Jacob Mayne

Jacob is a UK national, based in Paris. He has 20 years with Unilever (foods & beverages) in HR, brand strategy, business development and innovation, including 13 years in Asia Pacific. He spent 5 years in the museums sector as CEO and consultant with Australian and French culture ministries. He co-founded the Change Leaders community of practice in the final months of CCC1, 2005. On top of that, he co-founded New Angles, EU sustainability strategy and change leadership consultancy, in 2008. He has 15 years of sustainability change consultancy and development of sustainability leaders, combined with EXED and Masters teaching at European business schools (HEC Paris, Oxford Saïd, Geneva Uni, Les Roches, Sciences Po). Jacob’s current obsession: remaining optimistic about our capacity to wake up, reconnect with the systems we depend on, and re-invent the economy.


Emmanuelle Bérenger

Emmanuelle Bérenger is the global theme lead for sustainable forest management at the Rainforest Alliance. She supports the organization’s work on community forest management, putting her knowledge and passion at the service of local communities and Indigenous peoples towards better livelihood and preserved forests.

With more than 20 years of experience in tropical forest certification, restoration, and conservation around the globe, Bérenger provides leadership and coordinates the development and implementation of global field strategies for sustainable forest management across regions and programs, in particular Forest Allies. She helps improve governance, forest management, and enterprise administration capacities among partner communities, Indigenous peoples, and smallholder forest enterprises.

Bérenger holds a postgraduate degree in tropical and temperate forestry and an M.S. in agronomy. She has completed her professional experience with academic knowledge on change management in organizations as a graduate of the Consulting and Coaching for Change HEC/Oxford Executive Master.”


2022 Fall in Oxford: Enough!

Join us next month in Oxford! The earth is heating up, and we’ve had enough! Let’s discuss ways that we can arrest the trajectory of climate change. And then let’s take those methods home and create positive change right in our own neighborhoods and communities. 

As always, this is also a time to reconnect with old friends, make new ones, and join in as we explore “climate practice”–changing the climate for the better. Encouraging others to embrace climate change is only half the battle; it’s time to start acting. Hence, the theme of this fall’s conference: Enough! The climate is changing; we have to as well. And as with any complex system, small changes (in our own lives) can have an outsized impact. Come explore them with us!

Registrations are now open. Scroll down for more details and sign up to save your seat!

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How to Register

Early-bird special for registered tCL members: 225 GBP on or before August 31st. Afterward, the price ascends like rising temperatures to 300 GBP, so get in early!

If you are a CCC alumnus, you can now activate your tCL membership for 2022 and register for this conference at the same time.

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Enough!

This year’s theme is climate change–not what it is or why it’s happening, but what each and every one of us can do about it. We know this: all change is local, and small changes can have significant impacts. Let’s put those truisms of “change” to the test. What small acts can we initiate in our own communities that might spark a local movement in the right direction? There’s a lot to explore. Come join us!

Speakers & Facilitators

Our tCL members never fail to step up, whether presenting their own work, or connecting the community to practitioners around the world. Joining us for fall 2022 will be Anne-Fleur Goll from Deloitte, as well as our very own Jacob Mayne and Emmanuelle Berenge.

The latest schedule of events is under the next tab: Programme Book

Come ready to connect, challenge and co-create together.