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Cooperatively-owned community-based natural foods grocery store
H Street Community Market will be cooperatively owned, community-based retail store and educational resource open to all. We will offer an exciting and diverse array of quality food and health products and services that enrich lives, improve health, and help to grow the local economy.
The Clean Green Power Machine
H-Dot Logic Incorporated is an alternative energy company created to retrofit older homes and businesses with green energy technology, and work with contractors in the Pacific Northwest to create Zero Energy Communities and bring electrical power and grid stability to the region by helping to create a more distributed power generation system. The company will also have a line of mobile green electricity generation units which will be sold and leased.
Habanera Farm, LLC offers herbal medicine consultations, health, wellness and spiritual coaching, grief recovery outreach programs and a course curriculum for a variety of classes. Subjects of the classes relate to health awareness, health management, cooking, nature, nurturing relationships and partnerships, developing healing practices and awareness, and herb growing.
Habanera Farm is the first licensed herbal tea processor and producer in Maryland, growing superior quality herbs to create tasty teas for customers looking for health and enjoyment.
Herbal teas are created by combining high quality farm grown herbs with or without the addition of imported organic fair trade teas or herbs from other regions. All teas are extensively tested on taste and consistency. We have been growing and blending since 2007 and added the nations first solar thermal herb dryer in 2011 to produce our teas in an energy efficient and responsible way.
Habanera Farm, LLC is dedicated to providing a warm and welcoming space - either here or at your location - to join us for classes, workshops, retreats and consultations, explore healing and holistic approaches to living a life alive and awake and to purchase specially blended herbal teas and accessories.
Henriette den Ouden is an experienced Clinical Herbalist, teacher and Health Coach offering Herbal Medicine Consultations; Wellness, Cooking, Spices and Herbs Presentations and Classes and is available to advise those wishing to design or grow medicinal and culinary herb or therapeutic gardens.
Chris Himmel is a Certified Grief Recovery Specialist, Spiritual Consultant and Ordained Minister (non-denominational) offering individual and group consultations focusing on taking a step when it is time for something to happen in your life or to take a step into a new life after experiencing a life change (such as death, graduation, retirement.) She is also a lively teacher of incorporating nature in your practices, the 5 Element and Seasons approach to life and mindfulness. Chris is also available for Weddings, Funerals, and Recommitment Ceremonies.
Phone: 410 873 2953 / 302 604 9856
Natural herbal products for your body, spirit and home, with no chemicals or additives. Also certified Reflexology sessions available.
Haglund, Founder and President of pioneering garden coaching firm Garden Mentors, Inc. is regarded nationally as a premier garden coach, awardwinning designer, and engaging speaker. Haglund's lectures are peppered with colorful anecdotes derived from her childhood on the farm and her every day garden coaching experiences working handinhand with gardeners empowering them in their gardens. Haglund's garden coaching, design insights and tips for gardening with pets are featured in several media sources including Organic Gardening Magazine, The New York Times, Sunset Magazine, The Seattle Times, Dog Park Wisdom, and HGTV's Landscaper's Challenge. As well, look for Haglund in forthcoming episodes of Growing a Greener World TV on PBS this year.
Haglund is an avid supporter of local food banks and community garden programs. In addition to donating food regularly to local food banks from her own garden, she consults with community organizers, garden designers and food banks to assist them in building beautiful, functional, edible spaces. And, by working handinhand with gardeners, Haglund empowers others in working toward ending hunger.
Residential and Commercial Water Filtration
As the innovative leader in water filtration, Hague specializes in commercial & residential applications. With a range of treatment options, Hague can fix virtually any water problem from replacing bottled water with state-of-the-art filtration coolers, whole house to commercial grade units. We offer a free Green Survey and equipment consultation.
Tammy Halevy is the senior vice president of Membership and New Initiatives at the Association for Enterprise Opportunity, the voice of US microenterprise. AEO members across the country provide capital and business services to underserved entrepreneurs. AEO members are increasingly offering green financing and businessrelated services. In response, AEO has partnered with Green America and Eco Ventures International to evaluate the economic case for the smallest businesses to go green and to channel valuable green resources to micro and small businesses.
Lora Hall got her start as a gardener in Los Angeles with a tiny plot of land in a community garden where she learned about growing both food and community. She now works professionally as a gardener and garden educator with a focus on edible gardening, fruit trees and California appropriate low water use landscapes. Lora also grows food and flowers for some of L.A.’s top restaurants. In 2009, she founded the Los Angeles Urban Chicken Enthusiasts to create a network for those interested in raising chickens in the city. Lora has a B.A. from U.C. Berkeley and an M.S from Cal Poly Pomona. She lives in Silverlake, where she composts, raises chickens and runs a small backyard nursery.
Carmen Hallet is the President and founder of EcoVidalDesign, Inc. a company dedicated to sustainable architecture, urban design and planning. Before founding EcoVidalDesign, Carmen worked for the City of Chicago's Department of Planning and Development as a Lakefront and Planned Development Coordinator and as part of Mayor Daley's Green team.
- Making Waves and Riding the Currents: Activism and the Practice of Wisdom
Halpern founded the Center for Law and Social Policy, litigating landmark environmental protection and civil rights cases, and Demos: A Network for Ideas and Action.
