Clare Stone

Clare Stone

Project and Office Coordinator
+44 (0) 333 012 4147
clare@foodethicscouncil.org

Clare’s role is to keep the organisation running smoothly operationally, and to provide project and research support across the team.

Clare has worked on sustainability issues in a variety of settings over the last 20 years, and loves to support initiatives which bring positive change for people and planet.  She has particular experience in regional development, community-led sustainable building and renewable energy projects.

Before becoming involved in the world of food ethics, Clare co-managed an award winning natural burial ground and nature reserve, consisting of 30 acres of wildflower meadow – home to over 30 species of butterfly and 18 different species of bee.  She is passionate about expanding her own understanding of the indivisible nature of soil, plant, animal and human health, and the intricacies of that.  Clare is an enthusiastic grower of vegetables and supporter of her local community farm and seed bank.  She is never happier than when communing with the cows and sheep while helping out on local conservation grazing projects.

Clare studied Global Futures at Bath Spa University, where she wrote her dissertation on ‘The theory and practice of the Ethical Consumer’.