Fritjof Capra is a cofounder and chair of the board of directors of the Center for Ecoliteracy (formerly known as the Elmwood Institute). "In addition to his research in physics and systems theory, he has been engaged in a systematic examination of the philosophical and social implications of contemporary science for the past 30 years. His internationally acclaimed books include The Tao of Physics, The Turning Point, The Web of Life, and The Hidden Connections. He serves on the faculty of Schumacher College, and lectures widely to lay and professional audiences in Europe, Asia, and North and South America." 
"Capra also cowrote the screenplay for Mindwalk (1990), a film based on his books that starred Liv Ullmann, Sam Waterston, and John Heard, and was created and directed by his brother, Bernt Capra." 
He coedited Steering Business Toward Sustainability (1995) with Gunter Pauli . Contributors included: Jose Lutzenberger, Kris McDivitt, Oscar Motomura, Luis L. Martins, Charles Fombrun, Alice Tepper Marlin, Eric Utne, Monika Griefahn, Herman Daly, Edward Tasch, Stephen Viederman, John Todd, Nancy Jack Todd, Yvon Chouinard.
- Advisory Board (2004), Circle of Life Foundation 
- Advisory Board, International Society for Ecology and Culture
- Editorial Board, International Journal of Systems and Society 
- Jeremy Berstein, "A Cosmic Flow," American Scholar, Winter 1978-9, pp.6-9.
- Stephen Jay Gould, "Utopia (Limited)," New York Times Book Review (March 3, 1983).
- Sal Restivo, The Social Relations of Physics, Mysticism and Mathematics (Springer, 1985).
- Stephan Elkin, "The Politics of Mystical Ecology", Telos 82, Winter 1989-90: 52-70.
- Brian Martin, "Is the 'new paradigm' of physics inherently ecological?", ;;Chain Reaction;;, No. 68, February 1993, pp. 38-39.
- Victor Stenger, "Quantum Quackery", CSI, Volume 21.1, January / February 1997.
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