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Allan Hunt Badiner is a contributing Editor to Tricycle Magazine: The Buddhist
Chaturvedi Badrinath is a philosopher and writer based in India.
Rajni Bakshi is a journalist based in Mumbai.
Carole Bamford is a wife, a mother of three, a farmer and an award-winning businesswoman; she practises her holistic philosophy at home, on the land, and in the boardroom.
Anne Bancroft is the author of Weavers of Wisdom: Women mystics of the Twentieth Century and also Women in Search of the Sacred. She lives in Devon.
Marc Ian Barasch is author of Field Notes on the Compassionate Life.
Jack Santa Barbara is Director of the Sustainable Scale Project, member of Transcend, and Associate of the Centre for Peace Studies, McMaster University.
Zenobia Barlow is a co-founder and Executive Director of the Center for Ecoliteracy.
Brian Bates is Senior Lecturer in Psychology and Director of the Shaman Research Programme at the University of Sussex. He has written The Wisdom of the Wyrd: Teachings got Today from our Ancient Past. It is published by Rider.
Victoria Bawtree lives in rural Provence and is a member of the local 'World is Not for Sale' collective that organises the annual Local Social Forums of the Southern Alps. She is the co-editor, with Majid Rahnema, of The Post-Development Reader.
Jane Bedford works as a personal assistant to Laurens van der Post.
Katy Beinart is an artist and educator based in Oxford
Bridget Belgrave is an NVC facilitator and writer. Her most recent books are Connect with Respect and, co-authored with Gina Lawrie, The NVC Dance Floors. www.LifeResources.org.uk
Michael Ben-Eli is an international consultant on organisation and management and founder of Sustainability Initiatives.
Janine Benyus is a biologist, educator and life sciences writer.
Wendell Berry is a poet, philosopher and conservationist, and farms in Kentucky..
Roar Bjonnes is an agronomer living in Ashland, Oregon, USA.
Paul Blanchflower arrived in Auroville in March 1991, having completed his degree in Ecology and Forestry at Edinburgh University. His has been one of the driving forces behind the Auroville forest restoration work ever since.
John Bloom is Director of Advisory Services at RSF (please see page 54). He has been one of the leaders of the Transforming Money Collaborative www.reimaginemoney.org and has written regularly about money in his blog reimaginemoney.blogspot.com.
Jan van Boeckel is a Dutch anthropologist, filmmaker and art teacher. Currently he is engaged in a research project on arts-based environmental education at the University of Art and Design in Helsinki, Finland.
Michael Shaw Bond writes for The New Scientist.
Reg Boorer is a former director of Greenpeace UK and Executive Director of the Ark Environmental Foundation.
Shirley du Boulay is author of The Cave of the Heart.
David Boyle is an associate at the New Economics Foundation and the author of Authenticity: Brands, Fakes, Spin and the Lust for Real Life (Flamingo).
Rosalind Brackenbury is a poet.
Lee-Anne Broadhead is an Associate Professor of Political Science at the University College of Cape Breton, Canada.
Sandy Brown is a ceramicist who lives in Appledore, Devon.
Peter Bunyard's book, The Breakdown of Climate, is published by Floris Books at £9.99.
John Burnside teaches Creative Writing, Literature and Ecology at the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Deborah Burton is part of a group of women who set up the no more Breast Cancern Campaign.
General Lee Butler was Commander-in-Chief of the United States Strategic Command Offnut Air Base, Nebraska. He had the responsibility for all US Air Force and Navy strategic nuclear forces. He retired in 1994.
Robert Butler edits www.ashdendirectory.org.uk, an environment and performance website. His most recent publication is The Alchemist Exposed (Oberon, 2007).