My first answer in an interview in The Knowledge Review, a U.S. educational publication:
“I am 69, I have been an environmentalist since I was 11 (when I raised money for the World Wildlife Fund in its first year, 1961), have founded four companies since 1978 (all still exist), written 19 books (one, The Green Consumer Guide, sold around a million copies), coined terms like green consumer and the triple bottom line, founded the company Sustainability in 1987 when the world was hardly used, have sat on over 70 boards and advisory boards, have spoken at some 1,500 conferences worldwide—and am still trying to work out what I will do when I grow up.”
Elaine compared the interview to a sub-image in a picture she recently bought at the Royal Academy summer exhibition by Mila Fürstová. The sub-image shows a tsunami (based on Hokusai’s The Great Wave Off Kanagawa) in a bottle.
The bottled wave is at the centre-bottom of the image, which also, serendipitously, includes the constellation of Volans.
Here’s the whole image: