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David Hall is a planning consultant and Visiting Professor at the School of Planning at Oxford Bookes University. He was Director of the Town and Country Planning Association from 1967 to 1985.
Chris Hall is a sculptor, featured in the Resurgence art anthology, Images of Earth & Spirit. He has a particular love of poetry and literature.
Richard Hammond writes a monthly column in The Guardian on eco-friendly holiday
Thích Nhất Hạnh has been a Buddhist monk for more than fifty-five years. Originally from Vietnam, he now lives in France.
Stephan Harding Teaches Gaia Theory and Deep Ecology at Schumacher College. He has collaborated with James Lovelock.
Jean Hardy is Editor of Greenspirit.
Peter Harper is Director of Centre for Alternative Technology Machynlleth, UK
Tanya Harrod is a design historian. She is the author of The Crafts in Britain in the Twentieth Century (Yale, 1999).
Paul Hawken is co-author with Hunter and Amory Lovins of Natural Capitalism published by Earthscan (London) His previous books include The Ecology of Commerce (Harper).
Richard Heinberg is author of [selection id="heinberg1207" title="Peak Everything"].
Sandra Hill is a practitioner of Chinese medicine and author of several books, including Reclaiming the Wisdom of the Body.
Selima Hill is a poet and tutor. Her seventh collection of poems is called Violet.
James Hillman is a Jungian psychologist and the author of many books, including The Soul's Code.
Mayer Hillman is Senior Fellow Emeritus of the Policy Studies Institute, London.
Colin Hines is the author of Localization - A Global Manifesto (Earthscan).
Robert Hinkley previously a corporate securities attorney, lives in Brooklin, Maine, USA.
Mae-Wan Ho's most recent books are Genetic Engineering Dream or Nightmare? and The Rainbow and the Worm.
Tom Hodgkinson is Editor of The Idler.
Kurt Hoelting is founder of Inside Passages www.insidepassages.com and leads contemplative retreats for activists and interfaith religious leaders around the US.
Patrick Holden CBE is an organic farmer and Director of the Soil Association, the charity at the heart of organic food and farming
Rob Hopkins is a permaculture designer and teacher, and founding director of The Hollies Centre for Practical Sustainability www.theholliesonline.com.
Ian Hopton is an artist and printmaker.
Martha Horan is a recent classics graduate who is an intern at the Sundaram Tagore Gallery.
Rebecca Hossack runs The Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London. www.r-h-g.co.uk
Sean Howard is an Adjunct Professor at the University College of Cape Breton, Canada.
Lorna Howarth is Development Director of Artists Project Earth, a UK charity dedicated to creating a better world through music and the arts: www.apeuk.org. She is also Contributing Writer & Editor for Resurgence magazine.
Kate Howlett-Jones is a freelance writer living in Graz, Austria.
Francis Hutchinson is a writer and critic on ecology, feminism and economics. She is a co-author of' Environmental Business Management.
Timothy Hyman is a painter and writer.