Michael Scoullos is a Professor of Oceanography & Environmental Chemistry in the University of Athens, Director of the Environmental Chemistry Laboratory and Director of the UNESCO Chair on Sustainable Development Management and Education in the Mediterranean. He is the Chairman of the Mediterranean Information Office for Environment, Culture and Sustainable Development (MIO-ECSDE), the biggest Federation of Environmental and Cultural Organisations of the Mediterranean region, and Chairman also of the Global Water Partnership-Mediterranean (GWP-Med). He has coordinated numerous researches on Environment, Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. He has worked since 1972 on Environmental Education (EE) and later, on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD), dealing with all aspects of it, including famine/food/nutrition and the intangible cultural heritage linked with it. See early works on topics: “Overpopulation-famine: new dimensions of the malnutrition problem” (Athens 1974) and “The foodstuff of the future” (Athens, 1974) with Prof.D. Galanos, “Foodstuff from the sea” (1976), etc. Among several of the more recent work, he has published with his collaborators on the exposure of the Greek population to cadmium through food (2002); the dimensions of Mediterranean food and diet (2008), etc.