Dr. Michael Charles Tobias earned his Ph.D. in the history of consciousness at the University of California-Santa Cruz, specializing in global ecological ethics and the interdisciplinary humanities. His wide-ranging work embraces the global ecological sciences, art, comparative literature, the history of ideas, ethics, anthropology, philosophy, eco-psychology and natural history in the context of a multitude of possible future scientific, geo-political, economic and social scientific scenarios. He is the author of hundreds of essays and papers, over 50 books – fiction, non-fiction, and several edited anthologies – and has written, directed and/or produced over 75 films, documentaries, docudramas, and television series. His works have been read, translated and broadcast throughout the world. He has conducted ecological field research on every continent, in some 100 countries. Tobias has been on the faculties of such colleges and universities as Dartmouth College, the University of California-Santa Barbara as both Distinguished Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies and the Regents Lecturer, Visiting Adjunct Professor of Anthrozoology at Canisius College, and the Visiting Garrey Carruthers Endowed Chair of Honors, University of New Mexico-Albuquerque. An honorary member of the Club of Budapest, Tobias is the long-time president of the Dancing Star Foundation (www.dancingstarfoundation.org), an international non-profit devoted to biodiversity conservation, animal rights, and environmental education.

Michael Charles Tobias, PhD President, Dancing Star Foundation

Dr. Michael Charles Tobias earned his Ph.D. in the history of consciousness at the University of California-Santa Cruz, specializing in global ecological ethics and the interdisciplinary humanities. His wide-ranging work embraces the global ecological sciences, art, comparative literature, the history of ideas, ethics, anthropology, philosophy, eco-psychology and natural history in the context of a multitude of possible future scientific, geo-political, economic and social scientific scenarios. He is the author of hundreds of essays and papers, over 50 books – fiction, non-fiction, and several edited anthologies – and has written, directed and/or produced over 75 films, documentaries, docudramas, and television series. His works have been read, translated and broadcast throughout the world. He has conducted ecological field research on every continent, in some 100 countries. Tobias has been on the faculties of such colleges and universities as Dartmouth College, the University of California-Santa Barbara as both Distinguished Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies and the Regents Lecturer, Visiting Adjunct Professor of Anthrozoology at Canisius College, and the Visiting Garrey Carruthers Endowed Chair of Honors, University of New Mexico-Albuquerque. An honorary member of the Club of Budapest, Tobias is the long-time president of the Dancing Star Foundation (www.dancingstarfoundation.org), an international non-profit devoted to biodiversity conservation, animal rights, and environmental education.

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