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Video – Climate Week NYC: “Drawdown 2020: The Time is Now”

By September 24, 2020 No Comments

Join Ethical NYC, Drawdown NYC, 350NYC, and Climate Reality NYC to discover the latest from Project Drawdown, the world’s leading resource for climate solutions!

On September 21, we were proud to kick-off Climate Week NYC 2020 with an online program jam-packed with extraordinary people engaged in the solutions to the climate crisis, including scientists, business leaders and individuals actually bringing forth the solutions and the ground-breaking work of Project Drawdown. Couldn’t make it? No worries! The full program is available to steam right here:

From a former commercial fisherman turned restorative ocean farmer to a micro grid energy expert now the solar strategy Lead for IKEA’s global research and design lab, to transformative business leaders, youth activists and award-winning filmmakers and their films, you’ll be inspired by what you hear and what you see.

Hear from inspiring and determined individuals, communities and leaders from around the world who are successfully implementing solutions to the climate crisis.

Learn how transformational leaders in business, filmmaking, economics, politics and youth activists are helping move us from a model of competition to cooperation.

Watch award winning film clips showing the interconnectedness of all ecosystems and how regeneration is possible in our lifetime.

Find out how you can be part of the solution too!

Our co-hosts were Lynne Twist, Co-Founder Pachamama Alliance and author, “Soul of Money” and Amanda Joy Ravenhill, Executive Director, The Buckminster Fuller Institute

Participants included Chad Frischmann, VP Research for Project Drawdown; John Liu, Award Winning Filmmaker and Founder of Eco-Restoration Camps; Damon Gameau, Award Winning Filmmaker of 2040; Alexandria Villasenor, Youth Climate Activist, and Louie Psihoyos, Academy Award Winning filmmaker, United States Senator Cory Booker, and more!

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