Re:DOME Sessions at Bioneers 2018 (Location: Dome on the grounds)
NEXUS, Cycle Effect and Tribalize
Sponsored by: Abundant Earth Foundation and in-kind sponsors Guayaki, Spice Pharm, and Pollima.
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Future Casting—How can we continue to evolve technologically, but remain grounded in the natural world? With: Jennifer Gresham, NEXUS Seattle; Nathan Walworth, NEXUS Lab on Futurism, Mandar Apte, Executive Director, From India with Love.
1:30pm – 2:30pm: To Hemp or Not to Hemp?—How many sectors (healthcare? construction? fashion? food? etc.?) Will hemp impact as it becomes increasingly legal? With: Miranda Clendening, C3 Initiatives; Chris Lindstrom, moderator.
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Relatedness: The Work of the Tamera Community (and beyond)—We’ll explore how some leading-edge communities around the world are offering models of a saner, more sustainable culture. With: Julia Maryanska, Re/Culture Media; Lucian Tarnowski, Civana; Kate Bunney, Walking Water.
4:30pm – 5:30pm: Toward a Regenerative Civilization—Drawing from the recent Tribalize Summit and Tribalize Mastermind events, we’ll explore how we can scale our best practices to make a significant impact on the planet at this time of existential risk. With: Yeshua Adonai, Systemic Innovation; Ian Michael Herbert, development consultant; Rebecca Foon and Jesse Paris Smith, co-founders of Pathway to Paris; Brad Nye, moderator, founder, Tribalize.
6:00pm – 7:30pm: Re:DOME Reception—Refreshments, beautiful music by Rebecca Foon and Jesse Paris Smith, co-founders of Pathway to Paris, and elevated mingling. Hosted by Abundant Earth Foundation and WeaverNetwork.org
10:00am -12:00pm: The Anastasia Phenomenon—The Anastasia books have spread from a small corner of Russia to the entire world without any marketing. Why? With: Gabriel Lopez, NEXUS Anastasia USA; Wesley Wittkamper, NEXUS.
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Natural Time—What can we do to live outside “linear” time? With: Ruben Llanas, 13-months 28-days.info; Wesley Wittkamper, NEXUS.
1:00pm Richard Stallman—You Need Freedom in Your Computer Too. Just as farmers need to control the seeds they plant, we all need to control the software we run. Letting Microsoft, Apple or Google control your operating system is more dangerous than letting Monsanto control your seeds. See gnu.org
1:30pm – 2:30pm: Permaculture for Disaster Prevention and Recovery—Join a lively lunch-time conversation with Doniga Markegard, Markegard Family Ranch, Nicola Peel, Eyes of Gaia, Nils Pallson, Transition US, Michael Collins, Greener Latitudes, and other surprise guests. Hosted by Hannah Apricot Eckberg of the Abundant Earth Foundation.
3:00pm – 4:00pm: Making Soil Together—How to rebuild soils and communities with Josh Whiton, MakeSoil.org and Ryland Engelhart, Kiss The Ground / Cafe Gratitude.
4:30pm – 5:30pm: Free to Be Me – The LBGT+ Movement—Join a heart-filled discussion about the beauties and challenges of being queer in environmental and social change movements. Hosted by Abundant Earth Foundation.
5:00pm – 7:30pm: Queer Ecologies! An LGBTQ Mixer —A special evening of Prideful Celebration for the LGBTQ Community and its Allies. Through visionary music, art, performance, and community conversation, celebrate the biological exuberance of this queer earth, and honor the legacies of survival and resilience of our LGBTQ community. Reception with music by Shea Freedom, food by Sol Food Restaurant, and beverages by Farmacopia, The Well, and House Kombucha. Organized by Queer Ecojustice Project. The California Allegory, Lead to Life, and Queers4ClimateJustice
12:00pm – 1:00pm: Organic Governance—How do we bring our broken democracy back to the people? With: Jen Johnson, Digital Director @ Represent.us and Aubrey Streit Krug from The Land Institute; Aubrey Streit Krug, Ph.D. of the land institute; Ryland Engelhart, Kiss The Ground/Cafe Gratitude; Paul Cooper, Transformation Agency.
1:30pm – 2:30pm: Regenerative Community Living—With: Cassandra Ferrera, Chief Community Officer, Green Key Real Estate; Stephen Brooks, founder, Punta Mona Center for Regenerative Design; Michael Gosney, Managing Director, Techne’ Verde. Moderated by Brad Nye, founder, Tribalize.
3:00pm – 4:00pm: The B Corp Movement: From Local to Global—Come hear how B Lab is serving a global movement of people using business as a force for good. With: Ben Anderson, B Lab US/Canada; Olivia Kronemeyer, Guayaki; others TBA.
4:30pm – 5:30pm: Regenerative Cannabis Agriculture—How can California build a unique, healthy cannabis supply chain based on small farmers, biological diversity, organics, permaculture, etc., and avoid the pitfalls of industrial agriculture? With: Zach Carson, FlowKana; Justin Calvino, The Mendocino Appellations Project; Christina Hollenbeck, Chair of the NEXUS Working Group Towards Equal Justice.
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