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SolarFest Event: Transition to a Regenerative Economy

There are important policy discussions taking place right now involving climate change, public health, and a sustainable economy. Thanks to a grant from the Regenerative Food Network in our 25th Anniversary year, SolarFest is pleased to co-host our keynote address with the Center for the Advancement of Public Action at Bennington College.

Transition to a Regenerative Economy
Featuring Storm Cunningham*
Monday, June 22nd; 11:00am – 12:30pm

This live Zoom event includes elected officials, policy makers, academics, business and community leaders, and members of the media who are part of the latest thinking in agriculture, buildings, energy, transportation, and economic development.

Please click the link above to respond, include any questions or topics you would like addressed, and we will send you the Zoom login information.

We hope to see you on Monday morning for this urgent presentation and dialog!


* Storm Cunningham is Executive Director of the RECONOMICS Institute and editor of REVITALIZATION: The Journal of Economic & Environmental Resilience.

Since 2002, public and private leaders worldwide have relied on Storm to coach them on harnessing the latest trends, resources, and opportunities of the fast-growing $3 trillion global restoration economy. He advises mayors, governors, members of Congress, and executives of foundations, nonprofits and corporations.

Some of the prestigious groups Storm has recently addressed include: the Green Building Council of Australia, Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Leiden University in the Netherlands, the Project Management Institute, the U.S. Department of State, and the Wildlife Habitat Council as keynote speaker at their 30th Anniversary Conference.

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