Nutrition for Optimal Health Association, Inc.
L. Hunter and Amory Lovins have worked as a team since 1979 on a wide range of issues linking energy and other resources, the environment, development, and security. Their research has laid the foundations for many new disciplines and enterprises, including the "negawatt" industry (now a $5-billion-a-year business just in the U.S). They founded Rocky Mountain Institute in 1982.
L. Hunter Lovins, RMI's President
and Executive Director, holds BAs in political science and sociology from Pitzer
College, a JD from Loyola University School of Law, and an honorary LHD. A member
of the California Bar, she cofounded and for six years served as Assistant Director
of the California Conservation Project (Tree People), a noted urban forestry
and environmental education group. She has consulted and lectured extensively,
served with Mr. Lovins as Henry R. Luce Visiting Professor at Dartmouth College,
published numerous papers, and coauthored nine books and numerous papers.