Leo Hickman is an environmental journalist with The Guardian. He regularly writes for the Ethical Living section of Guardian Unlimited offering advice on readers ethical concerns. He grew up in Cornwall about 400 yards away from what was to become Eden. He lives in south London with his wife, two small children and 3,000 worms.
Hickman has written five books:
- How to Buy 2002
- A Life Stripped Bare: My Year Trying To Live Ethically 2005
- The Final Call 2007
- A Good Life 2008
- Will Jellyfish Rule the World. (Juvenile) 2009.Review
- "What seems to be all too obvious is that the bounty is carved up between an extremely select few--often located in a country other than the destination--and that far too many of the industry's workers, particualrly in developing nations, ar no more than wage-slaves scratching a pitiful living." page 369, The Final Call: In Search of the True Cost of Our Holidays. London: Guardian Books. 2007. ISBN 978-1-903-91999-6.