Hambrock Holistic Healing Center
We are a team of Holistic Health practitioners who have come together to help families and individuals create greater wellness through treatments such as Therapeutic Massage, HypnoTherapy, CranioSacral, Energy work, Aroma Therapy, Healing Stones,Homeopathy,and Yoga. At the DC Greenfest Saturday from 2-7pm we will be providing seated chair Massage and Energy work. Please feel free to drop by and talk to us about our Holistic Center and get a treatment for $20 for 15 mins.
Staying Healthy in the Fast Lane – 9 Simple Steps to Optimal Health (Prescription 2000, 2011)
As a certified physician’s assistant specializing in nutrition, prevention and integrative medicine, Kirk Hamilton maintains that if there’s one cure all for chronic disease it’s what you eat. With his emphasis on consuming more unprocessed, micronutrient dense plant-food along with simple cross-training and mind/body principles, Kirk has been instrumental in guiding his patients and clients toward the path of optimal health since 1983.
As the founder of Clinical Pearls Publications, Kirk provided thousands of summaries of nutrition research and medical interviews to practicing physicians and researchers around the globe until he sold the company to Tishcon Corp. in 2004. In 2009 Kirk began hosting his own podcast show titled Staying Healthy Today interviewing top experts in the fields of nutrition and preventive medicine. Drawing on his 29 year career, in August 2011 Kirk self-published the book titled “Staying Healthy in the Fast Lane – 9 Simple Steps to Optimal Health.” His book serves as a guide for individuals, professionals and policy makers on how to create a new health paradigm that is focused on staying well and prevention as the only real and lasting healthcare reform.
Kirk also teaches through his Staying Healthy Today Lecture Series and hosts two YouTube shows, The Sloppy Vegan Cooking Show and the Stay Healthy Today Show. Kirk lives in Sacramento, California.
Denise Hamler is the director and co-founder of the Green Business Network at Green America.
Denise has held senior marketing and publications positions and launched social media programs such as Green Deals, the successful green GROUP.ON. She serves as the publisher for Green America’s publications: The National Green Pages and Green American magazine.
In 2001, Denise co-founded the successful Green Festivals. It is the nation’s largest premier sustainability event AND has attracted over 1 million attendees in 6 major markets including Washington DC.
Green America’s current campaigns include: Launching Clean Energy Victory Bonds; Break-Up with Your Mega-Bank; removing child labor from cocoa production; and educating consumers about GMOs.
Established in 1982, Green America’s Green Business Network is America's first and largest network of socially and environmentally responsible businesses with a green business certification. It includes a diverse membership of over 4,000 socially and environmentally responsible businesses.
She currently serves on the board of directors of Green America, Port Towns Community Development Corporation in Prince George’s County, and Sustainable Community Initiatives.
Kaliya Hamlin is the Network Director at Planetwork an organization at the intersection of Information Technology and Social/Environmental good. For over 5 years she has been a leading force in the development of the identity ; social layer of the web with open standards. Her blog is identitywoman.net. She also designs and facilitates unconferences for professional communities seeking to innovate and work collaboratively across companies. Her blog on this topic is unconference.net. In the early 2000's before people knew what social networks were she attempted the development of open source, open standards based social network tools for spiritual activist communities.
Representative Hamos serves the 18th District. She is currently Chairof the Mass Transit Committee, having sponsored initiatives such asuniversal broadband and homeless prevention.
Tim is an activist for DC voting rights and an accomplished art teacher. He taught digital arts including screen printing at VisArts in Rockville, MD and at multiple schools as part of their afterschool programs.
David has been an active member with Sea Shepherd for almost 5 years, conducting outreach and education related to ocean conservation, all over southern California. He serves as a quartermaster on the vessel "Bob Barker, one of 3 ships sent to Antarctica to stop the illegal poaching of whales in a protected whale sanctuary.
David has participated in campaigns in the gulf of Mexico, following the gulf oil spill and other campaigns to stop illegal poachers. Sea Shepherd is most well known by the current television show, "Whale Wars", aired on animal planet/discovery and he is one of the featured crew members on this show.
HandCrafting Justice provides access to Fair Trade markets for unique, handmade goods created by enterprising women in the developing world, working to lift themselves and their families out of poverty. By fostering self-reliance, ensuring fair wages, and building support networks, we empower women to overcome social and economic injustice.
Marisa Handler is the author of Loyal to the Sky: Notes from an Activist. Shes a writer, activist, and singersongwriter living in San Francisco. Marisa has worked as an organizer in the global justice and peace movements, and has traveled the world writing about sociopolitics and globalization.
Her work has appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Earth Island Journal, Salon.com, Alternet, and Tikkun, Orion, and Bitch magazines. Her first book, Loyal to the Sky is a memoir, moving from Marisas childhood home in apartheid South Africa to Israel, India, Nepal, Ecuador, Peru, and all over the United States. It offers a rare and revealing glimpse inside the global justice movement, and describes how she came to advocate an activism grounded in principles of interconnection and nonviolence as the best means for building the world we wish to see. Marisa is just back from Central America, where she was writing about the Zapatistas ongoing struggle and the continuing violence in Guatemala. For more, go to www.marisahandler.com.
Recycled and bamboo clothing hangers
Hanggreen.com is an eco-friendly manufacturer of recycled plastic and bamboo hangers. Let us help you green your home or business.
