Advancing Sustainability Through Hyper-Local Action

Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 11:00am - 12:30pm

Please note that all times are Pacific. Click here to register.

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About IDEAS for Us:

IDEAS For Us (IDEAS) is an Orlando-based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and accredited NGO of the United Nations. Our mission is to develop ideas, fund action, and scale solutions that solve the world’s most pressing environmental and social challenges. Since 2008, we have been guided by our vision to contribute to a future where humanity thrives in harmony with nature and in peace with one another. Thousands of our volunteers have taken action in over 30 countries around the world and we have now evolved to specialize in helping cities advance sustainability at the local level through our projects, programs, and sustainable enterprises such as Fleet Farming. We align all of our projects with the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals to bring communities closer to fulfilling the Global Goals on a local scale. 

About the IDEAS Hive:

The IDEAS Hive is an interdisciplinary, intergenerational community Think + Do Tank designed to educate the public about sustainability and develop their ideas into local action projects. The IDEAS Hive meets in communities to grow stakeholders and educate them around the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Through seminars, field trips, action projects, and film screenings, The IDEAS Hive is designed to transform communities to advance positive change.

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About This Webinar:

This free, interactive webinar is limited to 100 participants, so please register early! If all spaces are filled, you will still be able to watch a live broadcast of this event on the Transition US Facebook page. However, only those who have registered in advance will be able to participate in polls and ask questions of the speaker.

Webinar Presenter:

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Clayton Louis Ferrara is the Executive Director of the United Nations Accredited NGO, IDEAS For Us. He is a classically trained biologist and world traveler who has conducted research on five continents concerning evolution, conservation, and ecology. His work as leader of IDEAS focuses on advancing sustainability through the creation of solutions that benefit people, the planet, and create prosperity in communities around the world. He is a celebrated alum of Rollins, the first American to be named a Darwin Scholar by the Field Studies Council in London, a member of the SDSN Vatican Youth group for Pope Francis, and a handpicked member of Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer's GreenWorks task force. He was born in Chile and currently lives in Winter Park, Florida.

Don Hall
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