Celebrated chef, food author and host of TV series: What’s the Catch? Gourmet Farmer and For the Love of Meat.
Through his asking probing questions and investigating the source of our food, Matthew has made a significant contribution to growing consumer consciousness and recent seafood labelling laws.
Sarah is a New York Times best selling author and entrepreneur, former news journalist and influential commentator on health, food and trends. Sarah’s uncompromising advocacy has made her a potent force in the politics of food and the environment.
Sarah blogs on philosophy, anxiety, minimalism, toxin-free living and anti-consumerism at sarahwilson.com. She lives in Sydney, rides a bike, is a compulsive hiker and eternally curious.
Hayden’s passionate about surfing, food and the oceans. His many achievements include marine biologist, Tourism Australia ambassador, social entrepreneur, Cleo Bachelor of the Year, Master Chef contender and host of various TV series including: Surfing the Menu
As his resume suggests, Hayden likes to have fun balanced with a strong social and environmental conscience. In spite of his dazzling list of achievements he remains gracious and down-to-earth.
Celebrity gardener, Bondi Beach local, landscape architect and environmentalist. A much loved TV host of Costa’s Gardening Odyssey and Gardening Australia.
Costa’s passion for the planet and infectious warmth and humour enable him to communicate to people across diverse value systems, on touchy environmental issues.
PROF DAVID BOOTH
Professor of Marine Ecology at UTS, with a passion for educating the broader community, past President of the Australian Coral Reef Society and co-founder of peak body Sustainable Australian Seafood Assessment Program.
David’s views are informed by a deep scientific understanding and wealth of practical experience. He’s not coloured by industry affiliations and is prepared to comment where many will not. David is a strong advocate for sustainable fisheries and his comment is frequently sought by the media on topical marine issues.