LIVE WEBCAST: 2050 Workout | Water Supply Systems | Jul 23

Our LIVE Thursday night Webcast features food systems topics such as My Life in 2050, Timeline of Prototypes and Tipping Points, Top 5 Actions we can take in 2020, Career Path Stories, Spoken Word, and Student Testimonies. A fascinating thought experiment on rapidly advancing a sustainable future.
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Time & Location

Jul 23, 2020, 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM PDT
Zoom Meeting

About the Event

Collectively, we must rapidly advance a sustainable future. What do we need to know? How are these systems intersectional? How fast can we generate the best solutions? What would it look like if we succeeded? We explore these questions over 3 days during the 2050 workout for Sustainable Water Supply Systems. Then, on Thursday evening, we showcase our results, stories, and vision via our livestreamed Webcast.

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Join our Webcast and be inspired by topics such as My Life in 2050, Timeline of Prototypes and Tipping Points, Top 5 Actions we can take in 2020, Career Path Stories (Insights from Coaches Interviews), Spoken Word (group), and Student Testimonials on process and commitments—all focused on Sustainable Water Systems. 

We are living in a time of unprecidented change, with the Climate Crisis and the Black Lives Matter movement occuring simultaneously as a global pandemic, all during an election year. We must adapt to overcome the ongoing pandemic—new opportunities arise to take charge, reimagine, and rebuild a sustainable future that works for all.  

You can register for one or all six unique sustainable systems workouts. Over 3 days, we forecast what it would be like to achieve full sustainability in our community by 2050, then we backcast to identify actions we can take today… 2040, 2030, 2020. 

Join us for the Thursday night Webcast. Register below. 

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