HanlonWilde is a Coowner and Western Sales Manager for Equal Exchange, a workerowned cooperative dedicated to Fair Trade. Over the past decade he has led delegations of U.S. grocery store managers to live and work with coffee farmers in Peru. HanlonWilde provided a peer review of the publication Confronting the Coffee Crisis: Fair Trade, Sustainable Livelihoods and Ecosystems in Mexico and Central America prior to its 2008 publication by MIT Press. Prior to joining Equal Exchange, HanlonWilde imported fresh fruits and vegetables from Latin America and earlier worked for the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Affordable organic clothing for kids!
We make it easy to find fashionable and fun to wear clothing for kids and women that supports your commitment to the environment. Our family owned store specializes in unique organic kids' clothing (up to size 12), Colorgrown clothing, and women's designer organic clothing. Our gently used and outlet sections make organic clothing attainable for every budget. We also carry locally made women's handbags from recycled materials and reusable water bottles.
Not everyone looks at empty plastic buckets and thinks "brewery equipment," but that's just what Rob Hanson did 14 years ago. With the encouragement and tutelage of his officemate, a homebrewer himself, Hanson has been making his own beer at home ever since.
Tongue in cheek, Hanson describes brewing as a "gateway hobby" that has led to his deeper interest in food, flavor, sourdough bread baking, gardening, and even woodworking as he has built equipment to serve, transport, and showcase his beer.
When he is not brewing, Hanson is Advertising and Special Projects Manager at Green America, and enjoys working with Green Business Network members who advertise in Green America publications and web sites. Hanson is the father of two boys who are not interested in beer at all, and a husband to a wife who puts up with his hobbies with great patience, and who enjoys the occasional beer herself.
James Hanusa is Vice President of Development for Climate Prosperity Strategies and a Fellow of Global Urban Development. His recent activism work has focused on the Copenhagen Climate Change negotiations representing online/offline campaigns such as 350.org and Hopenhagen as well as working towards public/private/civic coalitions in specific issues areas such as tech transfer and finance. He founded Change SF in 2009, a San Franciscobased citizen sustainability initiative. His previous professional experience includes roles in business development and strategic alliances for information technology and social media companies including Intel, SAP, PeopleSoft, and Garrigan Lyman. He holds an M.B.A. in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a B.S. in Marketing from Arizona State University.
Change SF is an engagement series with the mission of accelerating and amplifying the green transformation of San Francisco through regenerative community. We organize offline connector events, online networks, green community volunteer projects and collaborative campaigns. Project identification and social innovation are additional areas where we are growing community.
How to participate:Join one of our social network groups (Linkedin, Facebook, Wiser Earth, Twitter) and share your ideas for community collaboration projects. Seeking volunteers to take this city and campaign to the next level.
James Hanusa is Green Economy Advisor to the Stakeholder Forum, organizer of the Rio+20 Earth Summit and a Fellow of Global Urban Development. His current work on New Initiatives for the Burning Man Project is focused on the Economic Development and Civic Participation in San Francisco.
James’s background encompasses teaching social media at Ex’pression College and urban sustainability organizing for 350.org, Global Campaign for Climate Action and others. He founded Change SF in 2009, a San Francisco-based citizen sustainability initiative. His previous professional experience includes roles in business development and strategic alliances for information technology and social media companies including Intel, SAP, PeopleSoft, and Garrigan Lyman. He holds an M.B.A. in International Management from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and a B.S. in Marketing from Arizona State University.
custom furniture slipcovers and projects with hemp
Elaine Ellis of I Do Slipcovers has been your local seamstress of custom slipcovers since 1992, when she ventured out to express her knowledge and creativity in the world of residential furniture. She has been sewing since 11 years old, and in 1994 received recognition in our Westword Best of Denver. Elaine desires to introduce her selection of hemp and hemp blend textiles, which are Earth sustainable, rugged, supple, and most importantly, washable. She is also committed to the sharing of right information about the crop we call industrial hemp and the reintroduction of its legality for our Americal farmers.Her tagline is "Support Industrial Hemp Farming" as she now proudly works the venture of Happy Earth Textiles.
Launched on Mother’s Day 2006, and owned and operated by moms, HAPPYFAMILY is the leading premium organic food brand delivering optimum nutrition for the entire family. HAPPYFAMILY is the only company to feature a complete line of nourishment for babies’, toddlers’ and kids’ growing bodies. Connect with us - facebook.com/HAPPYFAM
organic cotton play wear for kids
Organic cotton clothing and accessories for infants and children
Harget (moderator) has been raising funds, developing programs, and planning special events for environmental and health organizations for 15 years. In her role as Green America's Director of Development, Harget has helped secure foundation funding for Green America's Climate Action and Solar Catalyst Programs, and is currently promoting Green America's Efficiency First! project through her work with and participation in Climate Ride a 300mile, 5day bike ride that raises funds for three organizations working on climate change issues.
Now 30, Tad has been a full time innovator, trend setter, social entrepreneur and change maker since he was 18.
His work has gained the endorsement of a veritable who's who of positive changemakers from over 50 countries.
