Clive Booth is the Founder of the ESG Foundation. His career started at the Financial Times. He then worked in PR seeking glamorous assignments internationally. He’s still looking.


We asked Clive Booth some questions to get to know a little more about him:


🍽 What person living or dead would you invite to your dream dinner party?


It wouldn’t be much of a party with just one guest, but if I can bring back anyone from the dead let’s learn from Lord Lucan, what really happened? And where have you been for the past 45 (?) years?!


🎶 What is your theme song? 


Herman’s Hermits with “I’m Into Something Good”. 2 minutes  of pure joy and optimism.


🏝  What 3 things would you take to a Desert Island?


-A bottomless barrel of Theakston’s Old Peculiar. 

-A drum kit and personalized instructional video from Charlie Watts on how to become the Rolling Stones’ new drummer on my return to civilization. 

-My wife’s pillow. 


🇮🇹 Where is the best destination you’ve been to and why?


Venice. Everywhere you look you’re in a living Canaletto—you’re in a 3D version of an artistic masterpiece. It’s like nowhere else on Earth. 


🧞‍♂️  If you had one wish to improve the world, what would you change? 


Everyone would earn the same generous salary. 


👩‍🚀 If you had chosen another path in life, what might you be doing now?


I’d be NASA’s press officer.


📚Which books do you recommend to others? 


“The Pickwick Papers” by Charles Dickens.

“High Windows”  by Philip Larkin

And “Memory Stick” by Oliver Milner

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