Libby Robin is a senior research fellow at the National Museum of Australia and professor of environmental history at the Fenner School of Environment and Society, Australian National University. Her most recent book is The Future of Nature: Documents of Global Change, winner of the 2013 New England (US) Book Prize for Anthologies, and her work in progress includes Curating the Future: Museums, Communities and Climate Change, co-edited with Jennifer Newell (American Museum of Natural History) and Kirsten Wehner (National Museum of Australia).
Cameron Muir is an environmental historian with strong interests in narrative nonfiction writing and exploring ways research can contribute to public discourse. Since 2008 he has maintained the Australian & New Zealand Environmental History Network website with Libby Robin. He also maintains the Centre for Environmental History website. His current activities include Feeding the World, a series of projects on the relationships between food, environment and health and Pesticides and the War on Weeds, an ARC-funded project about the history of pesticides for which he is collaborating with curators from the National Museum of Australia. His book The Broken Promise of Agricultural Progress: An Environmental History was released as part of the Routledge Environmental Humanities series in 2014.