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Alastair McIntosh is a Fellow and former director of the Centre for Human Ecology. His involvement began in 1990 when he developed the masters programme in Edinburgh University with Ulrich Loening. For the past seven years he has lived with his wife, Vérène Nicolas, in the Greater Govan area of Glasgow drawn there by the GalGael Trust of which he is a founding director. Originally from the Isle of Lewis, his books include Soil and Soul, Rekindling Community and Hell and High Water: Climate Change, Hope and the Human Condition. His writing has been described as “world-changing” by George Monbiot, “wonderful and inspiring” by Starhawk, “profoundly important” by Michael Russell the Scottish Government’s Minister for Education, and “truly mental” by Thom Yorke of Radiohead. He holds a BSc from the University of Aberdeen, an MBA from the University of Edinburgh and a PhD by published works in liberation theology, community empowerment and land reform from the University of Ulster. In 2006 he was appointed Visiting Professor in Human Ecology at the University of Strathclyde, an honorary role that continues until 2012. He guest lectures to community groups, universities, and on programmes including WWF International’s One Planet Leaders, the World Council of Churches’ Decade for Overcoming Violence, and the UK Defence Academy’s Advanced Command & Staff Course.

 

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