Join us July 27 @4pmPT/7pmET for a preview of the Regenerative Communities Summit programming and to learn how your participation in the Summit can help to grow your local movement! Register for the July 27 session here.
Transition US is excited to announce that our 2021 Regenerative Communities Summit has now been scheduled for Friday, September 24th through Sunday, October 10th. Together with dozens of partner organizations who are leading the transition to a more just and sustainable society, we will be offering an abundance of inspiring plenary sessions, skill-building workshops, dynamic discussion spaces, and engaging activities, tracing an arc from “What Is” to “What If” to “What’s Next.”
In addition to these “main stage” online events, which will be open to everyone on a pay-what-you-can basis, we will also be inviting local and regional groups throughout the country to host their own in-person events to foster place-based networking, conversation, and collaboration. In the wake of a global pandemic that has kept us mostly apart for the past 18 months, it is now more important than ever for those of us who care about and are working towards a regenerative future to reconnect with each other, reenergize ourselves, and coordinate our efforts.
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Program updates, schedule, and registration details will be posted as they become available.
Confirmed Speakers and Panelists listed in alphabetical order:
Daniel Christian Wahl, Designing Regenerative Cultures
David Cobb, Cooperation Humboldt
Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute
Lyla June Johnston, Indigenous public speaker, artist, scholar and community organizer of Diné (Navajo), Tsétsêhéstâhese (Cheyenne) and European lineages from Taos, New Mexico
Emily Kawano, Wellspring Cooperative, US Solidarity Economy Network
Ana Rosa Rizo-Centino, Former Mayor of Maywood, Executive Director One Step A La Vez
Michelle Vassel, Wiyot Tribal Administrator, Cooperation Humboldt