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Winona LaDuke is an Indigenous Rights activist..She taught a course at the Schumacher College on Traditional Cultures and the Environment in 1996.
The Dalai Lama is a Buddhist monk and the leader of the Tibetan people.
Daphne Lambert runs The Green Cuisine School of Food and Health, at Penrhos in Herefordshire.
John Lane author of, A Snake's Tail Full of Ants, is a painter and writer. He is the Art Editor of Resurgence and trustee of Dartington Hall Trust.
Peter Lang is author of Ethical Investment-A Savers Guide (Jon Carpenter Publishing, Oxford) and LETS Work-Regenerating the Local Economy (Worldly Goods).
Tim Lang the Professor of Food Policy at Thames Valley University, has been the chair of the Sustainable Agriculture, Food and Environment (SAFE) Alliance, and is co-author of Off Our Trolleys? The New Protectionismand The Unmanageable Consumer.
Jeremy Leggett is Chief Executive of solarcentury, and Director of the world's first private equity fund for renewable energy: Bank Sarasin's New EnergiesInvest AG. He is also a member of the UK Government's Renewables Advisory Board. His critically acclaimed account of the first ten years of global warming,The Carbon War, was published by Penguin in 1999.
Prue Leith is a cook, food writer and novelist. Her latest novel Sisters is being published by Penguin Books.
Annie Lennox is a singer and social activist.
Michael Leunig is a writer and cartoonist from Australia.
Miche Fabre Lewin facilitates a series of Healing Cooking workshops at the Community Garden Project in London.
Grevel Lindop is a poet and Director of Temenos Academy in London.
Maxine Linnell is a psychotherapist and editor of Self & Society.
Chris Lloyd is CEO of Immersive Education.
Barry Lopez is the author of a dozen books, including Desert Notes, Of Wolves and Men and Arctic Dreams (for which he won a National Book Award). His latest book, About This Life: Journeys on the Threshold of Memory, is published by Knopf.
David Lorimer is the Director of the Scientific and Medical Network, UK.
James Lovelock is the inventor of the microwave oven, the electron capture detector and the Gaia hypothesis. He is the author of Gaia, The Practical Science of Planetary Medicine (Gaia Books, £16.99). His autobiography Homage to Gaia is published by Oxford Press.
Amory Lovins is a Director of Rocky Mountain Institute. He is the co-author with Paul Hawken and Hunter Lovins of Natural Capitalism, published by Earthscan (London) and Little Brown (New York).
Oliver Lowenstein edits Fourth Door Review (www.fourthdoor.co.uk).
Caroline Lucas MEP is a Member of the European Parliament for the Green Party.
Antonio Sanz Luque is a writer and scriptwriter.
Mark Lynas is a writer and campaigner on climate change issues, and author of High Tide: News from a Warming World (Flamingo, 2004).