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“The first day or so we all pointed to our countries. The third or fourth day we were pointing to our continents. By the fifth day we were aware of only one Earth.”                  - Astronaut Sultan Bin Salaman al-Saud

The People

Projects pursued by PLANETARY HUMAN are made possible by core members and volunteer contributors.


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Richard Henry Whitehurst - Founder & director

In his own words:

As I look out to the rising sun from a cliff near my home in Queensland, Australia, with the vast Pacific waters giving birth to a golden road of awe, with my vision being overwhelmed by the shimmering resplendence – with the horizon curving off to my right and my left suggesting the spherical immensity of the planet – with the Earth’s gravity holding down all those vast waters – with the thin film of the Earth’s atmosphere cloaking a limitless cosmic abyss there just above my head – with the diverse swarms of life permeating land, sea and sky all around me – with my own inscrutable biological and perceptual circumstances ... within all this and more, I begin to feel my heart warming and opening through a palpable, visceral up-welling of deep sensations in the center of my chest – to beautiful surges of astonishment, and excitement and love. These kinds of powerful feelings, so compelling yet so private, are what have brought about the development of Planetary Human: the website you are visiting and the sense of personal identity that has composed these words.  


This involvement is both a ‘head-trip’ and a ‘heart-journey’ – intensely contemplated and emotionally inter-fused by the astounding discoveries of the sciences. This identity extends into that of the ‘possibilian’ – in which there's an avoidance of fixed ideas about any ultimate model of reality, and a posture of remaining open to possibilities rather than being closed by things believed, or by things supposedly known. Like the wandering albatross I remain aloft. I refuse to land on any final belief, story or conception about reality. I revel in unanswered questions and I adhere to a kind of ‘cognitive deficitism’ – an orientation that the human nervous system, its questions, and its conceptual frameworks are utterly incapable of encapsulating the totality of reality, no matter how relentlessly and/or heroically may they try.


To me, a story about reality – scientific, mathematical, theological, or otherwise – is never ‘The Reality’ itself.  I embrace ineffable Mystery.                  ( more)

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Alison Rickert

Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology and Psychology

A Scientist: “My early steps to becoming a planetary human were shaped by six years working as a marine biologist in the 1970’s when I had the unique opportunity to live on various remote islands on the Great Barrier Reef as a pioneer of two research stations. I was literally immersed in an exquisite but unexplored marine world. Just as astronauts suspended in space were overwhelmed by the earth’s beauty and oneness, I came to appreciate that the natural world matters, it sustains, inspires and heals us and has inherent value in its own right.”

A Mother: “Thirty years of boot camp rearing three children with my partner Peter grounded me, my capacity to love was enlarged, meditation became my life line and I began to explore inner space. From this I learnt that love matters”

A Counsellor: “Exploring the psychology side of my degree, I worked as a counsellor with Relationship Australia for ten years and pioneered a relationship course in schools.  I came to the conclusion that most of us seek love over hate, we long for deep connection but sometimes the small “I” gets in the way of the larger “We”.”

Alison and daughter Arwen visiting Lizard Island for the 40 year anniversary of setting up the Lizard Island research station. Arwen lived on the island in a tent as a baby in the early days of the research station's establishment.

An Activist: “In the last decade I have become a climate change activist.  In 2006 I was in the first Australian cohort of 80 people trained by Al Gore, to deliver his presentation about climate change.  From this experience I learnt that community matters and if we are going to preserve life as we know it on our planet we all need to do our bit and work as a community of global citizens”.

What now ?
 “So let’s do it; let’s rise above our myopic view of life and embrace a planetary view; become mindful of our oneness, our humanity and our dependence on our beautiful earth/ water/air planet and act from this place”

Andrew Gaines
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Andrew Gaines FRSA is on the Boards of Be The Change Australia and the Frank Fenner Foundation. He is the instigator of Inspiring Transition - a platform to support a movement for evolutionary activism based on a combination of helping people think better and improving emotional functioning. The motto here is: To change the system, change the thinking.

He brings to this forty years of experience as a Feldenkrais practitioner, psychotherapist, and creativity trainer, plus insights from The Natural Step, DesignShops, and marketing. His motto is: We help good brains work better.

