The Small World team brings together environmental and business expertise, to enable the strategic and value enhancing responses to climate change.

 Mike Berners-Lee – Director, principal consultant. Expert in greenhouse gas footprinting and organisation development, author of How Bad Are Bananas?:The carbon footprint of everything and co-author The Burning Question. Mike is Professor at Lancaster University.


Robin Frost – Researcher. After graduating in Natural Science and Computer Science, Robin spent 7 years in the finance industry and then 18 years in the food industry. Having completed an MSc in Environmental Informatics Robin is now working towards a PhD in Environmental Sciences investigating the measurement of greenhouse gas footprints in business supply chains.

Jessica Moss – Research Assistant. Jess has a first class honours degree in Combined Sciences and an MSc (by research) in Carbon Footprint Methodology Development.

Claire Hoolohan – Researcher. With first class honours in Geography (BSc) and an MSc in Resource and Environmental Management Claire is currently working towards a PhD in resource management and policy design.

James McKinstry-West – Researcher. James has a honours degree in Environmental Science (BSc) and a background in environmental education. He is currently working towards an MSc in Contaminated land, Risk Assessment and Remediation.


Dr Sonny Khan – Research Assistant. Sonny holds a PhD in mathematics and works in environmental project management, climate change communications, behaviour change and community action.

Chris Goodall – Author of “How to Live a Low Carbon Life”, “Ten Technologies to Save the Planet”, “The Green Guide to Business” and “Carbon Commentary”.

Martin Tate – specialist in decision evaluation methods, director of Decision Evaluation and IT Evaluation

Cara Kennelly – Researcher. After graduating from Lancaster University with an upper second class honors degree in Geography, Cara interned for Small World Consulting Ltd. She is now working towards an MSc (by research) on hybrid carbon models.