Christopher Moon


Visiting Professor


Dr Christopher J Moon FRSA FHEA FEEUK is an eco-entrepreneur with a PhD from Imperial College (2001). He holds an MSc in Applied Psychology from the University of Wales; BA (Hons.) from Lancaster University; and a PGCHE. Chris is a fellow of the Royal Society for the encouragement of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, a fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a fellow of Enterprise Educators UK. In 2019 Chris received an Outstanding Teacher Award.

His main research interests are:

Eco-entrepreneurship – especially the mind-set of ecopreneurs; eco-innovation; and entrepreneurship education.
CSR – especially the shift from CSR to Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability; behaviour change in organisations; energy and carbon management.
Business Ethics & Corporate Governance – especially tools and techniques for stakeholder engagement; and values based behaviour change.
Chris is a multiple award winning eco and social entrepreneur; the inventor of an award winning patented recycling container; and the founder of eco-design-and build. In 2015 he completed the 8 peaks challenge (including Scafell – England’s highest mountain); part of a team of 100+ raising over £85K for Macmillan. Also in 2015 Chris completed the Royal Parks half-marathon for The Lunchbowl Network.

Chris is the founder of CSR Global and has consulted to many leading companies including Pfizer, BT, Reuters and Canary Wharf Group. In 2015 CSR Global partnered with Rumie (global social enterprise of the year) to provide tablets loaded with eduware free of charge to school children in The Gambia.

Chris was awarded graduate membership of the British Psychological Society in 1984; and is certified and accredited as a consultant and auditor with both Good Corporation & the Institute of Social & Ethical AccountAbility.

Chris has delivered professional updates to the British Psychological Society; Chartered Institute of Management Accountants; and delivered plenary and keynote presentations at international and national conferences (see engagement and impact).