Ruth Potts is a Senior Lecturer in Ecological Design Thinking at Schumacher College. She is a co-founder of bread, print & roses, a collective engaged in seditious pamphleteering, radical walking, anarchist baking and transformative education and is a co-editor at Red Pepper magazine. Ruth initiated (with Gareth Evans) and was Artistic Advisor to Utopia 2016 a year of events, exhibitions and activity exploring the importance of utopia at Somerset House, London. She has designed and delivered publications, events and conferences for a range of organisations including Tipping Point and Caroline Lucas MP, and at the Southbank Centre and the ICA. Ruth is co-author of The New Materialism, covered by the Guardian, The Daily Telegraph and the Financial Times. She was Campaign Organiser for the Great Transition at nef (the new economics foundation) where she co-developed a new model of campaign designed to kick-start the decade -long transition to a new economy and society. She is a trustee of the Pioneer Health Foundation, the pioneering holistic model of health that influenced the World Health Organisation. She brought together and co-hosts eco-feminist collective: the Hoydens, co-created and curated a series of events about the joy and intelligence of craft at the School of Life: Practitioner’s Parlour, and more recently helped to devise a series of poetry events celebrating unusual spaces and liminal places: ‘Somewhere in Particular.’