ANOUSHKA CARTER A Geography graduate with the University of Exeter Cornwall Campus
Spending some time with semi-nomadic yak herders in Ladakh, India and with small-scale farmers in Sumatra, I have learnt how the health of the natural environment can be of paramount importance to the livelihoods of rural communities.
MOLLY ATKINS Also a Geography graduate with the University of Exeter Cornwall Campus
With experience working in several sustainable development projects in India, Africa and Central America, I have an insight into where sustainability proves to work and where it fails. I have seen how identifying the needs of local communities can often be compromised for the sake economic development policies of governments.
With a masters in Illustration at Falmouth University, Cornwall Bob has previously been a lecturer in Community Leadership at Foundation, Degree and Masters level at the University of Central Lancashire for seven years.
With a background in student and community engagement projects, Bob has coordinated many international leadership conferences in Russia and the UK and presented projects and research at conferences throughout Europe. Bob has led research projects in the UK, Nepal and Indonesia in 2009 to 2010 on Conceptual Landscapes of Global Environmental Conscientization and his experience will be invaluable to the team when out in Mongolia.
Hattie Field An undergraduate studying International Relations at Richmond The International American University in London.
With experience on expeditions in remote regions of the Indian Himalayas and Oman I am interested in the anthropological impact of increasing levels of migration to Ulaanbaatar, and the resulting changes in culture and lifestyle of previously nomadic Mongolian communities.
Sean Lovell Sean Lovell is an award winning director/filmmaker who has worked on a variety of films for 14 years. He is particularly dedicated to working on social justice, environmental and charity films and is looking forward to finding some human stories to document in Mongolia.