Liz Hosken

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Liz Hosken, "Born near Johannesburg, South Africa, Liz Hosken was active from a young age in both environmental issues and the anti-apartheid movement. She was exiled to the UK in her early 20s, and co-founded the Gaia Foundation in 1984. As Executive Director of Gaia Foundation, she works with pioneers and visionaries for ecological and social justice. In 1991, Liz Hosken received the Jameson Award and, on behalf of Gaia, has received the Schumacher Award and a One World Award for media work on biodiversity related issues. She is a fellow of the Findhorn Foundation and advisor to the Goldman Environmental Prize." [1]

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  1. Directors, International Funders for Indigenous Peoples, accessed August 7, 2009.
  2. Mupo Foundation Team, organizational web page, accessed April 25, 2012.
  3. Team, African Biodiversity Network, accessed December 11, 2011.