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Imagine a series of windows built with beauty, comfort and the environment in mind. The Olympic Series eco-friendly windows create a remarkable visual and physical impact on your home, both inside and out. Harley Exteriors offers this exclusive selection of complimentary products that are locally manufactured and designed to meet the highest quality standards. And because the Olympic Series are Envirosealed Windows, the energy-efficiency performance ratings are consistently among the best in the industry. Our Olympic Series Windows meets and exceeds Energy Star performance ratings. Harley Exteriors is leading the way in the Pacific Northwest to a greener future for the planet with our exclusive Olympic Series windows. We strive to make the process of installing new windows and doors a rewarding experience for you and your family. Call Harley Exteriors today to schedule your FREE in-home consultation: 888-826-0005
Harmon is the Northwest Regional Lead for Industrial Areas Foundation.
Environmentally friendly residential and commercial painting serv...
Harmony Haus specializes in environmentally conscious painting services for residential and commercial spaces as well as faux finishing, custom murals and natural plaster applications. Health, environment and sustainability are given top priority in every aspect of business from what and where materials are purchased, to transportation, application practices, clean up, disposal methods and more.
Chuck is a native Californian born and raised in Los Angeles. He moved to DC in 1991 where he joined Team DC Velo, a local road cycling team. In addition to road cycling he also competes in multisport, including duathlons, triathlons and Xterra off-road triathlons. He has qualified for World Duathlon Championships and has competed with Team USA in 2008, 2009 and 2010. His background in business and clinical social work combined with his passion for cycling and love for his community has created the perfect opportunity to open a successful independent bicycle dealership in the Dupont/Logan area of DC.
Harnish is the Executive Director of the Midwest High Speed Rail Association, a membershipbased nonprofit organization advocating for fast, frequent and dependable trains linking the entire Midwest.
Harnish graduated from Elmhurst College in 1986 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in transportation management. After leaving Elmhurst, Harnish was a logistics manager at American President Lines and JB Hunt and managed industrial real estate on Chicago's west side.
Harnish helped found the Midwest High Speed Rail Association in 1991. He became the first paid executive director of the Association in February 2001, after leading a successful fundraising campaign.
While at the Association, Harnish has lead several successful grass roots campaigns including winning a doubling of Amtrak service linking downstate Illinois to Chicago.
Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health and Society (Lantern Books, March 2010)
A. Breeze Harper is a Ph.D. candidate at University of California, Davis, in the department of geography. She analyzes how race, racialization, and racism manifest within the vegan/vegetarian movement in the USA. She is the creator of the Sistah Vegan Project and new book Sistah Vegan: Black Female Vegans Speak on Food, Identity, Health and Society (Lantern Books, March 2010).
Joan is the coordinator for Fair Trade LA – an organization dedicated to the promotion of fair trade principles and to the growth of the fair trade movement in Los Angeles. Their objectives are to: 1) educate the Los Angeles consumer about Fair Trade as an aspect of social justice; 2) to bring more fair trade products to the LA area, making Fair Trade as mainstream as possible; and to 3) engage members of the LA community with others who have a similar commitment. Special focus of FTLA now is to help cities become Fair Trade Towns. Joan recently retired from the Archdiocese of Los Angeles where she promoted programs relating to domestic anti-poverty and Fair Trade. She is an active member of the Creation Sustainability Committee of the Archdiocese, helping parishes become more environmentally sustainable.
- Letters to a Young Brother (Gotham, 2007)
- Letters to a Young Sister (Gotham, 2009)
- The Conversation (Gotham, 2010)
- The Wealth Cure: Putting Money in its Place (Gotham, 2011)
Hill Harper is an award winning actor, bestselling author and philanthropist. Hill is the author of three New York Times bestsellers: Letters to a Young Brother, Letters to a Young Sister, and The Conversation. Letters to a Young Brother was named “Best Book for Young Adults” by the American Library Association in 2007. Hill currently stars on the hit television drama CSI:NY as Dr. Sheldon Hawkes. CSI is the most successful television franchise in history. To date, his collective writing and acting work has been recognized with six NAACP Image Awards: Outstanding Literary Work: Debut Author (2007), Outstanding Literary Work: Youth/Teens (2007, 2008), and Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series (2007, 2008, 2009). Hill has also appeared in numerous prime-time television shows and feature films including For Colored Girls, The Sopranos, ER, The Game, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air,
Lois Harr is born and bred in the Bronx and has been a Campus Minister for fourteen years, serving as the Director of Campus Ministry and Social Action at Manhattan College for the past ten years. With advanced degrees in Religious Education, Lois also teaches a service learning course in the Religious Studies Department at Manhattan.
Lois serves on the Peace and Justice Advisory Committee of the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities. Since 2007 she has been a CRS Fair Trade Ambassador working to raise awareness and commitment to Fair Trade both personally and professionally. Lois is proud to be part of the team that achieved Fair Trade College status for Manhattan this spring.
She lives with her husband of 34 years, John Reilly, in his grandfather's house in the Bedford Park section of the Bronx. John, Manhattan College class of 1975, is the Executive Director of Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation which provides safe, affordable housing and social services for residents of the Northwest Bronx.
David C. Harrington is the Maryland state senator from the 47th District in Prince George's County. Senator Harrington serves on the Education, Health and Environmental Affairs Committee, is a member of the Maryland State Black Caucus, cochair of the Green Caucus and has served as chair of the Task Force on Physical Education.
Prior to arriving to the Senate, Senator Harrington, for six years, was a member of the Prince George's County Council. During his county tenure, he served as chair of the Council. Senator Harrington began his public service path in 1995 as the first AfricanAmerican to be elected as Mayor of Bladensburg.
