Hunter Lovins is a prominent environmentalist. Amory Lovins is a leading American physicist. Together, they co-founded Rocky Mountain Institute, a global think-and-do-tank with more than 200 staff members which works to transform the global energy system to secure a clean, prosperous, zero-carbon future for all.
Hunter and Amory Lovins worked together as analysts, lecturers and consultants on energy, resource and security policy in over 50 countries during 1979-2002. Together with Paul Hawken, they wrote Natural Capitalism, a book that has been translated into more than 30 languages. Hunter and Amory Lovins were married until 1999. Since early 2000, they have continued their work for energy efficiency and a sustainable future individually.
Hunter Lovins founded Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS), an organisation that help companies, communities, and countries implement more regenerative practices profitably, in 2002. She serves as President of NCS and has authored 15 books. Amory Lovins is Chairman Emeritus of Rocky Mountain Institute. He has served as an energy advisor to major firms and governments across the globe and authored 31 books.