politics.
Alistair Alexander works in Berlin with organisations, campaigners, companies and artists exploring and advising on the links between technology, society and climate change. He led The Glass Room exhibition project on the social and environmental impact of technology, and is currently developing public engagement programmes on tech sustainability, disinformation, as well as community art projects for public libraries.
Gallery Climate Coalition Co-founders
(Group active December 2019 - September 2021)
Morenike Adeagbo - Kate MacGarry
Louisa Buck - Freelance journalist and broadcaster
Peter Chater - Artlogic
Sadie Coles - Sadie Coles HQ
Lilly Daniell - Sadie Coles HQ
Thomas Dane - Thomas Dane Gallery
Daisy Garnett - Freelance journalist
Greg Hilty - Lisson Gallery
Heath Lowndes - Thomas Dane Gallery
Kate MacGarry - Kate MacGarry
Richard Scott - Scott & Co.
Victoria Siddall - Frieze Art Fair
Matthew Slotover - Frieze Art Fair
Juyoung Yoon - Lisson Gallery