"Co-founder and then Director of Surfers Against Sewage from 1990 till 2000. Regarded as “some of the Government’s most sophisticated environmental critics” by the BBC and “Britain’s coolest pressure group.” By the Independent, the SAS helped deliver massive environmental improvements. Chris Hines was then Sustainability Director at the Eden Project for 5 years. He’s given evidence to UK parliament, the Monopolies and Mergers Commission, the European Commission, briefed the President of the European Parliament, been a special advisor to the Minister for the Environment and appeared on a wide range of media from BBC World Service to CNN. In 2008 he was awarded an MBE for “services to the environment” in the Queen’s Birthday Honours and an Honorary Doctorate of Science from the University of Plymouth. Now runs A Grain of Sand which aims to deliver positive change: www.agos.co" In April 2014 has been invited onto the BBC’s Sustainability Advisory Group.
- Sustainability Director, Eden 2001 – 2007 (6 years)
- Head of Sustainability for The Wave Bristol   (2% of profits will go to the Making Waves Foundation)
Resources and articles
Related Sourcewatch articles
- Chris Hines, centerforsurfresearch, accessed June 21, 2015.