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From the past, for the future

In 2008, Principal Voices paused to catch up with participants from previous years. What are they doing now? How is Principal Voices helping to facilitate change? Here are their stories.

Inaugural alumni meeting

This week, 13 present and former Principal Voices met in New York for the first ever alumni meeting.

    David Hales (2006)

    The president of the College of the Atlantic talks about building sustainability on U.S. campuses.

    Amory Lovins (2006)

    Amory Lovins is an environmentalist and the chairman and chief scientist of the Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI).

    Jimmy Wales (2007)

    Jimmy Wales began the successful peer-reviewed encyclopedia Wikipedia in 2001.

    Juliet Davenport (2007)

    The former Principal Voice talks about the advances in technology and her latest project, the Good Energy Shop.

    Robert Conway (2005)

    Robert Conway, CEO of the GSM Association reflects on the progress made since he took part in Principal Voices.

    Wangari Maathai (2006)

    The 2004 Nobel Peace Prize winner and Kenyan environmentalist updates CNN on her climate campaign.

    Quick Vote
    What will be the biggest issue facing the world in 2009?
    Doha
    Doha

    The first debate of 2008 was held on May 21 in Doha, Qatar on the "Economics of Energy." Debate highlights.

    Singapore
    Singapore

    Our Principal Voices discussed "Design for Good" in Singapore on July 9, 2008. Debate highlights

    Chicago
    Chicago

    The last debate on "Climate Change" was held in Chicago on September 29, 2008. Debate highlights.