Our Historic Moment: Hatching Into The Regenerative Future: a discussion on visions of an ecologically abundant and radically inclusive future. The conversation will focus on the ends and the means of how we can get there.
Using examples from David Jaber's Book Our Historic Future and Amanda Joy Ravenhill's work with Drawdown and the Buckminster Fuller Institute, they will offer new perspectives for how humanity can return to being a beneficial species on our living planet!
When: March 29, 2019, 7 pm to 9 pm (doors open at 6:30 pm)
Where: Pachamama Alliance, 1009 General Kennedy Ave. SF, 94129
Cost: Free although donations to support the work of the Pachamama Alliance Golden Gate community group will be welcomed.
Amanda Joy Ravenhill is Executive Director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute and an active member of the international community focused on addressing imminent global challenges. She was a Co-Founder and Executive Director of Project Drawdown, a comprehensive plan to reverse global warming. She currently serves as advisor to the Center for Carbon Removal and is a member of the steering committee for the Nexus Global Regenerative Culture Working Group. She also lectures at the Presidio Graduate School, teaching the Principles of Sustainable Management course; is co-founder of The Hero Hatchery, a climate activist fellowship program; is Business Partnership Coordinator at 350.org; and a Americorp Sustainable Communities and Education Fellow. Amanda Joy is driven by her experience living and working internationally as well as her enthusiasm to integrate art and science. She lectures and speaks publicly on wide-ranging topics as biochar, regenerative design, carbon drawdown strategies, mindfulness, and systems thinking.
David Jaber was a Project Drawdown Fellow (drawdown.org), the author of Our Historic Moment (ourhistoricmoment.com), and a business advisor, who advances better decision-making toward the holistically-balanced future. His projects include climate solutions consulting and GHG reduction strategies for forward-thinking companies; climate adaptation planning and vulnerability assessment for tribal reservations and urban greening/gardening/forestry. David posits the questions; What is your purpose? and How are you driving positive change?