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[Short bio suitable for 3rd party publicity purposes (below, updated June 2018)]

[Alastair McIntosh short CV (2 pages updated to January 2018)] 

[Alastair McIntosh academic CV (10 pages updated to March 2013)]  

[Photos of me and Vérène for professional media download]


Photo-albums and Article Illustrations (no longer kept up to date)

  1. Photos for professional media download

  2. General Photos for general viewing - updated 7-6-06

  3. Photo Essay - The Return of the Summit of Mt Roineabhal, 2005

  4. Photos of civic wedding with Vérène, Montaud, France, August 2002

  5. Photos of spiritual wedding with Vérène, Eigg, Sept. 2002 (Well of the Holy Women)

  6. Photos of spiritual wedding with Vérène, Eigg, Sept. 2002 (Cup of Friendship & Ceilidh)

  7. Campaign memorabilia and cartoons - updated 7-6-06

  8. 1970's photos from Papua New Guinea illustrating publications

  9. 1980's photos from South Pacific illustrating publications

  10. Stone Eagle at Mount Roineabhal during superquarry campaign

  11. Gulf War photos and cartoons pertaining to The GulfWatch Papers

  12. Gallaher cigarette advertisements illustrating "Eros & Thanatos" paper

  13. Pictures of Russian Academy of Sciences seminars

  14. Russian iconography, including St Andrew pictures




Short Profile that can be adapted for speaking events etc


Short Profile of Alastair McIntosh – updated June 2018

Alastair McIntosh (Scotland) has been described by BBC TV as “one of the world’s leading environmental campaigners.” A pioneer of modern land reform in Scotland, he helped bring the Isle of Eigg into community ownership. On the Isle of Harris he negotiated withdrawal of the world’s biggest cement company (Lafarge) from a devastating “superquarry” plan, then agreed to serve (unpaid) on that company’s Sustainability Stakeholders Panel for 10 years.  Alastair guest lectures at military staff colleges, most notably the UK Defence Academy, on nonviolence. His books include Soil and Soul: People versus Corporate Power (Aurum), Hell and High Water: Climate Change, Hope and the Human Condition (Birlinn), Rekindling Community (Green Books) and Spiritual Activism: Leadership as Service (Green Books). His most recent major work is Poacher’s Pilgrimage: an Island Journey (Birlinn 2016, Cascade (USA) 2018). He is a fellow of the School of Divinity at the University of Edinburgh and a visiting professor at the College of Social Sciences, University of Glasgow. His website is www.AlastairMcIntosh.com and Twitter @alastairmci.

For photos that can be used for publicity purposes see http://www.alastairmcintosh.com/general/hi-res-pic.htm.








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