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Wangari Maathai founded Kenya's Green Belt Movement and is Assistant Minister for Environment, Natural Resources and Wildlife - www.greenbeltmovement.org.
Richard Mabey is a writer and broadcaster with a special interest in the relations between nature and culture. His books include Food For Free and Flora Britannica as well as his award-winning biography of Gilbert White, and his recent memoir Nature Cure, which was shortlisted for both the Whitbread and Ondaatje prizes. He is Vice-President of the Open Spaces Society and lives in Norfolk.
Joanna Macy is a scholar of Buddhism and general systems theory, whoses books include, 'World as Lover, World as Self; The Dharma of Natural Systems', and, 'Rilke's Book of Hours', with Anita Barrows.
Shakti Maira is a painter and philosopher
Usha Maira is a home-maker and teacher.
Jerry Mander is Founder of the International Forum on Globalization and is now Senior Fellow. In the 1970s he formed the first non-profit advertising agency in the US, the Public Media Center, which campaigned internationally for Sierra Club, Friends of the Earth, Greenpeace and other environmental and anti-war efforts. He is also Program Director of the Foundation for Deep Ecology.
Patrick Markee is Senior Policy Analyst for the Coalition for the Homeless.
Alwyn Marriage is a poet, writer and freelance environmental consultant.
James Marriott is the author of The Fables of Gog & Magog written as part of platform's project, 90% Crude.
Philip Marsden is a travel writer and novelist, and author of The Crossing Place: A Journey Among the Armenians (Flamingo, 1994).
David Marsh co-authored The Driving Force; Food in Evolution & the Future (1989) and Nutrition and Evolution (1995), with Professor Michael Crawford.
Survival, Bushcraft and Wild Food instructor at Art & Science of Survival. RNLI Helmsman at Clovelly RNLI. Author of the Survival's Cool blog. Can be found giving talks and demonstrations at Bushcraft & Survival events.
Ivan Massow was Chairman of the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Paul Matthews is a poet who teaches at Emerson College, where he recently hosted an 'Earth Songs' day. He is an organiser of the summer gathering, 'Poetry OtherWise'. www.poetryotherwise.org
Marian Van Eyk McCain writes on matters relating to ecology, health, spirituality and living lightly on the Earth. Her books Elderwoman and The Lilypad List are published by Findhorn Press. www.elderwoman.org
William McDonough is an architect. He was named a Hero for the Planet by Time magazine and received the first and only Presidential Award for Sustainable Development.
Kirsty McGee is a freelance eco-arts journalist and campaigner and is the Arts Editor of Ethical Consumer magazine.
Alastair McIntosh is a Fellow of Edinburgh's Centre for Human Ecology and author of Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power (Aurum Press).
Bill McKibben is the author of The End of Nature and a fellow of the Harvard Center for the Study of Values in Public Life.
Michael Meacher MP was Environment Minister in the UK government from 1997 until 2003 and gave the Schumacher Lecture, 2003.
Donella Meadows was a professor of environmental studies at Dartmouth College, USA.
Peter Melchett is the former Executive Director of Greenpeace UK.
Miguel Mendonça is a researcher, writer and campaigner for the World Future Council. He is the author of Feed-in Tariffs: Accelerating the Deployment of Renewable Energy.
Mary Midgley is a philosopher, scientist and writer.
Selina Mills is a freelance reviewer, writing on art and travel.
Stephanie Mills is the author of Epicurean Simplicity. She wishes her garden were bigger and her back stronger.
Maya Kumar Mitchell is editor of The Resurgence Craft Anthology.
June Mitchell is a former editor at Resurgence.
John Moat John Moat is a poet, artist and author of Rain and Other Stories
John Mohawk is a Seneca Indian activist and philosopher. He is professor of Indian Studies at the State University of New York.
George Monbiot writes a column in the Guardian and is an activist in The Land Is Ours movement.He is author of Captive State (Macmillan).
Thomas Moore is a former Catholic monk. He is author of many books including Care of the Soul and Original Self.
Ruben Mowszowski is a South African writer.
Mozi, original name Mo Di, was a Chinese philosopher of the 4th-5th century bce.
Geoff Mulgan is the author of Connexity: How to live in a Connected World, published by Chatto at 17.99. He is a policy advisor to the Prime Minister, Tony Blair and founder of Demos.