• Vice President for Science, Creative Commons, and head of Science Commons project.

  • Innovative legal thinker and professor at the University of Oregon School of Law who teaches property law, natural resources law, public trust law, federal Indian law, public lands law, wildlife law, and hazardous waste law. 

  • A campaigner against enclosures of common lands and greens in the U.K., and a long-time advocate for preservation and public rights of way.  Chairman of the Ramblers and President of the Dartmoor Preservation Association.

  • Founder and director of the International Society for Ecology and Culture, Norberg-Hodge studies the impact of the global economy on cultures and agriculture worldwide and is an advocate for local communities and economies.