Prof Mike Berners-Lee

Prof Mike Berners-Lee


Mike Berners-Lee thinks, writes, researches, and consults on sustainability and responses to 21st century problems. He is the author of acclaimed books, including There is No Planet B: A Handbook for the Make or Break Years, and How Bad Are Bananas? The carbon footprint of everything. Mike is a professor at Lancaster University, where his research includes supply chain carbon modelling and sustainable food systems. He is the Founding Director of Small World Consulting, which specialises in carbon accounting and holistic assessment tools. Mike has made numerous speaking, radio and television broadcast appearances to promote public awareness of sustainability and climate change issues.

There is no Planet B – The Implications for Food and Farming

Soil Tent

A leading thinker on carbon metrics, climate change and sustainability, Prof. Mike Berners-Lee shares his insights on the scale and urgency of the climate emergency we are facing. He takes a big picture perspective, advocating the need for our farming and food systems to undergo systemic change. With the clarity and scientific grounding expressed in […]