Julie Hudson has been a sustainable investment specialist with a City firm since 2005. She is a trustee of the theatre company Cardboard Citizens and a Visiting Business Fellow with the Smith School, Oxford University. She is currently in her third year as a PhD student with Warwick University, where her research interests include eco-theatre and audiences. Publications: The Social Responsibility of the Investment Profession (Research Foundation of CFA Institute, August 2006); ‘”If you want to be green hold your breath”: Climate Change in British Theatre’, NTQ 111 (2012); From Red to Green? How the Financial Credit Crunch Could bankrupt the Environment (Earthscan, 2011), and Food Policy and the Environmental Credit Crunch: From Soup to Nuts (Routledge 2013), both co-authored with economist Paul Donovan.