Dr. Richard Kahn
http://antiochla.academia.edu/ecopedagogy/About

Dr. David Greenwood
http://agora.lakeheadu.ca/agora.php?st=429

Dr. Daniel Greenberg
http://blogs.livingroutes.org/sustainabilityeducation/author/daniel/

Michael Pollan
Mr. Pollan is the author of Omnivore's Dilemma and Food Rules, he was also the mastermind for the movie Food Inc. He is a healthy food advocate which showcases his need for living a sustainable life. He believes in the act of sustainability, and by educating others on health eating he is able to encourage others to carry live a more localized, sustainable life.
http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,1984685_1984745_1984934,00.html

Dr. David Suzuki
David Suzuki is the top sustainability thinker. He is a man who has taken is love for the environment, and put everything he has into this passion. From creating the David Suzuki Foundation to being recognized as a world leader in sustainable ecology. With a plethora of awards under his belt, a Ph.D. in Zoology, a many years of experience as a scientist, environmentalist and broadcaster, Dr. Suzuki is someone who truly is making a difference in our world.
http://www.davidsuzuki.org/david/

List of Sustainability Thinkers on The Daily Green


Four Reasons Why Ecovillages need Academia


How can we educate for a sustainable future? How can we best engage students in gaining the inspiration, knowledge, and experience necessary to build more equitable, just, and ecological lifestyles for themselves, their communities and the planet?
In this blog series, I have explored these questions and why academia needs to utilize and help develop ecovillages as campuses for sustainability education. To conclude this series, I’d like to turn the equation on its head and consider why eco-villages also need academia.
http://blogs.livingroutes.org/sustainabilityeducation/