George MONBIOT

Biography

Gender Male
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1963-01-27
Education Stowe, Brasenose Coll Oxford (open scholar, BA)
Books & Publications
Recreations natural history, palaeontology, reading, gardening, ultimate frisbee, kayaking
Clubs N/A
Style George Monbiot
Career investigative journalist, author and broadcaster; prodr natural history and environment progs BBC Radio 4 1985-87, prodr current affrs BBC World Service 1987, researching and writing book Poisoned Arrows: An Investigative Journey Through Indonesia 1987-89, researching and writing book Amazon Watershed (also series on Radio 4) 1989-91, fndr Forest Network (campaign to stop mahogany imports) 1989-91, researching and writing No Man's Land: An Investigative Journey Through Kenya and Tanzania (prodr and presenter No Man's Land series Radio 4) 1992-94, columnist The Guardian 1996-; presenter various programmes for BBC and C4; visiting fell Green Coll Oxford 1993-95, visiting prof of environmental sci Univ of E London 1995-99, hon prof of politics Keele Univ 1998-2000, visiting prof Dept of Philosophy Univ of Bristol 1999-2000, visiting prof Dept of Planning Oxford Brookes Univ 2003-08; fndr The Land is Ours Campaign 1995; patron: African Initiatives, Mikron Theatre; tstee: Naturesave Tst, African Initiatives, Advsy Cncl Environmental Law Fndn; radio production award Sony Awards 1987, Lloyd's National Screenwriting Award (for The Norwegian) 1987, United Nations Global 500 Award for outstanding environmental achievement 1995, named by Evening Standard as one of 25 most influential people in Britain 1996, named by Independent on Sunday as one of the 40 int prophets of the 21st century 1997, One World Nat Press Award 1998, Premio Mazotti Prize 2007; Hon Dr: Univ of Essex 2007, Univ of St Andrews 2008; hon fell Sch of Journalism Univ of Cardiff 2007
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Food and drink etiquette

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Debrett's notebooks

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