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Q&A: Wildlife documentary filmmaker, Kim Wolhuter

Ruth Styles

30th November, 2011

KIM WOLHUTER Playing with hyenas, hunting with cheetahs and running with wild dogs is all in a day's work for Kim Wolhuter. He tells Ruth Styles why he does it more...

Q&A: Geraldine Howard

Ruth Styles

19th October, 2011

Geraldine Howard Aromatherapy Associates founder, Geraldine Howard, discusses naturals, synthetics and why certification schemes need an overhaul with Ruth Styles more...

Q & A: Paul Kingsnorth, green activism is 'simply a faction of consumer society'

Mark Newton

21st September, 2011

Paul Kingsnorth Writer, journalist and environmental activist: Paul Kingsnorth has been them all. Now, however, he has rejected activism in favour of a dystopian strain of thought epitomised by his Dark Mountain project. Mark Newton caught up with him to discover why more...

Q&A: Jean-Christophe Vié of the IUCN

Henry Gass

30th August, 2011

Jean Christophe Vie Conservation isn’t just for NGOs and governments says IUCN Deputy Director of Global Species, Jean-Christophe Vié: it’s something we all need to work on. Henry Gass met him to find out more more...

Q&A: Ross Bowers, Challenge4aCause

Henry Gass

8th July, 2011

Ross Bowers Launched in 2009 to raise funds to protect Namibia’s endangered black rhino population, Challenge4aCause’s Ross Bowers sat down with Henry Gass to talk conservation, tourism and why poaching is still a threat more...

Q&A: Green DJ Richie Hawtin

Victoria Aitken

23rd June, 2011

Richie Hawtin DJ From dispensing with plastic CD cases to finding creative ways to reduce his carbon footprint, Richie Hawtin is blazing a green trail in the music industry. Victoria Aitken caught up with him for a chat more...

Q&A: Environmental activist and writer, Trish Riley

Jeff Holman

26th April, 2011

trish riley According to Trish Riley, it’s absurd to think that individuals can save the planet - only big business has the clout to make a real difference. Utter nonsense or perfectly sensible? Jeff Holman caught up with her to find out more...

Q&A: sustainable agriculture expert, Christian Mensah

Ruth Styles

20th April, 2011

christian mensah Making Ghana’s cocoa sector more sustainable isn’t the easiest of tasks but for the Louis Bolk Institute’s Christian Mensah that’s all part of the job. Ruth Styles caught up with him to find out how he’s doing it more...

Q&A: Helena Norberg-Hodge

Jemima Roberts

2nd March, 2011

Filmmaker, campaigner and environmental pioneer Helena Norberg-Hodge talks to Jemima Roberts about her latest film - The Economics of Happiness - the damage globalisation is doing, and what can be done to counter it

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Q&A: Govinda Sah ‘Azad’

Ruth Styles

17th February, 2011

Are clouds a metaphor for climate change? Artist Govinda Sah ‘Azad’ talks to Ruth Styles about how art can play a part in the fight against global warming more...

Q&A: Ben Southall

Ruth Styles

2nd February, 2011

He’s been a charity fundraiser and is now a fully-fledged adventurer. But is ‘Best Job in the World’s’ Ben Southall about to add eco-warrior to his CV? Ruth Styles met him to find out
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Q & A: Natalie Merchant, musician

Matilda Lee

24th November, 2009

Natalie Merchant Former lead singer of 10,000 Maniacs and now solo musician, Natalie Merchant, talks about campaigning against cement plants and leafletting her gigs more...

Q & A: Jo Wood, founder of Jo Wood Organics

Laura Sevier

13th October, 2009

Jo Wood The eco-beauty businesswoman on why she loves all things organic, the secret of creating a heavenly fragrance and training for Strictly Come Dancing more...

Q & A: Daniel Beltrá, environmental photographer

Laura Sevier

14th September, 2009

An Amazon horned frog in Cristalino State Park, Brazil.  © Daniel Beltra, courtesy of The Prince's Rainforests Project and Sony The award winning environmental photographer on witnessing rainforests around the world, working for Greenpeace and why photos can help save the world more...

Q & A: Pollyanna Pickering, artist and wildlife conservationist

Laura Sevier

13th August, 2009

Pollyanna Pickering Pollyanna Pickering on being one of the few westerners to see a giant panda in the wild, saving the Abyssinian Wolf and how art has led her to a greater appreciation of the natural world... more...

Q & A: 1 Giant Leap, musicians and filmmakers

Laura Sevier

16th July

1 Giant Leap - Jamie Catto and Duncan Bridgeman Jamie Catto and Duncan Bridgeman on music, insanity and saying 'YES' more...

Q & A: Craig Sams and Jo Fairley, founders of Green & Black's Chocolate

1st October 2008

MyworldCraigSamsJoFairley Craig Sams and Jo Fairley on starting up an ethical business, iPhones and how best to enjoy a square of chocolate more...

Q & A: Alice Waters, US food activist and founder of Chez Panisse restaurant

Matilda Lee

19th June, 2009

alice waters Alice Waters on dining with the Dalai Lama, edible schoolyards and life in Berkeley, USA
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Q & A: Jay Griffiths. author of 'Wild: An Elemental Journey'

Laura Sevier

1st June 2009

jay griffiths The author on wilderness, activism, homemade veggie lasagne and the value of sturdy boots more...

Q & A: Jonathon Porritt. environmentalist

Matilda Lee

1st May, 2009

Jonathon_Porritt Jonathon Porritt on renewables, roast lamb and life at Westminster more...

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