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Meredith Sabini is the Director of Depth Psychology Programmes in Berkeley, CA. She is the author of Jung: on Nature, Technology and Modern Life.
Wolfgang Sachs is fellow at the Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Energy and the Environment in Germany. He is the author of Development Dictionary.
Govinda Sah 'Azad' is a Nepalese artist.
James Sainsbury is an Associate Editor of Resurgence.
Kirkpatrick Sale is author of Human Scale and The Conquest of Paradise: Christopher Columbus and the Columbian Legacy.
Fiona Sampson Poet and Editor, Fiona Sampson's new books, Common Prayer (poetry, Carcanet, 2007, £9.95: www.carcanet.co.uk) and On Listening (essays, Salt, 2007, £14.95: www.carcanet.co.uk), reflect her interests in ecology and the meaningful landscape.
Craig Sams founded Green & Black's and is author of The Little Food Book.
Scott Russell Sanders is the author of eighteen books, including, most recently, Hunting for Hope, The Country of Language, and The Force of Spirit.
Ziauddin Sardar is a regular contributor to New Statesman.
Axel Scheffler is a published author and an illustrator of children's books. Some of the published credits of Axel Scheffler include The Gruffalo, Room on the Broom, Charlie Cook's Favourite Book, and Stick Man.
Percy Schmeiser is a Canadian farmer and activist. For further information visit www.percyschmeiser.com.
Diana Schumacher is a Schumacher Society Council Member.
Walter Schwartz Walter is a former Guardian staff correspondent His book Living Lightly is published by Jon Carpenter.
Dorothy Schwartz Dorothy is co-author of Grey Friars: Opening the Door to Adult Education.. Her book Living Lightly is published by Jon Carpenter.
Roger Scruton is a philosopher.This article is reprinted with permission from The Financial Times.
Jeremy Seabrook is author of Consuming Cultures: Globalization and Local Lives.
Quentin Seddon grows, cooks, eats and writes about vegetables and fruits.
Peeyush Sekhsaria is an architect/geographer specialising in earthen architecture and sustainable development.
John Seymour was the author of The Complete Book of Self-Sufficiency. He taught smallholding skills in Ireland.
Rajesh Shah lives in Oakland, California.
Michael Shaw Bond writes for The New Scientist.
Rupert Sheldrake is a biologist and author of The Sense of Being Stared at, and Other Aspects of the Extended Mind (Hutchinson)..
Linda Jean Shepherd is a biochemist. She is the author of Lifting the Veil: the feminine Face of Science.
Vandana Shiva is a physicist and philosopher and is Director of Bija Vidyapeeth, the International College for Sustainable Living, in Dehra Dun, India. Her books include Water Wars, Monoculture of the Mind, Staying Alive, Protect or Plunder?, Globalisation and Terrorism, and she is co-author of An Ecological History of Food and Farming in India..
Arpi Shively is a freelance writer living in southern Spain.
Andrew Simms is an Associate Editor of Resurgence and is Policy Director of the New Economics Foundation. (also with [author id="robins" title="Nick Robins"])
Alan Simpson MP is Labour Member of Parliament for Nottingham South.
Sulak Sivaraksa is a Buddhist activist in Thailand.
Ian Skelly is a writer and broadcaster.
Gary Snyder is an American poet, writer, and environmental activist. His most recent book of poems is Danger on Peaks.
Wolfgang B. Sperlich is a linguist, education activist and writer. He is author of Noam Chomsky (Reaktion Books, 2006, £10.95).
Dana Spowers runs a wholefood shop Wild Thymes in Marlborough, Wiltshire.
Charlene Spretnak teaches at the Californian Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. She is author of Resurgence of the Real.
Paul Stamets is an author of many mushroom books, including most recently Medicinal Mushrooms.
Aidan Bridgeland Stephens is home educated.
Michael K. Stone is a member of the Center for Ecoliteracy and was guest Editor of special ecoliteracy issue
Sophie Style is a trained birth companion, writer and activist.
Amira Sumner teaches Biology and Science in a Secondary school. She is a PhD student with the Open University specialising in Environmental Education and lives in rural Dorset.
David Suzuki is the author of Inventing the Future: Reflections on Science, Technology and Nature, Published by Adamantine press, London..
Christopher Swain is a swimmer and has received a UN International Earth Day Award.
Mark Swilling is Academic Director of the Spier Institute, and author in the field of sustainable development in Africa.