Our team is everything. We are so lucky to have people who are leaders in their respective fields, all of whom are dedicated to creating kind, vegan, healthier, best in class alternatives for people to enjoy.

Click the green buttons to have a look on each team members profile page where you will find links to their companies, social media links, blog-posts and more.

Charles FraserFounder and general secretary

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Charles was taught by the pioneers of a vision of conscious co-creation at Findhorn eco-village in Scotland how to work towards a conscious co-creation with nature. Charles started Arundel Forest Garden in order to develop models for providing for our basic needs and comforts that do no harm. A small camp grew up in the middle of that edible forest garden where the basic business model for Green Campus was worked out. This was developed in some detail as a business model for film maker James Cameron as 'Na-vi Camp', a fun thematic learning environment in partnership with Gaia Education and their Eco-village Design Curriculum. This evolved into Green Campus. Charles and the Green Campus team have developed the Green Camp System that allows us to 3D print whatever we need from 100% non-toxic bio-materials (from foodwaste), lighter and stronger than steel and in a 100% non-toxic, cradle to cradle product life-cycle that actually sequests carbon and cleans the oceans and landscapes.

Martin JensenChief Technology Officer

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Martin and his team used to work at Siemens Wind power designing and building the world's largest wind turbines. They realised that although they were working to save the planet by making clean energy from wind, the massive turbine blades that they were building were made of highly toxic materials that could not be recycled, that were produced and manufactured using materials and processes that harmed the worker and environment. Martin then went back to the drawing board and developed new thermoplastic materials and has been working with global brands (Nike, IKEA, H&M, NASA and others) developing new product streams.

The 100% non-toxic, 100% plant-based thermoplastic resin Martin has developed can replace toxic epoxy resins and when combined with natural fibre re-enforcement, it can replace toxic composites 1 for 1.

Martin has been supporting Green Campus' work with The National Composite Center, The UK National Lab (that has been matching Green Campus' research budget) to conduct tests on the materials so that we can develop material property data sheets that tell us exactly how the materials behave. We have also been working together to develop manufacturing pipelines suitable for our manufacturing needs and so that this technology can be democratically adopted.

Molly ElsdonCOO

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Offer for Molly



Two days per week 9-5 paid work (£16hours)

= £640 pcm (cash)

More work hours available during off season if you want to work for sweat equity at present valuation
£150k and £10 an hour (So £11,520 worth of shares available / or %5 shareholding).

Discounted room in London:

Room at half price. £1033 room for £450 pcm. Including ‘fantastic services’ 8hours a week. Please refer to Annex 1 ‘Worfield St Lodger Agreement’

= £583 (value)

Free room at Ellanore (value £500 pcm)

Total base rate = £640 pcm

Total value pcm = £1713 pcm


Ground floor for Yoga classes, Kirtan, vegan supper club, nutritional talks, workshops, talks, animal rights meetings, music, movies etc (you keep revenue from your events at £15 an hour rental fee or we do a revenue share where the company keeps 20%).

+ juice / food bar. if I head to covent garden and buy fresh raw organic veg at 5am we will get it for practically nothing and can charge £5 a BIG fresh raw green veg juice drink and share profit with you). I can do raw vegan food too if desired but needs careful planning. 


Gate Lodge (“Green Camp Ellanore”) for hosting monthly or every other month, ‘Restoration Weekends’ with Yoga at standard Yoga teacher rates + revenue share.




  1. Worfield St. :

    Rent out the 3x rooms at Worfield St. Vegan house share. Manage rentals on an ongoing basis.

    Optional: Direct a ‘Green Campus yoga program’ at or around worfield st (renting a nearby space otherwise).

  1. A) Rental of the rooms & Domes at Gate Lodge (Green Camp Ellanore). Manage on an ongoing basis.

    B) Assist in production, delivery and hosing of Restoration weekend at Ellanore every other month. Operating on a revenue sharing basis of tickets sold TBD
  2. manage social media accounts and promote through those using integrated marketing system.