His books include
Kitchen Table Conversations - Creativity Games - and Inner Work (a manual of self-help techniques for resolving emotional issues). He holds a degree in philosophy from Princeton. He is currently writing a book on Accelerating Cultural Evolution.

Andrew lives in the Blue Mountains outside of Sydney, and plays improvised Spanish guitar and penny whistle. He has been known to visit the local chess club.

James O'Dea

James O’Dea is author of The Conscious Activist, Cultivating Peace , Soul Awakening Practice (June 2017) and other acclaimed works. James is a former President of the Institute of Noetic Sciences, Washington office director of Amnesty International and CEO of the Seva Foundation.


He worked with the Middle East Council of Churches in Beirut during a time of war and massacre and lived in Turkey for five years during civil upheaval and coup d’etat. He has taught peacebuilding to over a thousand students in 30 countries. He has also conducted frontline social healing dialogues around the world. He is a member of The Evolutionary Leaders group and on the Advisory Board of The Peace Alliance and Kosmos Journal. James also mentors emerging leaders. He is an Honorary Fellow of the Laszlo New Paradigm Institute. James is both an activist and mystic.

Jalaja Bonheim PhD

Jalaja Bonheim Ph.D. is an award-winning author, inspiring speaker, visionary and a uniquely gifted group facilitator who has dedicated her life to empowering women and celebrating the sacred feminine. In her workshops and retreats, women from all walks of life, faiths and cultures connect in a spirit of deep authenticity, open-heartedness, freedom and joy. Jalaja has trained hundreds of women leaders in the art of facilitating circle gatherings that address our hunger for more authentic communication and connection, inner peace and spaciousness. Graduates of the Circlework Training include psychologists, social workers, professionals, ministers, rabbis, business leaders and peace activists.    Jalaja mentors women leaders from India, Afghanistan, Australia, Kenya, India, Germany and other nations, and has attracted international acclaim for her groundbreaking work with Jewish and Palestinian women in the Middle East. Since 2005, she has been empowering them to serve as agents of peace in their communities. In 2010, she led the first women’s retreat ever offered in the West Bank, and in 2014, she offered the Circlework Training in the West Bank. 

Jalaja is the founder of the Institute for Circlework, a non-profit organization dedicated to encouraging the practice of Circlework around the world. Since its beginnings in 2001, the Institute for Circlework has supported hundreds of participants and trainees from around the world. Jalaja is the author of many books including:


The Magic of Circlework: The Practice Women Around the World Are Using to Heal and Empower Themselves 

(Meetings in Sacred Space 2018)

The Circlework Training Manual (The Institute for Circlework, 2018}

The Sacred Ego: Living in Peace with Ourselves and Our World   (North Atlantic Press, July 2015).

This book won the Nautilus Award for Best Book on Social Change and Best Book of the Year.

The Hunger for Ecstasy: Fulfilling the Soul’s Need for Passion and Intimacy   (Rodale 2001)

Christopher Altman 

Christopher Altman is an American physicist, quantum technologist, international diplomat and NASA-trained commercial astronaut who began his scientific career with a Guinness world record-holding artificial intelligence project and a NASA/USAF-supported time travel division at multidisciplinary, “Deep Future” research institute, Starlab.


His pioneering next-generation science and technology initiatives include research at world-leading research institutes including NASA Ames Research Center, Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, as senior scientist at an astronaut training base on a volcano in Hawai‘i, as Chairman for the UNISCA First Committee on Disarmament and International Security—selected as annual recipient of the RSA Award for Outstanding Achievement in Government Policy—and as part of the US Government’s fast-track QuIST program in the global race for quantum supremacy. 

As Director of the Board and Chief Science Officer for the world's first commercial astronaut corps and Director with Tau Zero Interstellar Foundation, successor to the NASA Breakthrough Propulsion Physics Program, Altman's research spans quantum technology and next-generation spaceflight. His inaugural keynote address as a candidate with the commercial astronaut corps was broadcast live to 108 sister cities around the world. NASA allocated funding to the corps for its first manned spaceflights the following spring.  Christopher is also ARC Future Fellow PhD Scholar in Quantum Technology at the Australian Research Council and University of Technology Sydney.

