Lorna Howarth is Development Director of Artists Project Earth and a member of the Advisory Board. She is also Contributing Writer & Editor at Resurgence, the UK’s longest-running environmental magazine, where she writes the regular ‘Frontline’ feature. Most recently she contributed to a new book on eco-tourism, called Green Places to Stay.
Before joining APE, Lorna was co-editor of Resurgence for eight years, and prior to that, Editor of Positive News and Living Lightly magazine – all publications that reflect on humanity’s impact on the planet and alternative lifestyles that are more sustainable, healthy and joyful. She also worked at Green Books, Schumacher Society UK and taught IT at The Small School, an independent secondary school offering a holistic approach to education.
Lorna worked with APE Founder, Kenny Young at Earth Love Fund during the mid-90s, promoting fund-raising album releases on behalf of the charity Earth Love Fund which advocated the conservation of tropical rainforests and indigenous peoples’ rights.
Lorna is passionate about the natural world spending as much time as possible gardening and walking in nature. She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and runs a small publishing company, The Write Factor, in her spare time.