"Jules Peck is Chairman of the Edelman Sustainability and Citizenship Group. Jules is also a Founding Partner at strategy and innovation consultancy Abundancy Partners as well as a Trustee of nef (the New Economics Foundations), an adviser to The Green Thing, outgoing Chair of the Bulmer Foundation and a Fellow of the think tank ResPublica. Jules’ special interest is the updating of capitalism and the business implications of wellbeing economics. He has worked in sustainability and wellbeing for 23 years, one third in and around politics, one third in business and consulting and one third in NGOs like WWF where he was Global Policy Adviser for five years.
"Jules was for two years Director of David Cameron’s Quality of Life Policy Group, advising the Conservative Party on wellbeing and environment issues. A committed Citizen, he has spent the past 20 years advising business, NGOs and government institutions on sustainability issues and Wellbeing. In a varied career Jules has worked on sustainability and wellbeing issues in Brussels at the EC, in the US and EU in marketing and public affairs roles with a number of companies and internationally for WWF as a Global Policy Adviser." 
He has 15 years of experience as an environmental consultant in the corporate world and government institutions. Jules helped develop the concept of the Happy Planet Index whilst at WWF. He is currently authoring an online book, "Citizens Renaissance", examining the societal shifts needed to deliver sustainable civilisations.
- Wise Council, Bulmer Foundation
- Cofounder, Citizen Renaissance
- Team, One World Wildlife 
- Director, Happy City 
- Fellow, Res Publica Trust 
Resources and articles
- ↑ Bulmer Foundation Wise Council, organizational web page, accessed September 4, 2012.
- ↑ One World Wildlife Team, organizational web page, accessed March 27, 2014.
- ↑ Happy City PEople, organizational web page, accessed March 27, 2014.
- ↑ Res Publica Trust , organizational web page, accessed November 13, 2014.