Senator Harrington is a proud graduate of Howard University, completed master's work at Miami University of Ohio, and received graduate credits from Harvard University.
Harris Litho is a 100% wind powered firm merging electronic media and printing. Our print and mail services include: magazines, direct mail, calendars and annual reports. Large format printing including signs and banners. Promotional items like tote bags, water bottles and clothing apparel. Electronic services include: social media and web design.
Ron Harris-White is Executive Sponsor and co-lead of the Seattle Parks Urban Food Systems Committee. Seattle Parks and Recreation, through its Healthy Parks Healthy You Initiative, has taken a leadership role in ensuring children and families have nutritious food choices that promote health, reduce the incidence of obesity and certain diseases and promote wellness. Parks Urban Food Systems Committee is a working group supporting Parks & Recreation’s Strategic Action Plan, Healthy Parks, Healthy You and Race & Social Justice Initiatives. The committee is dedicated to promoting the more than 120 good food programs that provide a valuable recreation activity that can contribute to community building, environmental awareness, social equity and community education. Ron also manages the City’s Clean & Green Seattle Initiative and is currently Parks liaison to the Mayor’s Office on issues related to urban food systems. For the past few years, Ron’s assignments have involved the City of Seattle’s grassroots climate action campaign and the development of Seattle’s Race & Social Justice Initiative. Ron has more than twenty years of professional experience in policy, public relations, local government relations and strategic planning. Ron is a former member of the Hawaii State Education Commission. Ron has received several awards for his work including, the 2008 Seattle Management’s Award for program excellence; 2008 ASPA Annual Conference Presenter, 2007 Seattle Management Association Award for Management; 2003 NW Emmy Award “Salmon in the City.” Ron currently co-chairs the King County Food and Fitness Initiative (KCFFI). Ron holds two masters degrees. Harris-White is also a National Urban Fellow.
Lyle Harrison was born and raised in
Josh Hart was born in 1976 in Stuttgart, Germany the socalled cradle of the automobile where Porsches and Mercedes are manufactured. Obviously, he's not too fond of these estranged members of his extended family. The son of a ballerina and a former oil company executive, he grew up in the suburbs south of San Francisco, studying social psychology as an undergraduate at the University of California at Santa Cruz, where he started cycling to his classes. Shocked by the horrific impact of heavy car dependence on quality of life in the seaside town, he gave up his Volkswagen for good and began to campaign for environmental and social change. Josh has given up flying and car ownership, because it's just wrong. Plus he hates airline food and oil changes.
He has worked as a professional transportation planning advocate for the last ten years in San Francisco, at RailstoTrails Conservancy and the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. He obtained his MSc in Transport Planning at UWE Bristol in 2008, and completed research entitled Driven to Excess, presenting the social and quality of life impacts of automobile traffic on local residents. The research was covered in over 100 international media outlets including the BBC, the Guardian, Tehran Times, and the Daily Mail.
His writing has appeared in Surveyor Magazine, Walk Magazine, and Carbusters and portions of this blog have been published by Lonely Planet in their recent book Flightless: Incredible Journeys without Leaving the Ground.
At 41, Hartley has spent less than half of his lifecaring muchabout food. There were a lot or pursuits between here and there. Hartley grew up in the Pacific Northwestbackpacking and traveling around, at college for a physics degree, working fishing boats in Alaska and construction in Seattle.Where'd the kitchen part come in? Professional cooking was made for folks with lots of energy and short attention spans.
Hartley helps run Tom Douglass' widely acclaimed group of restaurants in Seattle, as chef of the Palace Kitchen and now as head of operations. Turns out all time spent roasting marshmallows around the campfire paid off.
Albert Hartman has worked in energy industries for over thirty years. He's an innovator in generators, motors, actuators, and battery systems for wide ranging applications in consumer electronics, computer hard disk drives, military, and medical devices. He holds ten patents, a BSME from Cornell, and has done numerous journal articles and industry presentations. Most recently, he founded High Tide in Santa Clara, which is devoted to providing practical, high wattage power solutions for consumers and all their mobile devices.
- Screwed: The Undeclared War Against the Middle Class
- The Edison Gene
- The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight
- Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights
- We The People: A Call to Take Back America
- What Would Jefferson Do?
Hartmann, who started in radio in 1968, is also is an internationally known speaker on culture and communications, an author, and an innovator in the fields of psychiatry, ecology, and economics. The cofounder (with his wife, Louise) of The New England Salem Children's Village (1978) and The Hunter School (1997), he has led national innovations in the areas of residential treatment for abused children and private/public education for learningdisabled children.
Hartmann is the fourtime Project Censored Awardwinning, New York Times bestselling author of nineteen books currently in print in over a dozen languages on five continents. He is the former executive director of a residential treatment program for emotionally disturbed and abused children, and has helped set up hospitals, famine relief programs, schools, and refugee centers in India, Uganda, Australia, Colombia, Russia, and the United States through the Germanbased Salem International program. Formerly rostered with the State of Vermont as a psychotherapist, founder of The Michigan Healing Arts Center, and licensed as an NLP Trainer by Richard Bandler (who wrote the foreword to one of Thom's books), he was the originator of the revolutionary Hunter/Farmer Hypothesis to understand the psychiatric condition known as Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD). A guest faculty member at Goddard College in Vermont, he also synthesized the Younger/Older Culture model for describing the underpinnings and possible solutions to the world's ecological and sociopolitical crises, suggesting that many of our problems are grounded in cultural stories which go back thousands of years. His most recent books are Screwed: The Undeclared War Against the Middle Class, The Edison Gene, The Last Hours of Ancient Sunlight, Unequal Protection: The Rise of Corporate Dominance and the Theft of Human Rights, We The People: A Call to Take Back America, and What Would Jefferson Do?