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Kevin W. Kelley

Artist, entrepreneur, and author of the NY Times and international best-selling books The Home Planet (1988), and Embracing Earth (1991), is now creating Infinitaas - a new paradigm for visualizing and exploring Big History and Earth Systems Science. 

The Home Planet is a large format book of stunning photographs of Earth taken from space, accompanied by quotations from astronauts and cosmonauts reflecting on the profound effect of experiencing Earth from the perspective of space. Over 600,000 copies of the book have been printed and distributed worldwide in 11 languages, and it remains the largest co-publishing venture between American and Russian publishers. 

Embracing Earth, New Views of Our Changing Planet, co-authored with Payson Stevens, was the first book to present an integral perspective of the earth's five interconnected systems: the geosphere, the hydrosphere, the atmosphere, the chryosphere and the biosphere. It was Chronicle Books’ lead volume in the fall of 1992.

After a period of running World Perspectives, a company providing images of space and the planet to the publishing and advertising industries, Kevin became involved with a number of start up companies, including one he co-founded intended to put the first Earth-looking TV camera into orbit. 

In 2009, with partner Rachel Bagby, Kevin co-founded Metanoiaa™, a design and production organization. Metanoiaa's breakthrough visualization technologies, social media, and artistic civic engagement strategies are designed to:
• Show audiences our place within time, space, and the unfolding processes of our cosmos 
• Create collaborative understanding, conversation and capacity through social media 
• Engage people through an ecological and earth-systems literacy program to take wise action towards developing global civilizations

   capable of truly flourishing 
• Help guide the successful transformation of human society in an era of rapid world change 


Kevin is also a founding member of The Overview Institute USA. 

Mohammad Al-Mohanna PhD  

Dr. Mohammed Mohanna Al-Mohanna obtained his B.Sc. (1982) from faculty of Marine Sciences, King Abdul Aziz University, Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and was appointed to the position of administrator in (1983) at the faculty of Meteorology, Environment and Arid Land Agriculture. In 1988, he obtained his Ph.D. in Environmental Pollution from the University of Wales and was appointed Assistant Professor. Dr. Al-Mohanna has been actively engaged in education, research, consulting and advisory services in various field of environment aspects. He was a member of the scientific team who was studying extents and impacts of the oil spill in the Arabian Gulf during the Iraqi Kuwait conflict (1991).


Dr. Al-Mohanna has conducted many environmental impact assessment studies on local, national and regional levels. The studies describe the existing component of the environment affected, and assess the severity of impact, suggesting mitigating measures. He also has vast experience in environmental awareness.


He spent three years in a deputation to MEPA in which he was the director of Oil Pollution Groups and in the Saudi Environmental Awareness programs, was the chairman of MEPA`S Environmental Awareness Committee and MEPA`S Representative in the Scientific Committee for Environmental Exhibition held in Riyadh 1995, Saudi Arabia.

Dr. Al-Mohanna is the environmental consultant for Jeddah chamber of commerce and industries (JCCI), and the founder of the ENVIRONMENT AND DEVELOPMENT Magazine published by JCCI, and its editor of three years.  In Dr. Al-Mohanna`s efforts and contribution to the area of environmental awareness among Arabians, he has published hundreds of articles in very respected and well known newspapers such as Middle East, Riyadh, Okas, Aleqtisadiah and Albilad. Dr. Al-Mohanna is a well known environmental writer and his weekly environmental articles in Okaz and Riyadh newspaper have attracted many readers - Saudies and non-Saudies (Arabian) - and led to the spread of environmental awareness among Arabic populations.

