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EarthX Networking Reception

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EarthX Networking Reception

EarthX is hosting a private networking reception with founder, Trammell S. Crow, CEO Tony Keane, and special guest Ian Urbina of “The Outlaw Ocean”.

This event will be held at an immersive, thought provoking gallery that will capture your mind and emotions. Ian Urbina will be discussing the journeys that he has embarked upon that exposed him to the current slavery on the high seas.

Should you desire to learn more about this event, as well as attend, please email Andi Johnson.

Putting Food on the Green New Deal Menu

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Putting Food on the Green New Deal Menu

Transforming the food system has great potential to reduce the carbon emissions that cause global warming, expand well-paid, clean energy jobs and reverse the twin public health crises of food insecurity and diet-related diseases. Additionally, adding an explicit focus on food in Green New Deal debates and agendas at the city, state, and federal level can engage wider, more diverse constituencies in persuading cautious politicians to overcome opposition from industries that oppose modifying the status quo.

Global Sustainability and You

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Global Sustainability and You

Fortune 500 businesses, successful start-ups, university majors, and your best friends are all talking about "sustainability", but what does it mean today, and how does it affect you?

Join the Outsite team for an actionable discussion on the trending conversations on Global Sustainability and the concept of individual impact. Where are these trends headed in business, what opportunities are available, and what innovations are solving the worlds environmental crisis that we face today?

Changing Climates: Prioritizing Health

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Changing Climates: Prioritizing Health

Changing climates: Prioritizing human health amid environmental, political and social change

Jews and Climate Justice: United Front

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Jews and Climate Justice: United Front

Jews have a long history of bold action for justice. To help to create a sustainable future, we Jews must build alliances with all people. However, the long history of anti-Semitism, racism, and genocides against many peoples has damaged and divided us. We need to understand and heal from the damage to build the relationships we need for a powerful, united movement to sustain all life.

In this workshop, we will invite you to:

Women and Climate Justice

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Women and Climate Justice

The climate emergency disproportionately impacts women and the essential work that we do. Women have lower socioeconomic status and power than men, so disasters leave us worse off. Multiple oppressions multiply the impact. The climate crisis creates societal instability, which increases rape and other violence against women. Women’s intelligence and understanding of the importance of relationships need to be at the center of climate solutions. Sexism, male domination, and artificial divisions between white women and women of color are huge obstacles to ending climate change.

Sustaining Indigenous Life

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Sustaining Indigenous Life

Indigenous people, as the original people, have always known our relationship to the Earth and each other. We have always maintained our traditional practices that enhance our humanity (this includes having our feelings and knowing how to heal from hurts) by listening to each other and sharing our stories. In this workshop, we will: Focus on our relationship with all living beings.

Bringing Labor & Climate Justice Movements Together for a Sustainable Future

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Bringing Labor & Climate Justice Movements Together for a Sustainable Future

Workers, labor, climate justice activists, and all people have a common interest in a sustainable future. Working together to achieve that future is not only desirable but possible and necessary. It will require an unprecedented amount of unity and cooperation among people everywhere in every sector.

In this workshop led by labor leaders we will: