Sunday, June 2, 2019

June 1-7, 2019. Sustainability NOW Telesummit

An exceptional compendium of content from 32 visionaries and experts from around the globe who will give you practical steps to take — things you can do right now to make a difference.

https://sustainabilitynowsummit.com/presell-page

Starting at 6AM (EDT) each day, you’ll have a 48-hour, ON DEMAND, ALL-ACCESS PASS to that day's presentations — so you can watch at your convenience.

https://www.facebook.com/groups/SustainabilityNowSummit/

7 Extraordinary Days with 32 Sustainability Icons From 9 Countries
Sharing Solutions and Hope for a Thriving Future

SCHEDULE

DAY 1: SATURDAY, JUNE 1 
Alosha Lynov – Off-Grid Water Systems
Marina Qutab – Waste Not Want Not: Zero Waste Solutions for Daily Living
Ryan Eliason – How to Change the World Without Going Broke
Sean Steed – Plant-Based Epoxy: a Case Study for Circular Economy
Zach Bush – Chemical Farming, Ecology & Human Health — A Path to Regeneration

DAY 2: SUNDAY, JUNE 2
Alexander Verbeek – Climate Change and Planetary Security
Brother Phil Lane – The International Treaty to Protect & Restore Mother Earth
Heshie Segal – Clean Water on the Go: Reducing Plastics and Protecting Our Health
Mike Strizki – Hydrogen Micro-Grids: Clean Power for the Future, Now
Summer Bock – How Fermented Foods Can Repair Our Health

DAY 3: MONDAY, JUNE 3
Hazel Henderson – How Halophyte Plants** Can Help Solve the Global Food Crisis
Jay Potter – ECOR: From Waste Stream Fiber to Circular Economy
Jorgen Hempel – Hemp and Hydrated Lime Construction
Ronit Herzfeld – Beyond Bias: Moving From “Me” to “We”
William Padilla-Brown – Cultivating Culinary and Medicinal Mushrooms 

DAY 4: TUESDAY, JUNE 4
Brian D. Ridgway – Finding Freedom 
Judy Wicks – Nurturing Local Economies
Kristen Comella – The Regenerative Power of Your Own Stem Cells
Reggie Nayar – The Dirty Truth About Waste and Recycling

DAY 5: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5
Jon Ramer – Deep Social Networking as a Vehicle for Global Change
Judah Becker – Aquaponics: a Path to Self-Sufficiency
Michael Rice and Zana Zu – Holistic Design
Dr. Richard Satava – Frontiers of Medicine and the Ethics of Medical Breakthroughs

DAY 6: THURSDAY, JUNE 6
Amy Oskins & Amzi Smith – New Paradigms for Housing: Earthship 2.0
Hajjar Gibran – Earthy meets Elegant with AirCrete Construction
Larry Sterns – Composting Toilets and Waterless Waste Solutions
Paul Rodney Turner – Sharing Food, Sharing Compassion
Vinit Allen – We ARE the Planet: Redefining the Human Family

DAY 7: FRIDAY, JUNE 7
Jessica Cooper – Work Environments Designed to Help People Thrive
John Todd – Restoring Water and Land with Biologically-Based Eco-Machines
Michael Gosney – Vehicles of Social Change
Michael Pawlyn – Solving Design Challenges Through the Wisdom of Nature.


**Note: Halophytes are good for more than just food!

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