- Saturday, October 31st, 9:30 - 10:45AM, The Greening of Civilisation: Emerging Models of Environmental Sustainability
- Saturday, October 31st, 3:00 - 4:00PM, The Social Possibility of Y2K: The Year 2000 Computer Bug Problem
RT: Thursday, October 29th, Natural Capitalism
Amory B. Lovins is the Rocky Mountain Institute's Vice President and Director of Research. He has an MA from Oxford as well as six US honorary doctorates. Formerly a consultant experimental physicist he has held a variety of visiting academic chairs, briefed heads of state, published many books, including Natural Capitalism, and hundreds of papers.
Amory Lovins's research on energy, resources, the environment, development and security has laid the foundations for a variety of disciplines, including the multi-billion dollar "negawatt" industry. He has served on the US Department of Energy's senior advisers board and lectures widely.
He has been recognised by a variety of prizes, such as the Right Livelihood Award, and honours, including The Wall Street Journal honouring him as among the 28 people most likely to change the course of business. Together with his wife, Hunter Lovins, he has consulted for utilities, industries and governments.
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Amory Lovins biography