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Category : Earth

  Joshua Ambrosius

Joshua Ambrosius is an urbanist social scientist, policy and political analyst, and Red Letter Christian. An Assistant Professor of Political Science and core faculty member in the Master of Public A . . . more info

  Dr. George Archibald

Dr. George Archibald was one of the two co-founders and is currently a Trustee of the International Crane Foundation (ICF), headquartered in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Dr. Archibald is considered one of the  . . . more info

  Maude Barlow

Barlow was a high-profile leader in the women's movement in Canada, serving as the Director of Equal Opportunity for the City of Ottawa and leading a national coalition against violence against women. . . . more info

  Rabbi Ellen Bernstein

Rabbi Ellen Bernstein in 1988 founded Shomrei Adamah, Keepers of the Earth, the first national Jewish environmental organization, after finding her way back to Judaism through her interests in wildern . . . more info

  Asha de Vos

Asha de Vos is a Sri Lankan marine biologist who oversees the Sri Lankan Blue Whale Project, the first long-term study on blue whales within the northern Indian Ocean. For her work, she was named a 20 . . . more info

  Dennis Dimick

Dennis Dimick serves as executive environment editor at National Geographic magazine in Washington, D.C., where he leads coverage of energy, climate and sustainability issues. He guided creation of a  . . . more info

  Gerald L. Durley

Dr. Gerald L. Durley was born in Wichita, Kansas, grew up in California, and graduated from high school in Denver, Colorado. Being endowed with exceptional basketball skills and a deep interest in imp . . . more info

  Imam Abdulaziz Eddebbarh

Imam Abdulaziz Eddebbarh holds a Ph.D. in Environmental Sciences and benefited from a traditional Islamic Education in Morocco. Retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory, where he worked on projects . . . more info

  Russ Edwards

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  Kitty Ferguson

Kitty Ferguson's interest in astronomy and physics date from her childhood in Texas, in a family that valued science, classical music, and religious faith. After graduating from the Juilliard School  . . . more info

  Werner Fornos

Werner Fornos is the president of the Population Institute, an international and educational non-profit organization seeking to reduce excessive population growth. Considered one of the world’s lead . . . more info

  Father José Gabriel Funes

Fr. José Gabriel Funes, SJ, a full professor at the School of Philosophy in the Catholic University of Cordoba, Argentina, is the former Director of the Vatican Observatory and former member of the . . . more info

  William Hendee

William Hendee received his doctorate in physics from the University of Texas. After serving as Assistant and Associate Professor and Chairman of Physics and Astronomy at Millsaps College, he joined t . . . more info

  Peter Loucks

Professor Loucks teaches and carries out research in the application of systems analysis, economic theory, ecology and environmental engineering to problems in regional development and environmental q . . . more info

  Steven McCormick

Steve McCormick's challenge when he assumed leadership of The Nature Conservancy in February 2001 was to take an already successful and renown organization and accelerate its progress in becoming an e . . . more info

  Sandra Postel

Sandra Postel, a leading authority on freshwater issues, is director of the Global Water Policy Project in Amherst, Massachusetts. From 1988 until 1994, she served as vice president for research at th . . . more info

  Kristin Romey

Kristin Romey covers archaeology and paleontology for National Geographic magazine and National Geographic News, and is the former executive editor of Archaeology magazine.

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  Shah Selbe

Shah Selbe, an Explorer at the National Geographic Society, is an engineer and conservation technologist who works with communities, NGOs, and developing countries to identify and deploy technologies  . . . more info

  John Turner

John Turner was sworn in as Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs (OES) on November 13, 2001. In this capacity, he heads U.S. Department of Sta . . . more info

  Michael Waltemathe

Michael Waltemathe is senior lecturer in the Department of Protestant Theology at Ruhr-University Bochum in Germany. He works in the field of Practical Theology and Religious Education. Currently Dr.  . . . more info

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