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The time for “Do less harm” has passed. It’s time for the beginning of being; the beginning of a Living Future. Join us next April for Living Future 2015. We’ll explore a genuine sense of place and community as the bellwether of truly restorative design.

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Friday, April 3 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
This One Goes to 11: What's Really Needed to Create a Revolution

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Our window of opportunity to stabilize the climate is closing. Society is changing, but the pace is far too slow. What we need is a revolution. This session will explore how to scale up pilots from around the world and create big changes, using one building - the Bullitt Center - as a lens. Cultural, financial and policy barriers may inhibit transformation, but cracks in the status quo are appearing. As Millennials move into leadership and the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day approaches, stars are aligning to move society toward restoration.

Moderators
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Brad Kahn

Founder, Groundwork Strategies
Brad Kahn is the founder of Groundwork Strategies, a consultancy that brings communications expertise, deep issue understanding and a broad network to organizations advancing solutions for our climate, forests and cities. Over the past 15 years, Brad has worked with an array of nonprofit organizations, including the National Trust for Historic Preservation, The Nature Conservancy, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and the Robert Wood... Read More →

Speakers
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Denis Hayes

President, The Bullitt Foundation
As President of the Bullitt Foundation, Denis Hayes seeks to reshape cities into resilient ecosystems. Toward that end, he recently developed the Bullitt Center, a 50,000 square foot “living” office building. During the Carter Administration, Denis directed the federal National Renewable Energy Laboratory. He has been a visiting scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center, professor of engineering at Stanford University, and... Read More →



Friday April 3, 2015 10:30am - 12:00pm
Grand Ballroom A Sheraton Hotel

Attendees (27)