Rick and Jo Easton, longtime supporters
Professor Colin D. Butler
Dr Marty Rubin
President: Dr Devin Bowles
Shelley Anderson, The Netherlands, Pacifist, International Fellowship for Reconciliation
Roshi Robert Aitken (1917-2010) Co-founder of the Honolulu Diamond Sangha in 1959. A champion for social justice for gays, women and Native Hawaiians throughout his life, a co-founder of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship.
Emeritus Professor Solomon Benatar, South Africa: Founding Director of the University of Cape Town's Bioethics Centre
Senator Bob Brown: Australia. First leader of the Australian Green Party, recipient numerous prizes, including UNEP Global 500 Roll of Honor (1987), Goldman Environmental Prize (1990) and Australian Peace Prize (2009)
Sr Mila de Gimeno: The Philippines, Catholic activist, co-founder of the Missionaries of the Assumption
Emeritus Professor John Guillebaud: Oxford UK, Tireless campaigner for global family planning and sustainability, Chair of the Trustee Board for possibly the most-visited UK environmental website
Dr Maurice King: Leeds, UK a father of the primary health movement, editor of numerous books for health care workers in low-income settings, leading advocate for the health community to try to understand "demographic entrapment" and that health is a sustainable state.
Dhammachari Lokamitra: Pune, India, Working among the Dalit community in India since the 1970s. January, 2009: Recipient of South Korea's Manhae Grand Prize (Manhae Daesang) for Peace 2008.
Emeritus Prof Christopher Queen: Cambridge USA. Former Dean of continuing education and Lecturer in Religion at Harvard University, USA. Authored and editor of many works on engaged Buddhism and Dalits (former Untouchables).
Emeritus Prof David Rapport: Canada. David's work has been central to the concept of EcoHealth.
Sulak Sivaraksa: Thailand. Environmental, human rights and anti-globalization activist; recipient of 1995 Right Livelihood Award; twice nominated for Nobel Prize in Literature for his works on social justice in Thailand.
Lord Avebury: UK. "He had such an encyclopaedic knowledge of so many remote parts of the world of which few others have anything but the most sketchy perspective. The oppressed and dispossessed there will no longer have him to champion their causes, I only hope there are others able and willing to take his place." One group Lord Avebury helped (and visited) were the Jummas, of the Chittagong Hill Tracts of Bangladesh