Dr. Alan Marshall is a New Zealander currently working full-time as a faculty member at Mahidol University (Thailand) where he teaches human ecology. His work on environmental issues often takes rambling journeys into the arts world as he seeks to convey the pressing eco-challenges of our time to young people and the public. He has also taken rambling journeys from a geographical sense; living and working in more than ten nations across the globe (including Abu Dhabi, Australia, New Zealand, Austria, Germany, England, Czechia, Slovakia, Russia, Bulgaria, Dubai, and Thailand).
Dr. Marshall is the author of dozens of academic papers and of four non-fiction books, all devoted to exploring the links between 'Humanity' & 'Nature'. His environmental writings and eco-art has appeared in multilingual mass media display across the world, from the Museum of London and CNN to Al Jazeera and National Geographic Asia. Alan Marshall is also a published novelist; his historical novel 'Lancewood', set in wartime New Zealand and Italy, was released by Indra Publishers (Melbourne) in 1999.