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Up2Us2022: Strategies and Solutions to Save the Coolest Planet in the Universe

Dr. Jonathan Foley: Exec. Dir. & Chief Scientist, Project Drawdown
Janine Benyus: Co Founder, Biomimicry Institute
Kate Raworth: Creator, Doughnut Economics
Jojo Mehta: Exec. Dir., Stop Ecocide International
Bill McKibben: Founder, Third Act, 350.org
Ginger Zee: Chief Meteorologist, ABC News
Xiye Bastida: Co-Founder, Re-Earth Initiative
Alexandria Villasenor: Founder & Exec. Dir., Earth Uprising International
Jamie Alexander: Dir., Drawdown Labs, Project Drawdown
Julia Jackson: Chair, US Stop Ecocide, Founder, Grounded
Julia Olson: Founder, Exec. Dir., Our Children's Trust
Mark Hertsgaard: Co-Founder, Exec. Dir., Covering Climate Now
Event by: Up2Us2022
1 hour 30 minutes

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
New York Society for Ethical Culture, 2 West 64th St. @ Central Park West NY, NY 10023

United States

Up2Us2022: Strategies and Solutions to Save the Coolest Planet in the Universe

The climate clock is ticking. Join extraordinary climate leaders in person or online.

A hybrid event, it will feature Dr. Jonathan Foley: Project Drawdown; Janine Benyus: Biomimicry; Kate Raworth: Doughnut Economics; Bill McKibben: Third Act, 350.org; JoJo Mehta: Stop Ecocide International; Julia Olson: Our Children’s Trust; Ginger Zee, Chief Meteorologist ABC News, Xiye Bastida: Youth Activist, Re-Earth Initiative; Alexandria Villasenor: Youth Activist, Earth Uprising; Julia Jackson: US Allies, Stop Ecocide, Grounded; Jamie Alexander: Drawdown Labs; Mark Hertsgaard: Covering Climate Now.

Specifics will focus on stopping Ecocide, the latest climate solutions, the power of business to influence change, movements making a difference, rights of nature, supporting biodiversity and biomimicry, environmental justice, legal and economic solutions to shift culture from extractive to regenerative and the critical responsibility and role of media in bringing facts and attention to the greatest existential threat humanity has ever faced. A small but mighty team of pro bono women producers are collaborating to create this fifth consecutive climate change event.