Imagining Our Collective Future: What Kind Of World Do We Want To Craft?

As we celebrate the past 50 years of the environmental movement, what choices can we make that will improve the world over the next five decades? Join us as we hear from leaders that will discuss the importance of social justice, technology, and intentionality in crafting our shared future.

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Eduardo Brondizio, distinguished professor, anthropology, and director, Center for the Analysis of Social-Ecological Landscapes, Indiana University Bloomington; co-chair, Global Assessment of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services of the Inter-Governmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services (IPBES)

Lucas Joppa, chief sustainability officer, Microsoft

Mariama White-Hammond, pastor of ecological justice, New Roots AME Church

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Laurie Carlson Progressive Ideas Forum

Sal and Judy Troia

The Nelson Family
Carrie Lee, Gaylord Jr. “Happy,” Jeff, and Tia

Pat and Dan Cornwell