(April 9, 1926 - January 31, 1997) was a well-known author, philosopher and scientist, popularly described as the "Father of Spirulina" for bringing the spirulina micro algae super-food to the world. An author of 30 books he founded the Christopher Hills Foundation in 1976 to solve world hunger, promote compassionate politics and to research sustainable living for the "bottom billion" of the global population living on the edge of survival.
Currently CHF is focusing on World Sustainability through Bio-Innovation, experimenting with algae as a biofuel and as the primarly component in a portable, scalable polyculture Human Sustainability Module that can be installed in villages and on city block rooftops as a daily food and energy source.
One of Dr Hills' overriding visions was that Algae biomass was "God's way of providing an inexhaustible source of energy from the sun." CHF is also designing a state-of-the-art multi-fuelled global explorer vehicle. It will be a transportation innovation project and serve as a mobile laboratory/video studio for our Third All-India Expedition. Plans and technologies will soon be posted on this site.
HillsFoundation.org is currently undergoing a re-build. Please stay tuned for its new incarnation. Meanwhile, more information can be found at Christopher Hills.