Hartmann's books have been written about in Time and many other magazines, he has been on NPR and BBC radio and CNN television (among others), mentioned on the front page of The Wall Street Journal, and has spoken to hundreds of thousands of people on five continents over the past two decades.
One of his books was selected for inclusion in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian for its visionary use of information
Owner of Harvey Coachworks, cofounder and board member of the Potomac Electric Vehicle Association Harvey has built off the success of his first electric vehicle conversion in 1992. His company, located in Knoxville, MD, now focuses not only on EV conversions, but also plugin hybrid conversions, and 3 wheel personal electric vehicle manufacturing sales and service.
Harvey is COO of Burgerville, a company whose goals include conducting food and business operations in a loving, sustainable manner.
Jason Harvey is the founder and executive director of Oakland Food Connection. His unique breadth of work is a culmination of over 15 years of experience working with local nonprofits, the food industry and the military industrial complex. Through working for the San Francisco Bay Girl Scout Council, the United States Air Force, the Environmental Justice Institute and the San Francisco Bay French Bread Company, Jason has learned a number of innovative approaches to creating a socially and equitable food system in his native stomping grounds of East Oakland.
Jason's vision for a just food system stems from his childhood memories in East Oakland, where he learned from neighborhood elders how to grow pesticidefree produce. He says, I remember growing 1015 pound cabbage heads with Mr. Howard Sneed over on 92nd and C st, and how he shared his fresh produce and healthy recipes with friends and neighbors. These experiences let me know that we can feed our neighbors with food right from our own yards and that we do not have to be totally dependent on overpriced packaged food from stores that are 23 miles away.
As the founder and director of OFC, Jason's focus is to make sure residents of Oakland learn remember how to grow healthy food, and how to maintain healthy lifestyles and strong community ties through food. Using backyards, schoolyards and community gardens, Jason truly believes that Oaklands open spaces can be used to grow healthy food for all!
Garrett has 31 years in sales and marketing and 16 years in executive management experience. He founded Eagle Shield in 2002 to be the premier provider of energy-saving products for the home and business. Garrett has extensive experience building large organizations with rapid market penetration and high customer satisfaction. Prior to Eagle Shield Inc. Garrett was Vice President of Sales for 24 Hour Fitness, a billion dollar company with locations in the
Garrett is a graduate of Harvard Business School Owner/President
Management Program with a degree in administration and an MBA in Green Sustainability from the San Francisco Institute of Architecture.
Hashisaki, founder of Springwood Associates, Inc., has worked in natural resource assessment and ecological restoration for nearly thirty years. Since 2000, Hashisaki has provided community based strategic planning, and process design and facilitation services primarily for tribal clients. Hashisaki helped establish the NW Chapter of the Society for Ecological Restoration, was appointed to the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission, has served on the Board of the People for Puget Sound, and has been a member of the UW Water Center Advisory Board since 1993.
Andrew Hasse is director of the forthcoming film Edible City.
Terri Hathaway is the Africa Program Director at International Rivers which provides advocacy and analytical support to African communities and NGOs working to protect themselves from the destructive impacts of large dams. Her work focuses on the proposed Grand Inga project in the Democratic Republic of Congo and plans for an extensive hydrobased grid expansion across subSaharan Africa. She is author of Electrifying Africa: Turning a Continental Challenge into a People's Opportunity(forthcoming under the Municipal Services Project) and coauthor of The Great HydroRush: The privatisation of Africa's rivers (in David McDonald's 2009 Electric Capitalism: Recolonising Africa on the Power Grid).
Wenonah Hauter is the Executive Director of Food & Water Watch. She has worked extensively on food, water, energy, and environmental issues at the national, state and local level. Her book Foodopoly: The Battle Over the Future of Food and Farming in America examines the corporate consolidation and control over our food system and what it means for farmers and consumers.
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Dr. Rasheeda Hawk, a native of South Los Angeles, acquired a doctorate degree in Biophysics and Physiology from the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. Her current research at the Veterbi School of Engineering involves environmental toxins and their subsequent epigenetic effects leading to diseases such as ovarian cancer and PTSD.
Rasheeda has studied how environmental factors can have an adverse affect in the human body leading to disease that is inheritable for many generations. Because of these findings, she has been involved with many sustainability projects and organizations such as Seeds of Carver, an organization whose aim is to convert vaacant spaces into urban farm land, SoLA, whose goal is to create an organic food co-op in South Los Angeles, and ShadeTree, whose work is aimed towards healing and human development. Rasheeda is also an active member of The Global Health Council that is dedicated to saving lives and improving the quality of life throughout the world.
Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, and author. Starting at age 20, he dedicated his life to sustainability and changing the relationship between business and the environment. His practice has included starting and running ecological businesses, writing and teaching about the impact of commerce on living systems, and consulting with governments and corporations on economic development, industrial ecology, and environmental policy. He has appeared on numerous media including the Today Show, Larry King, Talk of the Nation, Charlie Rose, and has been profiled or featured in hundreds of articles including the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, Washington Post, Business Week, Esquire, and US News and World Report. His writings have appeared in the Harvard Business Review, Resurgence, New Statesman, Inc, Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, Mother Jones, Utne Reader, Orion, and over a hundred other publications.
