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2018 Drawdown Learn Conference On Demand

Teaching a Solutions-Based Approach to Climate Change

Available until Oct 18 2019 Online
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"Innovation. Creativity. Ingenuity. Genius. When you set bigger goals, everything opens up."

—Paul Hawken

This free collection of video presentations highlights Project Drawdown, perhaps the most unexpected and hopeful development in the critical effort to reverse global warming.

Since the findings were published in April 2017, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming has become a New York Times best seller, prompting hundreds of media reports, events, and new editions worldwide.

The weekend of Oct. 19-21, 2018, the Omega Center for Sustainable Living hosted a rare gathering of the Project Drawdown leadership team, including Paul Hawken. The team provided an interactive overview and update of Drawdown and answered questions from both the in-person and online audience.

Drawdown Learn connects and supports an emerging Drawdown education and engagement network of educators, young people, organizers, practitioners, librarians, organizations, and others by offering a space to share examples, resources, and ideas for the integration of Drawdown and its data within K-12 and higher education, as well as cross-sector and community efforts. 

2018 Drawdown Learn Conference

To watch for free the opening keynote presentation by Paul Hawken, a panel discussion with the Project Drawdown leadership team, and a selection of breakout sessions from the 2018 Drawdown Learn incubation event, click the orange REGISTER TODAY button on this page and follow the instructions.

To learn more and register for the 2019 Drawdown Learn Conference October 18-20, click here.

Meet the Teachers

  • Paul Hawken is an environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, and activist who has dedicated his ...
  • Katharine Wilkinson, PhD, serves as vice president of communication and engagement at Projec ...
  • Chad Frischmann is a co-author and the lead researcher of the New York Times best-seller ...
  • Crystal Chissell, JD, MS, MBA, serves as vice president of operations and engagement at Project D ...
  • Jonathan Foley, PhD, serves as executive director of Project Drawdown, a nonprofit organization&n ...
  • Laura Weiland is director of the Omega Center for Sustainable Living (OCSL), and creator of ...
  • Robert "Skip" Backus is the chief executive officer of Omega Institute. For more than 20 years, h ...
  • Sachem HawkStorm, hereditary sachem (chief) of the Schaghticoke People, is a fierce advocate ...
  • David Macek is the executive director of EcoChallenge.org, a sustainability organization that pro ...
  • Lacy Cagle serves as director of learning for Northwest Earth Institute (NWEI), based in Portland ...
  • Sarah Duffer is a public educator certified by the National Board for Professional Teaching ...
  • Sue Staropoli serves as a facilitator and leader in the Rochester Pachamama Alliance community, w ...
  • Felicia M. Davis coordinates sustainability for Clark Atlanta University and is a member of ...
  • Illai Kenney serves as program manager in the Howard University Office of Sustainability.  A ...
  • Richard Schulterbrandt Gragg, PhD, is a professor of environmental science and policy at the Flor ...
  • As a member of the International Indigenous Youth Council and as an activist, community organizer ...
  • Lauren TwoBraids Howland works to build a strong and vibrant youth network, and motivates ot ...
  • Roberto Mukaro Borrero is the international mechanisms director for the U.S. Human Righ ...
  • Sherri Mitchell, JD, is an indigenous rights activist, spiritual teacher, and transformation ...
  • Rebekkah Smith Aldrich, MS, is executive director of the Mid-Hudson Library System, a public ...
  • Stephen Maher is the librarian for social work and psychology for New York University. ...
  • Jen Cannell, PhD, serves as the school library system and arts coordinator for Capital Region Boa ...
  • David Levine is the cofounder and president of the American Sustainable Business Council, a netwo ...
  • Oliver Kroner is the sustainability coordinator for the City of Cincinnati, where he works with c ...
  • Jaimie P. Cloud is founder and president of the Cloud Institute and author of the Education for S ...
  • Laura Diaz teaches environmental science and biology at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alam ...
  • Gabriel Trevino, a senior at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California, is a membe ...
  • Leonardo Alonso, senior at St. Joseph Notre Dame High School in Alameda, California, is an office ...
  • Martine Postma serves as director of the Repair Café International Foundation, the organization ...
  • John Wackman is the organizer of the Repair Café in New Paltz and coordinator of Repair Caf ...

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