As President of Natural Capitalism, Inc. and co-creator of the Natural Capitalism concept, L. Hunter Lovins works with businesses, governments and organizations to implement this profitable approach to developing sustainable businesses and communities. She has been at the cutting edge of environmental thinking for the past 30 years. As CEO for Strategy, she helped grow the world-renowned Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI) into a 50-person applied research center and source of some of the most innovative environmental policy ideas of recent decades.
She is co-author with Paul Hawken and Amory Lovins of Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution as well as of nine other books and dozens of papers. Her most recent book is Climate Capitalism: Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change, co-authored with Boyd Cohen. Lovins has also been a founding professor of business at Presidio World College, which offers the first accredited MBA in Sustainable Management.
For her work, she has been recognized with the Mitchell Prize, the Right Livelihood Award, and the Lindbergh Award for Environment and Technology. In 2000, she was named a "Hero for the Planet" by Time magazine.
She speaks about Natural Capitalism, sustainability, governance in a globalizing world, energy policy, land management, green real estate development, and community economic prosperity.
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