Richard Hill, MA, MEd, MBMSc

Richard Hill, MA, MEd, MBMSc, is a practising psychotherapist/counsellor, an author, educator and professional supervisor. He is acknowledged internationally as an expert in human dynamics, communications, the brain and the mind. He is a regular speaker on the topics of neuroscience and psychosocial genomics, has developed special training courses for suicide prevention and is the originator of the Curiosity Oriented Approach. His work with Ernest Rossi, PhD, has led to the publication of The Practitioner’s Guide to Mirroring Hands, which is not only about a particular technique, first developed by Rossi, but also a complete approach to therapeutic practice. They describe this as Client-Responsive Therapy which includes Richard’s Curiosity Approach. He is President of the Global Association of Interpersonal Neurobiology Studies (GAINS), a select member of the International Psychosocial Genomics Research Group, an Esteemed Member of the International Council of Professional Therapists, director of the Mindscience Institute and, Managing Editor of The Neuropsychotherapist. He holds Masters degrees in Arts; Education; and Mind and Brain Sciences. His other books include, Choose Hope and How the ‘real world’ Is Driving Us Crazy! as well as numerous articles, journal papers and book chapters, including Perspectives on Coping and Resilience and Strengths Based Social Work Practice in Mental Health, published worldwide. 

Kathryn Lane Rossi, PhD

Kathryn Lane Rossi, Ph.D. is internationally recognized as a sensitive psychotherapist and teacher of innovative approaches to facilitating the creative process in the arts and sciences. In recent years she has pioneered new neuroscience approaches to yoga, consciousness and enlightenment.


She is a Professor of Psychotherapy at La Nuova Scuola Di Neuroscienze Ipnosi Therapeutica (The New School of Therapeutic Hypnosis) and l’Istituto Mente-Corpo (The Mind-Body Institute), Solopaca, Italy. Her abiding passion is the integration of ancient and modern experiences of heart and mind for facilitating the global evolution of consciousness and compassion.


Her recent books include editing Creating Consciousness: How Psychotherapists Can Facilitate Wonder, Wisdom and Self-Care (2012), The Breakout Heuristic (2007), A Dialogue with Our Genes: The Psychosocial Genomics of Therapeutic Hypnosis and Psychotherapy (2004) and The Symptom Path to Enlightenment: An Advanced Manual for Beginners (1996). She is a co-editor of the 16 volumes of The Collected Works of Milton H. Erickson, M.D.

Jean Benedict Raffa EdD

Jean Benedict Raffa EdD is a former teacher, television producer, and college professor with a doctorate in Education from the University of Florida.


In her late thirties she underwent a spiritual “dark night” that shifted her focus from the outer world of achievement and conformity to the authentic inner life of the psyche.


The work of Carl Jung inspired intense study and led to the re-discovery of her passions for writing and self-knowledge. Since then she has  been writing and teaching about psychological and spiritual matters from a perspective informed by Jungian psychology and personal experience. Her previous books on these subjects are The Bridge to Wholeness and Dream Theatres of the Soul.


A mother of two and grandmother of five, she and her husband, an economist, live in Maitland, Florida and Highlands, North  Carolina.

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Laura Koniver, M.D. is a physician who has combined the best of modern medicine with intuitive healing, along with the application of grounding (sometimes known as earthing), relational elements gleaned from her deep experiences as a mother, and the joy of her artistic expression portraying states of wellness through her paintings. She sees her duty as a healer to look at health problems from a deeper level then just an analytical mind-frame. In the course of her medical practice she has discovered that there is room for both sides of herself; the analytical mind and the intuitive one. In this way she has been using her intuition to sense the deeper meaning behind health issues, the reasons behind the issues, the energetic imbalances, and the deeper healing work needed to resolve the issues. Dr Koniver has found that running a health problem through both the lens of modern medicine and the lens of intuition reveals a bigger picture that can’t be seen any other way.


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She has been interviewed by healthcare reporters, magazines, news programs and websites including FoxNews, First for Women, MaryJanes Farm, and many more. She writes a regular health column in a national magazine and is a featured expert protagonist in the motion picture ‘Grounded, 'Heal For Free" and the award winning film 'Down To Earth’. She offers on-line health classes and holistic healing tools to patients and readers all over the world.
Planetary Human is proud to have Dr Koniver as a member of its advisory board.    