He is author and coauthor of dozens of articles, opeds, papers, as well as six books including The Next Economy (Ballantine 1983), Growing a Business (Simon and Schuster 1987), and The Ecology of Commerce (HarperCollins 1993). The Ecology of Commerce was voted in 1998 as the #1 college text on business and the environment by professors in 67 business schools. His book, Natural Capitalism: Creating the Next Industrial Revolution (Little Brown, September 1999) coauthored with Amory Lovins, has been read and referred to by several heads of state including President Bill Clinton who has called it one of the five most important books in the world today. His books have been published in over 50 countries in 27 languages and have sold over 2 million copies. Growing a Business became the basis of a 17part PBS series, which Mr. Hawken hosted and produced. The program, which explored the challenges and pitfalls of starting and operating socially responsive companies, was shown on television in 115 countries and watched by over 100 million people. His latest book was published by Viking in May 2007 and is entitled Blessed Unrest: How the Largest Movement in the World Came Into Being, and Why No One Saw it Coming.
Paul has founded or cofounded several companies including some of the first natural food companies in the U.S. that relied solely on sustainable agricultural methods. He presently heads the Pax Group, a research and development corporation focused on energysaving technologies that apply biomimicry to engineering and fluid dynamics. Paul is also the executive director of the Natural Capital Institute, a research group located in Sausalito, California. The main project of Natural Capital Institute is the creation of the first open source platform for global social change, WiserEarth. The acronym WISER stands for World Index of Social and Environmental Responsibility.
George S. Hawkins, Esq. is the director of the District Department of the Environment, an $80 million agency with 300 employees. DDOE performs city, county and state environmental functions for the nation's capital.
HawkQuest is a Colorado nonprofit, taxexempt 501(c)3charitable organization. HawkQuest's approach to educationin classrooms and lecture halls is participatory, allowingthe audience to experienceHawkQuest's eagles, owls, falcons and hawksat close range.
HawkQuest's goal is to make education both meaningful and fun,while creating an atmosphere which fosters respect for ourland and the stewardship of all living things. Our messageconcerning the importance of biodiversity, of the finalityof extinction, and of man's need to nurture his world isinterwoven with discussions of the raptors' place in ourecosystem. We share this message withhundreds of thousands of peoplethroughout the United States each year.
Kin Quitugua, a master falconer and long time environmentaleducator, founded HawkQuest in 1986. He has trained, handledand flown birds of prey as diverse as the Bald and Golden eaglesand the Sawwhet owl. For more than 25 years, Kin has dedicatedhimself to educating the public about the place of raptorsin our ecology.
Kin created HawkQuest believing environmental awareness is akey to the survival of the world as we know it, and education of our nation's youth in particular is paramount to thisprocess. He has developed many educational programs such asHawkQuest's uniqueClassroomintheWild.Kin has received national recognition for his work combiningeducational and ecological concerns, having appeared on bothlocal and national television programs. Kin also serves as aconsultant to organizations which promote the welfare ofbirds of prey.
Christopher Hawley makes music in ski towns, artist communities, and beach and college towns all over the world, solo acoustic and with his band, the Rollers. Warming hearts in even the coldest of places, Hawley has a gift of making people feel good with his music. The Los Angeles-based artist and avid skier, surfer, yogi, and environmentalist has mastered this with a perfect combination of genuinely positive vibes, inspiring lyrics, transcendent guitar work, and danceable grooves within well crafted songs. Elements of Little Feat, Bob Marley, Johnny Cash, Duane Allman, and Andres Segovia abound.
The fifth album, Rise and Shine, showcases unique songwriting, groovy finger picking, and a delicious blend of percussion and acoustic guitar and vocals. The Christopher Hawley Rollers have played everywhere from LA’s Greek Theatre to the local dive bar in your hometown, having toured internationally for the last ten years.
Carrie Hawthorne is the Executive Director of Partners for Just Trade. Carrie spent three years as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Guatemala assisting Guatemalan weavers in product design and business development. She returned to the U.S. to work for the Fair Trade Federation and Fair Trade Resource Network, planning the first national Fair Trade conference in 2005. She then worked as Marketing Coordinator at Green America before becoming PJT’s first employee in 2007. Carrie serves as a board member of the Fair Trade Federation.
John Hayden and his company, JAMTOWN™, celebrate a worldwide love for music. Since 1995 JAMTOWN has imported instruments through fair trade relationships with low-income artisans and co-operatives around the world. JAMTOWN products rely on indigenous design & original ideas to generate awareness about fair trade and the musician within each of us. John is a pioneer in the field of accessible music technology and will ask for your participation in a demonstration today! He facilitates school, business and community rhythm events featuring hands-on participation. He coordinates the Folklife Festival Rhythm Tent (don’t miss it next weekend!) and teaches parent/toddler, after school, and adult beginning hand drum classes in
Reunion (Random House, 1988), reissued as Rebel (2002): "A brilliant book, political autobiography at its most effective." [Christian Science Monitor]. One of the New York Times 200 best books of the year.
