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As oil prices rise and the global economy remains fragile - or worse - Amy Myers Jaffe is an important speaker for investment conferences and groups interested in the geopolitics of energy.
A prize-winning journalist and author, Andrew Revkin has spent 20 years covering subjects ranging from murder in the Amazon to the anthrax attacks, from the plight of the working poor to the political clash over global warming.
Ann Cooper, CEC, is the Director of Nutrition Services for the Berkeley Unified School District and is the former Executive Chef and Director of Wellness and Nutrition of The Ross School in East Hampton, New York.
Business and political journalist, expert on global industrial systems, corporate organization, trade, energy, emerging technology, and the development of middle-income nations
Bill Drayton is a social entrepreneur. As a student at Harvard, Balliol College in Oxford University and Yale Law School, he founded a number of organizations, such as Harvard's Ashoka Table, an interdisciplinary weekly forum in the social sciences.
Governor of New Mexico (2003-2010), Former U.S. Energy Secretary, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and Member of the U.S. House of Representatives.
C. Ford Runge is the distinguished McKnight University professor of applied economics and law at the University of Minnesota, where he also holds appointments in the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs and the Department of Forest Resources.
Growing up just 67 feet from the Mississippi River, Chad Pregracke grew outraged as countless abandoned items floated by and lodged in the riverbed behind his house.
Dr. C. S. Prakash teaches biotechnology and plant biology courses, and oversees the research on food crops of importance to developing countries and training of scientists and students in plant biotechnology at Tuskegee University, Alabama, USA.
Charles Moore is founder of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation. He captains the foundation's research vessel, the Alguita, documenting the great expanses of plastic waste that now litter our oceans.
Chef / Owner of New York's "Blue Hill" named one of America's Best Restaurants by Gourmet magazine, featured by Food and Wine magzine as one of the country's "Best New Chefs" in 2002.
Professor of Ethics at the University of San Francisco; Founding editor of Business 2.0 magazine and currently a senior editor of Motto magazine
David Keith studies our climate, and the many ideas we've come up with to fix it. A wildly original thinker, he challenges us to look at climate solutions that may seem daring, sometimes even shocking.
Dennis vanEngelsdorp is Acting State Apiarist for Pennsylvania's Department of Agriculture, studying colony collapse disorder -- the alarming, worldwide disappearance of worker bees and Western honey bees.
Internationally Respected Expert on Corporate Issues and Agent of Change; Named by Leadership Excellence Magazine as one of North America's top 100 Thought Leaders: Author of "Awakening Corporate Soul", "The Five Secrets You Must Discover Before You Die" and the upcoming "Stepping Up: How Taking Responsibility Changes Everything" (January 2012)
Mike Magee is a recognized, cross-sector health populist and futurist. One of the most respected statesman in health care today, and a veteran medical journalist, author and media personality, he is a frequent headliner at national meetings on health, wellness and the future of the American Health Care system.
Jamais Cascio follows the threads of civilization's intended (and unintended) consequences into an unpredictable future, bringing back glimpses of a green world wired beyond our wildest dreams.
After weathering two years in Biosphere 2, Jane Poynter is trying to create technologies that allow us to live in hostile environments -- like outer space.
A self-proclaimed nature nerd, Janine Benyus' concept of biomimicry has galvanized scientists, architects, designers and engineers into exploring new ways in which nature's successes can inspire humanity.
Jim Harris is one of North America's foremost authors and thinkers on leadership and change, working with Fortune 500 companies, associations and government departments.
Highly respected voice on green consumerism and green business; Chairman and executive editor of Greener World Media, a media and information services company that produces the acclaimed website GreenBiz.com, and the annual 'State of Green Business' report; Senior strategist at GreenOrder, a sustainability business consultancy; Co-founder of Clean Edge, a clean-technology research and publishing firm
THE most important writer of interludes, at the period when they were merging into comedy, was John Heywood, choir boy at the Chapel Royal in London, and at one time connected with the production of plays at the court of Henry VII.
John P. Holdren is the Teresa and John Heinz Professor of Environmental Policy and Director of the Program on Science, Technology, and Public Policy at the Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, as well as President and Director of the Woods Hole Research Center.