Paul Hawken ~ Fellow

Paul Hawken is an author and activist. He has founded successful, ecologically-conscious businesses, and consulted with heads of state and CEOs on economic development, industrial ecology, and environmental policy. He has written seven books including four national bestsellers: The Next Economy, Growing a Business,  The Ecology of Commerce, and Blessed Unrest. The Ecology of Commerce was voted as the #1 college text on business and the environment by professors in 67 business schools. Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution, co-authored with Amory Lovins, has been referred to by several heads of state including President Bill Clinton who called it one of the most important books in the world at that time. He has served on the board of many environmental organizations including Center for Plant Conservation, Shelburne Farms, Trust for Public Land, Conservation International, and National Audubon Society.

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Annahita Nezami PhD

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Annahita Nezami received her doctorate in Counselling Psychology from City, University of London and is the founder of VROE Virtual Reality Overview-Effect where she designs and co-facilitates mental health workshops. As a counselling psychologist she also runs a private practice in Kingston upon Thames, UK, with over 15 years experience working in mental health with specialisations in attachment, depression, anxiety, trauma and personality disorders.​ 


Her VROE project has been inspired by her five years of doctoral research on the therapeutic value of the Overview Effect. Her research aimed to explore how we can use awe-inducing experiences such as Earth gazing to promote growth and wellbeing. Dr Nezami's ongoing research continues to focus on understanding the effect and in discovering how its transforming emotions such as awe, gratitude, reverence, humility and wonder might be experienced by people on Earth as well as astronauts. She stresses that the role of psychologists should not merely focus on individual well-being but the well-being of entire societies. She is a speaker at conferences in the UK and Europe on her ideas and research into the Overview Effect, and has presented at TEDx London, British Psychological Society UK, InScience Festival, and Overview Symposium Netherlands. She has also contributed to BBC radio 4 and The Pulse radio programmes. 

Kirk J Schneider PhD

Kirk J. Schneider, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and leading spokesperson for contemporary existential-humanistic psychology. Dr. Schneider is the current president of the Existential-Humanistic Institute (EHI), Council Member of the American Psychological Association (APA), past president (2015-2016) of the Society for Humanistic Psychology (Division 32) of the APA, recent past editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (2005-2012), and adjunct faculty member at Saybrook University and Teachers College, Columbia University.

Dr. Schneider is also an Honorary Member of the Society for Existential Analysis and the East European Association for Existential Therapy.  A Fellow of the APA, Dr. Schneider has published over 200 articles, interviews and chapters and has authored or edited 13 books including The Spirituality of Awe, The Polarized Mind, Awakening to Awe, The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology, Existential-Humanistic therapy, Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy, and the Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy. 
For more information on Dr. Schneider's work visit:                           

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Douglas Gillette


Douglas Gillette has been a life-long student of, and college teacher, guest lecturer, and workshop presenter in, the fields of history of thought, comparative religion and mythology, depth psychology, human origins, cosmology and quantum cosmology - in the Emeritus Program at Oakton Community College in Skokie, IL. He is the author of seven books in these fields with major publishing houses, with the sale of numerous foreign rights. Most recently he has published a profound collection of lyrical illuminations, At the Thresholds of Elysium - available through Amazon:

Doug has been a pastoral counselor, working with individuals, couples, and groups, and is a retired pastor in the United Church of Christ, in which he specialized in inter-faith dialogue and alternative services, as well as church growth. He is a lover of the Divine, his fellow human beings, and reality as he has experienced it. His education includes a Theatre Major and an English Minor from Augustana College, an M.A. of Religious Studies from the University of Chicago Divinity School, and an M-Div. from Chicago Theological Seminary. With his teaching, writings, and appearances, he wishes to give back as much as possible of the richness he has received. We are proud to have him on our advisory board.

Andrea harding  &  Bret Warshawsky

Andrea Harding and Bret Warshawsky are a visionary married couple and some of the co-founders of the S7 Foundation (aka Noomap) and Infinite World Game. They are deeply devoted to and passionate for co-creating new realities through spirit-motivated social action and socio-technologies. Along with their co-hearts and extensive network of networks, they are gathering momentum to emerge from their cocoon of research, design and embodiment to bring a butterfly-like vision and a set of tools to the world that respond to questions like: What does the evolutionary impulse seek next? What comes after capitalism? What might the 'innerview effect' look and feel like? What seems impossible until we do it? What kind of collective experience and myths will be the root-stock of a unity consciousness existence? On a more personal note, Bret has a soul mission of Spiritual Philanthropy and Transmedium Productions, and Andrea for an Organomic Planetary Operating System and Co-creation at Scale