The Lost Gospel of the Earth (Sierra Club, 1996, reissue 2006): "His understanding of the basic religious issues involved in human-earth relations is clearly better than that of many theologians that I am acquainted with." [Thomas Berry] "A call for engagement in the transformative." [Joan Halifax]
Irish on the Inside (Verso, 2001): "A work of the poetic imagination, lovely, imagistic prose." [New York Times] "This book is history over amnesia." [Frank McCourt]
Street Wars (New Press, 2004) "An honest and gripping frontline account of America's young urban untouchables." [Danny Glover] "A remarkable job of putting together the vital realities of street violence." [Luis Rodriguez]
The Port Huron Statement (Thunders Mouth, 2005) "Tom Hayden's introductory essay is a brilliant exposition on how those words of 1962 have critical meaning for the world we live in now" [Howard Zinn]
Ending the War in Iraq (Akashic Books, 2007) "Antiwar forces are profoundly indebted to Tom Hayden's sharp, practical, strategic thinking, his vast historical knowledge, and his bottomless commitment to peace. The discredited pro-war voices have had their day as 'experts'; it's time to listen to Tom." [Naomi Klein]
Writings for a Democratic Society: The Tom Hayden Reader (City Lights Books, 2008) "Tom Hayden, a brave young voice who was saying what I wanted to hear during the civil rights battles and in the visionary aspirations of the 1960s. And he's still saying it!" [Lawrence Ferlinghetti]
The Long Sixties: From 1960 to Barack Obama (Paradigm, 2009) "A pure product of America's 1960s movement to change the system, Tom Hayden now takes on the challenge of reexamining the last seventy years through a far more progressive prism than the traditional media...meticulous and penetrating." [Oliver Stone]
After over fifty years of activism, politics and writing, Tom Hayden is still a leading voice for ending the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, for erasing sweatshops, saving the environment, and reforming politics through a more participatory democracy.
He currently writes for The Nation, organizes, travels, and speaks constantly against the current wars as founder and Director of the Peace and Justice Resource Center in Culver City, CA. He also recently drafted and lobbied successfully for Los Angeles and San Francisco ordinances to end all taxpayer subsidies for sweatshops.
“Tom Hayden changed America”, writes Nicolas Lemann of The Atlantic. He created “the blueprint for the Great Society programs”, writes former presidential adviser Richard Goodwin. He was “the single greatest figure of the 1960s student movement” according to a New York Times book review. During his time in Sacramento, he was described as “the conscience of the Senate” by the Sacramento Bee’s political analyst. The Nation magazine recently named him one of the 50 greatest progressives of the 20th century.
Hayden has taught recently at Scripps and Claremont colleges in Claremont, Occidental College, the Harvard Institute of Politics, and is the author or editor of 19 books and hundreds of articles for publications from theLos Angeles Times to the Boston Globe to the Chronicle of Higher Education.
Hayden describes himself as “an archeological dig.” He may be the character in the Kris Kristofferson song who was “partly truth and partly fiction, a walking contradiction.” It is a fact that he was the batting champion of the Los Angeles Dodgers fantasy baseball camp in the 1980s.
Since 2002, Christopher Hayes has been reporting and writing for a wide variety of independent publications. He regularly covers issues related to politics, labor, criminal justice, the environment and community development. His essays, reviews and feature articles have appeared in a variety of publications, including In These Times, The Nation, The American Prospect, The New Republic, The Washington Monthly and the Chicago Reader. He is currently a Senior Editor at In These Times, a Contributing Writer at the Nation and a Puffin Foundation Writing Fellow at the Nation Institute.
In 1968, when a little known biologist named Paul Ehrlich published The Population Bomb, his argument that humans would soon breed themselves into a grave environmental crisis captured the zeitgeist. Twelve years later, a libertarian economist named Julian Simon proposed a wager with Ehrlich, daring him to put his money where his mouth was. Simon was an economist and the leading proponent of a view of resources that dominated the discipline, namely, that resources were an economic problem, not a physical one and that incentives and technology would ensure bounty for humans as far as the eye could see. Simon challenged Ehrlich to pick five commodities, with Simon betting that better extraction technology would lead to their prices going down, while Ehrlich predicting that increased human demand and scarcity would lead to their prices going up. Ten years later, the price of all the commodities had, indeed, declined, and Ehrlich mailed Simon a check. The wager is often invoked to bolster the economists view of resources and rebut the ecologists view. But now with global warming, and the possibility of peak oil, it's time to revisit Ehrlich and Simon's views and ask the question: Was Ehrlich right after all?
Randy Hayes is the Executive Director at the International Forum on Globalization (IFG), a San Francisco based thinktank on the global economy started by Jerry Mander. Hayes is a proponent of COMMUNITY LED ECONOMIC LOCALIZATION as the antidote of CORPORATE LED ECONOMIC GLOBALIZATION. He is a contributing author to Alternatives to Economic Globalization: A Better World is Possible. Hayes will unleash a new web site on policies for the Better World in 2006 <http://www.ifg.org/> . Randy is also the founder of Rainforest Action Network and continues on that Board.
Douglas Hayes is from Azalea Springs Farm LLC, which is the home of rare standard bred livestock, including: Buckeye chickens,
Haymarket Books is a nonprofit, progressive book distributor and publisher. We believe that activists need to take ideas, history, and politics into the many struggles for social justice today. Learning the lessons of past victories, as well as defeats, can arm a new generation of fighters for a better world.
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