Silke Werth teaches botany, mycology, and about the world's terrestrial ecosystems. Her research focuses on population genetics and ecological genomics - where she links genomic information with traditional ecological data (including data on species abundances and communities).

Madeleine Bavley is a recent graduate of the Environmental Humanities Masters Program at the University of Utah. Her research-creation primarily explores petroleum culture and the potentials of pleasure as a mode of resistance and reimagining.

Vanbasten de Araújo is a Brazilian PhD scholar focused on how toxic matter affects the daily lives of humans and nonhumans, creating long-term health effects, particularly regarding their sexual and reproductive health.