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E L. Hunter Lovins. President of Natural Capitalism, Inc. and co-creator of the Natural Capitalism concept, she 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 30 years… More >> L. Hunter Lovins
E Bill Shireman. With Mitsubishi Electric America CEO Tachi Kiuchi and other Fortune 500 chief executives, he formed a business network called the Future 500. It demonstrates how companies can profit from sustainability by applying tools that stimulate innovation, by replacing products with services, and by driving waste toward zero… More >> Bill Shireman
E Andrew Winston. Founder of Winston Eco-Strategies, he is the author of Green Recovery, a strategic plan for using environmental thinking to cope with economic challenges and position businesses for growth. He is also the co-author of Green to Gold, the best-selling guide to what works - and what doesn't - when companies go green… More >>
Andrew Winston
E Tim Sanders. Author of Saving the World at Work: What Companies and Individuals Can Do to Go Beyond Making a Profit to Making a Difference, he explains that because consumers, talent and investors are going to companies that show responsibility to people, communities and environment, companies are competing to achieve these goals… More >>
Tim Sanders
E Darcy Hitchcock. Co-author of The Business Guide to Sustainability, she has more than 25 years of experience helping organizations change (total quality management, self-directed work teams). She applies that experience to moving organizations toward sustainability, and she runs the sustainability assessment service of Zero Waste Alliance… More >>
Darcy Hitchcock
E Brian Nattrass. He has been retained as sustainability advisor to many organizations, including Starbucks, Nike, NASA and the U.S. Army. He coauthored three books, including The Natural Step for Business: Wealth, Ecology & the Evolutionary Corporation. It is used by businesses, universities, and public agencies around the world… More >>
Brian Nattrass
E Chris Laszlo. He was a senior executive at Lafarge S.A., a world leader in materials. Prior to that he was with Deloitte & Touche, where he consulted on strategy to companies such as Dupont, Toshiba, and Renault. He is the author of The Sustainable Company: How To Create Lasting Value Through Social And Environmental Performance More >>
Chris Laszlo
E Natalia Allen. Fast Company rates her firm Design Futurist among its 10 Most Creative Small Businesses. Describing sustainability as an accelerator of innovation and prosperity, she is one of Accenture’s Top 25 Women in Tech. She has presented in China, Saudi Arabia, Dubai, and at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland… More >>
E Peter Fusaro. The best selling author of What Went Wrong at Enron and Chairman of Global Change Associates, he is an energy industry thought leader focusing on emerging energy and environmental financial markets. These include carbon and emissions trading and finance, clean energy technology, renewables and fossil fuels… More >>
Peter Fusaro
E Paul Dolan. First as president of Fetzer Vineyards and then as CEO of the Mendocino Wine Company, he has pioneered the path to sustainability in the California wine industry. His book True to Our Roots: Fermenting a Business Revolution, sets forth the principles that enabled Fetzer to become a model for sustainable business practices… More >>
Paul Dolan
E Jacquelyn Ottman. She is widely recognized as an authority on green marketing. Her company has helped clients gain competitive advantage with new products that have less environmental impact. Her Green Marketing: Opportunity for Innovation is now in its second edition and has been translated into five languages… More >> Jacquelyn Ottman

E Terry Tamminen. His latest book, Cracking the Carbon Code: The Key to Sustainable Profits in the New Economy, describes why and how reducing the carbon footprint of a business will save money, build value and profitability, grow market share, and secure customer approval. He lays out powerful motivations for businesses to change… More >>

Terry Tamminen
E Rob Abbott. Author of Uncommon Cents: Thoreau and the Nature of Business & Conscious Endeavors: Business, Society and the Journey to Sustainability, he is expert on assessing corporate environmental performance. He helps businesses discover wealth-creating opportunities by integrating sustainability and competitive strategy… More >> Rob Abbott
E Bob Doppelt. Author of Leading Change Toward Sustainability: A Change-Management Guide for Business, Government and Civil Society, he assists organizations in sustainability change management. He coordinates the curriculum of a University of Oregon professional development program, the Sustainability Leadership Academy… More >>
Bob Doppelt
E Gil Friend. A systems ecologist and business strategist, he combines broad experience in business, economic development, management cybernetics, and public policy. "Nature's ecosystems have built efficient, adaptive, resilient systems," he observes. "Why should companies reinvent the wheel when the R&D has already been done?"… More >> Gil Friend
E Trudy Heller. Founder and President of Executive Education for the Environment, she shows business leaders how to integrate environmental stewardship into their business models, operations, and competitive strategies. She has worked with executives and staff at Campbell Soup, GE, Lockheed Martin, Merck, REI, and many other firms… More >> Trudy Heller
E Marty Metro. Founder & CEO of Used Cardboard Boxes Inc. and a pioneer in resource recovery, he is an entrepreneur with hard-won expertise in the art of starting and growing a for-profit green enterprise. He and his firm have garnered impressive media attention, including ABC, CBS, NBC, CNN, Business Week, and The Wall Street JournalMore >> Marty Metro

E Bill Roth. An economist, energy expert, and author of The Secret Green Sauce, he is President of Northern California Community Technologies. He was Senior VP Energy Services for PG&E, President of Cleantech America, and headed development of the prototype hydrogen fueled Prius and of the first web-based energy information system… More >>

Bill Roth
E Jack Giampalmi. He held executive management positions with Dow Chemical and The Conference Board (where he was Director of the Townley Center for Environmental Health and Safety). His success involved recognizing the relationships between sustainable development, corporate reputation, economics, and social responsibility… More >> Jack Giampalmi
E Jack Robinson. As the founder of the investment firm Winslow Management Company, he is both a money manager and an environmentalist. His green investing views have been featured in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and The Christian Science Monitor. He has been a guest on CBS Market Watch, National Public Radio, and CNNfnMore >> Jack Robinson
E John Renesch. Author of Getting to the Better Future and a dozen other books, he is a pioneer in the movement to bridge the worlds of leadership, work and sustainable futures. He challenges his audiences to think in new ways. The Futurist calls him a "business visionary." Warren Bennis calls him "a wise elder who shines with wisdom"… More >>
John Renesch
E David Hurst. Author of Crisis & Renewal: Meeting the Challenge of Organizational Change and Contributing Editor to Strategy+Business, he was Executive Vice-President of a large North American industrial distributor. His work focuses on how continuous renewal can enable rapid progress in developing a sustainable future… More >>
David Hurst

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