Bread, Print & Roses
Molly Conisbee and Ruth Potts are the co-founders of Bread, Print and Roses, a collective of anarchist baking, seditious pamphleteering and radical walking.
Before joining the Soil Association, Molly was Associate Director of Communications at the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), and Head of Campaigns at the new economics foundation (nef), where she co-wrote Environmental Refugees (with Andrew Simms) and worked on several reports and campaigns, including Ghost Town Britain and the Local Sustainability Bill.
At nef Ruth co-developed and worked on a new model of campaign designed to kick-start the decade -long transition to a new economy and helped to bring together the Festival of Transition in collaboration with the Transition Network.
100 PEOPLE. 100 AMAZING IDEAS. 100 DAYS TO CHANGE EVERYTHING.