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Suzi Gablik is an art critic, artist and teacher. She is the author of Living the Magical Life: An Oracular Adventure (Phanes Press) and The Re-enchantment of Art and Conversations Beyond the End of Time published by Thames & Hudson. She lives in Blacksburg, Virginia, USA.
Ela Gandhi granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi, is a political activist.
Alan Gear was Chief Executive of the Henry Doubleday Research Association UK.
Sue Gill is a Director of Welfarestate, a performance company.
Herbert Girardet is Chairman of the Schumacher Society and author of Cities, People, Planet. He is an Associate Editor of Resurgence.
Donna Gold is an American art critic living on Maine's Penobscot river.
Katherine Goldsmith has been working to support the anti-Tehri dam movement in Britain.
Andy Goldsworthy produces sculpture and land art using natural and found objects to create both temporary and permanent pieces.
Jane Goodall is Founder of Roots And Shoots, an environmental and humanitarian programme for young people.
The late Brian Goodwin was a Professor at Schumacher College and taught Holistic Science. He died in July 2009.
Mikhail Gorbachev is former President of the USSR.
Aonghus Gordon is the founder of Ruskin Mill.
John Gormley was the Mayor of Dublin. He is a Green Party member of Dáil Eireann, the Irish Parliament.
John de Graaf is the US co-ordinator for the Take Back Your Time campaign and co-author of Affluenza.
John Gray is Professor of European Thought at London School of Economics. His new book Straw Dogs: Thoughts on Humans and Other Animals will be published by Granta in October.
Araminta Greaves leads Periwinkles, the Kernow Steiner Project’s Parent and Child Group www.periwinkles.org.
Ray Greek is the Medical Director of Europeans For Medical Advancement.
Jay Griffiths is a regular contributor to the Environment page of The Guardian and author of Pip Pip: A Sideways Look At Time.
Joanna Griffiths is at St Antony's College, Oxford, where she is writing a nature-history called Ultima Thule: the Myth of the Pure North.
John Grimshaw is the founder of Sustrans and campains for sustainable transport..