Elisabet Sahtouris, PhD is an internationally known evolution biologist and futurist, speaking on living systems in evolution and cosmology in a wide variety of venues on all five continents. With a post-doctoral degree at the American Museum of Natural History, she taught at MIT, the University of Massachusetts, contributed to the NOVA-Horizon TV series, is a fellow of the World Business Academy with an honorary Chair in Living Economies, and an advisor to Ethical Markets. Currently a Professor in Residence at Chaminade University in Honolulu, she has convened international symposia on Foundations of Science in Hokkaido and Kuala Lumpur. She is the author of EarthDance: Living Systems in Evolution, A Walk Through Time and Gaia’s Dance: The Story of Earth & Us, as well as many book chapters and articles. Dr. Sahtouris is also a co-founder of the WorldWide Indigenous Science Network, a Fellow of the Findhorn Foundation, has given several TED talks and has appeared in numerous films.
A 7 min video shot in the village I lived in on the Spanish island of Mallorca shortly before I moved to Hawaii almost 4 years ago:
An article I wrote when Honolulu became one of the Rockefeller Institute's Resilient Cities:
An article on my work on human evolution at this critical time: