The San Francisco-based Goldman Environmental Prize is awarded to grassroots environmental activists from each of the six inhabited continents. Recipients of the $150,000 prize — known as the “green Nobel” — have demonstrated sustained commitment to the environment, often at great personal risk. We talk to two of the 2012 winners.

Ma Jun, director of the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs and 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize winner
Ikal Angelei, director of Friends of Lake Turkana and 2012 Goldman Environmental Prize winner

  • Jamie

    Can someone please spell the names of the two interviewees.

  • Laserian2000

    Ikal Angelei (Kenya) and Ma Jun (China)

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