You are welcome to connect with Andrea at and Bret at 


Bayo Akomolafe PhD


A fugitive to the manicured disciplinary of the academe, speaker, and proud diaper-changer, Bayo leads an earth-wide organization - The Emergence Network - as its Chief Curator and Director. The organization is set up for the re-calibration of our ability to respond to civilizational crisis - a project framed within a feminist ethos and inspired by indigenous cosmologies. He considers this a shared art - exploring the edges of the intelligible, dancing with posthumanist ideas, dabbling in the mysteries of quantum mechanics and the liberating sermon of an ecofeminism text, and talking with others about how to host a festival in Brazil - and part of his inner struggle to regain a sense of rootedness to his community. He also hosts a course (We Will Dance with Mountains) among other offerings.

Bayo is visiting professor at Middlebury College, Vermont, and has taught in universities around the world including: Sonoma State University - California, Simon Frasier University - Vancouver, Schumacher College - Devon, Harvard University, and Covenant University - Nigeria – among others. He is a consultant with UNESCO.  

Bayo has authored two books, ‘We Will Tell Our Own Story!’ and ‘These Wilds Beyond our Fences: Letters to My Daughter on Humanity’s Search for Home’, and has penned forewords for many others.

Jeff Vander Clute

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Jeff Vander Clute is a guide for the journey of awakened living. He empowers high-functioning entrepreneurs and visionaries, offering clarity and insights that help them to experience the truth and joy of being, and to express the next level of their abilities. He works collectively, as well, to bring forth the new systems of humanity that are in harmony with the planet.

Through sustained consciousness practices, Jeff has developed a methodology called Resonance Mapping for making enlightened decisions. Resonance Mapping synthesizes intuition and analysis in order to calibrate the aliveness, power, and truth of possibilities. By identifying the most-alive opportunities in this way, Jeff brings wisdom and uplifting energy into even the most challenging situations. In the process, whole systems awaken, pathways emerge by which people can “be the new human,” and businesses become radiant collectives.

Jeff is a founder of Enlightening Journeys and ExpeditionsThe Enlightenment Zone, and Sourcing The Way. He is also a co-creator and teacher of The Consciousness of Money, chair of Source of Synergy Foundation, and a long-time member of the Evolutionary Leaders Circle. Jeff leads transformational retreats and experiences globally, and he invests care and consciousness in everyone he supports.

Also see more about Jeff's business background here:

Robertson Work

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Professor Work is an author, ecosystem/justice activist, facilitator of the Compassionate Civilization Collaborative (C3), and adviser to The Solutions Journal, in addition to Overview and Planetary Human. He has worked in over fifty countries for fifty years and was UNDP deputy-director of the democratic governance division, and principal policy adviser on decentralization, local governance, and urban development; NYU Wagner Graduate School of Public Service professor of innovative leadership for sustainable development; and executive director of the nonprofit Institute of Cultural Affairs (ICA) in Malaysia, South Korea, Jamaica, and Venezuela, conducting community, organizational, and leadership initiatives. He has also been a Fulbright senior specialist, fellow at NYU Center for Leadership in Action, UN consultant, and public speaker.

His most recent books are Serving People & Planet: In Mystery, Love and Gratitude   - and -

A Compassionate Civilization: The Urgency of Sustainable Development and Mindful Activism

He has contributed to eleven other books.

His blog can be found at: 


Duane Elgin  ~  Fellow

Duane’s futures work includes two years on the senior staff of a Presidential Commission on the American Future; six years working as a senior social scientist with the “futures group” at SRI International where he conducted research on the deep future for the National Science Foundation, The President’s Science Advisor, the Environmental Protection Agency, and more. Duane is the author of five books that look into the deep future: Awakening Earth, Promise Ahead, The Living Universe, Voluntary Simplicity and Choosing Earth. He co-authored Changing Images of Man with Joseph Campbell and a small team of scholars. He has an MA in economic- history from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the Wharton School. Duane grew up on a farm and has been planting seeds his entire life.                           

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