Herbert Girardet

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Herbert Girardet is co-founder of the World Future Council. His ten books include Earthrise (1992), The Gaia Atlas of Cities (1992), Creating Sustainable Cities (1999), Cities, People, Planet (2004), Shaping our Future (2005), and Surviving the Century (2007). In 2003 Girardet was the inaugural Adelaide Thinker in Residence, advising South Australian Premier Mike Rann on his government's sustainability policies and how to reduce Adelaide's carbon footprint. Girardet advised Rann on his urban forests,[1] Zero Waste,[2] recycling and renewable energy policies.[3] He has produced 50 TV documentaries on sustainable development and is a recipient of a UN Global 500 Award "for outstanding environmental achievements".[4][5][6]

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  1. ^ http://www.milliontrees.com.au
  2. ^ http://www.zerowaste.sa.gov/
  3. ^ http://www.renewablessa.gov.au
  4. ^ Herbert Girardet (2007). Surviving the century: facing climate chaos and other global challenges Earthscan.
  5. ^ Be the change: 2007 speakers
  6. ^ WFC management: Herbert Girardet, Co-Founder