Change is the Only Constant    
My work in the field of sustainable development goes back a long way – all the way, in fact, to 1964 when I helped Professor Roger Revelle at Harvard University to design and teach the undergraduate course in General Education, Natural Sciences 118 – “Population, Resources and the Environment”.

In 2002, when she was preparing her nomination of me tor the United Nations Sasakawa Environment Prize Jury, Barbara Pyle, then Vice President of CNN and of Turner Broadcasting, summarized the four decades of my work into 12 “Contributions”, which she (somewhat generously) considered to be:

  "Click here for what Barbara Lists as my Contributions"