Henry Leveson-Gower, Editor
Henry has been a practicing economist advising on environmental policy for almost 25 years working in the public sector, locally, nationally and internationally. He studied philosophy prior to economics which lead to his drive to find more nourishing economics.
He was also a Research Fellow at the Centre for Evaluation of Complexity Across the Nexus, and is a Fellow of the RSA and a qualified chartered accountant.
He set up Promoting Economic Pluralism and The Mint Magazine in 2016, and has been on a steep learning curve ever since.
Trevor Loveday, Editorial Adviser
Trevor has, for thirty years, reported and commented on regulation, markets and technology in a range of industries. He founded Utility Week, provided commentary through broadcast media, and led communications at the energy regulator, Ofgem.
He trained initially as a medic, was a professional musician, exhibiting artist and illustrator, before becoming a writer, editor and communicator.
Henry has learnt a huge amount from him.