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Environmentalists

  • Brundtland, Gro Harlem, b. 1939
  • Catton, William, 1926 - 2015
  • Commoner, Barry, 1917 - 2012
  • Ehrlich, Paul, author of Population Bomb (1968), b. 1932
  • Chadwick, Edwin, 1800 - 1890, English social reformer and environmentalist.
  • Fossey, Diane, 1932 - 1985
  • Goodall, Jane, b. 1934
  • Gribben, John, 1946 -
  • Hansen, Jim, b. 1941, American atmospheric physicist and environmentalist.
  • Hardin, Garrett, 1915 - 2003, Paper: The Tragedy of the commons/i> (1968 Science), Life Boat Theory
  • Harms, Rebecca, b. 1956, President of the Greens/European Free alliance group in the European Parliament
  • Jacobs, Jane, The Death and Life of the Great American Cities (1961)
  • Kelly, Petra, German Green Party leader
  • Lamberts, Philippe, b. 1963, co-representative of the Greens/European Free alliance group in the European Parliament
  • Lovelock, James, 1919 -
  • Maathai, Wangari
  • Shiva, Vandana, Indian physicist and eco-feminist
  • Strong, Maurice, 1929 - 2015
  • Weizsäcker, Ernst Ulrich von
  • Wilson, Edward O.

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