Ecolibrarian currently consists of:

Jonathan Betz-Zall, Seattle, Washington, USA, Earth.

Jonathan has been a professional librarian since graduating from the University of Washington School of Librarianship in 1976.
He worked mostly with children and their caregivers in public libraries in the inner-city and in suburbia, before earning a master of arts degree in Environment and Community from Antioch University Seattle in 2002.
Since then he has worked in academic libraries, promoting Information Literacy and teaching Environmental Science and library courses.
He has also volunteered with many environmental organizations since the first Earth Day in 1970. Among his accomplishments were the establishment of a library for the Grass Roots Alliance for a Solar Pennsylvania in Philadelphia (1983-84) and the reorganization of the libraries of Snohomish County Public Works' education library (2006) and People for Puget Sound.
He is now working on library projects and financial administration for the Community Coalition for Environmental Justice.