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Denis Hayes. National Coordinator of the first Earth Day, he has been at the core of the modern environmental movement. He was selected by Time as one of its 100 “Heroes for the Planet.” As a grassroots organizer and the youngest director of a national laboratory in the nation's history, he has spent his life fighting for a healthier world… More >>

Denis Hayes

L. Hunter Lovins. President of Natural Capitalism, Inc., she has been at the cutting edge of environmental thinking for the past 30 years. She co-authored Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution with Paul Hawken and Amory Lovins. As CEO for Strategy, she helped grow the world-renowned Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)… More >>

L. Hunter Lovins

Rob Caughlan. When he was President of the Surfrider Foundation, he won a $100 million Clean Water lawsuit against coastal polluters. Friends of the River was born in his living room. People magazine, covering his work for ocean protection, called him a "righteous dude." In his career, he has worked at the White House and in the EPA… More >>

Rob Caughlan

Christine Ervin. As President and CEO of the U.S. Green Building Council, she led it from just 200 members in 1999 to become a highly influential coalition of 5,000 companies and organizations, 50 staff, and 70 chapters. As Assistant Secretary of Energy under President Clinton, she oversaw a $1 billion portfolio of clean energy programs… More >>

Christine Ervin

Ric O’Barry. Subject and star of The Cove, he is an activist against the killing or capture of dolphins. Filmed largely in secret, The Cove virtually swept the boards in top documentary honors. In addition to the 2010 Academy Award for Best Documentary, recognitions included the Directors Guild of America and the National Board of Review… More >>

Ric O’Barry

Summer Rayne Oakes. A model and activist, she has been the face for Levi’s national “501 Day” of volunteerism, the launch of organic Replay jeans, and the “Be Carbon Neutral” jewelry initiative. Her book Style, Naturally charts eco-friendly fashion, and she has been featured in French Vogue, GQ, and Elle. She is a Udall environmental scholar… More >>

Summer Rayne Oakes

Raj Patel. Author of the internationally acclaimed Stuffed and Starved, he is a trail-blazing critic of conventional agricultural development policies. His most recent book, The Value of Nothing, expands the critique to economics as a whole. It was a 2010 New York Times best seller, and Publishers Weekly called it “shrewd and absorbing”… More >>

Raj Patel

Debra Rowe. As President of the U.S. Partnership for Education for Sustainable Development and National Co-coordinator of the Higher Education Association's Sustainability Consortium, she works to integrate sustainability into the mission, curricula, research, student life, facilities, and operations of higher education institutions… More >>

Debra Rowe

Joe Romm. Author and renowned global warming blogger, he is described by U.S. News & World Report as “one of the most influential energy and environmental policy makers in the Obama era.” Time magazine credits him withthe most cogent, memorable, and deployable arguments for immediate and overwhelming action to confront global warming”… More >>

Joe Romm

Gloria Flora. In her career with the Forest Service, she became nationally known for her courageous pro-environment stands. She made headlines when she resigned over harassment and intimidation of Forest Service employees. “Gloria Flora deserves to be held up as an American hero” according to Chris Wood, Forest Service senior staff… More >>

Gloria Flora

David Helvarg. President of the Blue Frontier Campaign, he is the author of Blue Frontier: Dispatches from America's Ocean Wilderness and The War Against the Greens. He produced more than 40 documentaries for PBS, The Discovery Channel, and others. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, and The NationMore >>

David Helvarg
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