  1. Assistant role in the procurement of a mortgage of Delta for purchase of Ellanore or another site and planning permission and establishment of a first Green Camp propper with main Long House capable of hosting Restoration Weekends / Reforest Events, YTTs and other regenerative in style.
  2. Co- Director in production of Yoga Teacher Training September 2022

    Promoting YTT to our London Yogis and Restoration Weekend Yogi groups on Profit sharing basis. (Costs c. £20k, revenue c.£60k).
  3. If The World Exchange is successful then perhaps assisting with production of events and vetting ecosystem restoration projects (lots of travel).
  4. Development of Campus 1


First six months

25 hours a week @£15 an hour or £1500 pcm plus the above

Next 12 months thereafter

£2k PCM based on returns (TBD)

Plus the above


Annual company shareholding of 5% A type ordinary voting shares for 12months of work  and 5% for each 12 months thereafter. Present company value is £120k so it’s a bonus in shares worth £6k (at present value…)

Robin CollingsCreative Director

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Robin has been nurturing Green Campus over the years helping to direct development so that Green Campus could be a part of the hugely creative world of inclusive festivals. Robin and his team are invited around the world to design the most innovative thematic environments for the worlds most demanding artists and audiences. We are incredibly lucky to have Robin to help show us the ropes of rapid deployment and enjoyment of modular temporary structures so that we can deploy the Green Campuses where they can do the most good and have the best time, not least of all, for artist liaison areas at Glastonbury and the other festivals Robin is a producer for.

Sean SingletonBuild Partner

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Sean and his team have been supporting with the construction of prototypes, introduction of the bio-materials and 3D printing technology to the marine and composites industry. We are working to set up manufacture together at their HQ at Northshore Boatyard in Itchenor Harbour.

Together with the wider team members we have developed a technique for manufacturing the Spaceplates for the Green Camp System that just needs very basic tools, some wood and a table, casting the panels from 80% bio-based materials. We are working to install the fully automated robotic arm 3D printing bio-composite manufacture system at Nautech's HQ in Itchenor near Green Campus Ellanore where the first structures be set up.

Sinesh ShahChief Financial Officer

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Sinesh joined the Green Campus team in 2017, turning the basic financial projections that had been drawn up thus far into a highly sophisticated financial model that could simulate various scenarios in order to help Green Campus organise it's business model and finance targets. Accomplished results driven, transaction and finance professional with extensive experience across a variety of sectors including Education, Primary Health, Renewable Energy and Property across the UK and Europe and other OECD countries. Proven track record of origination, project and finance delivery and asset management to drive significant revenue and growth.

A strong leader with Board Director and Investment Committee experience of resolving commercial issues and approving investment decisions. Adept at implementing and managing business functions from accounting, finance, treasury and tax, legal and compliance and technical. Entrepreneurial in approach building strong consortium and advisory teams with success in raising and managing over £3 billion of equity and debt finance.

green team

Our team is everything. We are so lucky to have people who are leaders in their respective fields, all of whom are dedicated to creting kind, vegan, healthier, best in class alternatives for people to enjoy.

Click the green buttons to have a look on each team members profile page where you will find links to their companies, social media links, blog-posts and more.

Martin CrawfordFounder - Agroforestry Research Trust

Martin Crawford is a British author who is the founder and director of the Agroforestry Research Trust.

Jonathan LewisVegan Fitness Program Leader

healh professional specialising in breathing and movement practices, physical conditioning, massage and end-stage rehabilitation. Jonathan encourages his clients to view their physical training, recovery and rehabilitation from a wider perspective.

Sabina SkalaVegan Fitness Program Director

I am hugely passionate about transferring the gym training into outdoors or various sports, and thus helping people/athletes to achieve the maximum of their potential, teach them how to move effectively and stay injury free.

Misha TeasdaleReforest Fest Program Director

Delivering Restoration Weekend & Festival in partnership with GreenPop's CEO Misha who is training up the UK team in how to deliver their incredible Reforest Festivals

Heather AndersonYoga Teacher Training Program Director

Seven years ago she opened a hot yoga studio in Barcelona called Yogalinda and has been teaching 5 teacher trainings a year for over 5 years.

green team

We are very grateful to have had and continue to have the guidance, direction and support of our advisors who we hope to continue working with and towards.

Mark GalvinCEO - World Preservation Foundation

CEO of and Vegusto vegan meat alternatives.

green team

We are very grateful to have had the support and help of the follow old team members who are still in orbit of related bodies, watching over us no doubt.

Tony ChignelBio-composite development

Tony assisted Green Campus in first winning the deal with Martin to start running tests with his bio-resin.

Simon RogersRogers Advanced Composites

Simon is an expert naval engineer, specifically in the world of composites and he has been very supportive of the development our bio-composites and manufacture.

Reuben LangdonOriginal team

Reuben, Mark and Charles formed Foundation For Common Good 501(c)(3) together, a not for profit whose tax exempt status has nurtured Green Campus into being.