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Break the Mold: How to Save the World

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Date:
Monday, November 15, 2021
Time:
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Event Type:
Panel Discussion
Organizer/Author:
Human Agenda
Email:
Phone:
408-759-9571
Location Details:
Zoom link: https://tinyurl.com/y3co6skj
Zoom ID: 506 840 8440
Passcode: SUQxb1gxSEtaSlFML1l4Q1lQQXhiZz09
Dial in: +1 669 900 6833

4th Annual Break the Mold Conference: Part III

The Vision of Human Agenda and
Solutions for the Planet, Transportation, & Democracy

* How to Save the World
* Ecological Transportation
* Participatory Democracy: The Only Way Forward

The earth suffers from carbon, fires and floods, existing modes of transportation do not address the climate emergency, and we cannot resolve these issues without a participatory democracy. Join us with experts and advocates on these three issues to understand what needs to be done and what is being done.

Hosts:
* Julie Solomon, Vice President of Operations, Human Agenda
* Adria Colomer, Board Member, Human Agenda

Climate Justice:
* Gus Speth, Past Administrator, U.N. Sustainable Development Group
* Brian Haberly, Silicon Valley 350.org & Extinction Rebellion

Ecological Transportation:
* Chris Lepe, Principal, Mariposa Planning Solutions
* Rob Means, Secretary, Loopworks, the Milpitas PRT Company

Participatory Democracy:
* David Cobb, Cofounder, Cooperation Humboldt & Former Green Party Presidential Candidate
* Peter Ortiz, Vice President, Santa Clara County Board of Education

Critical existential issues will not be resolved within our existing economic and political system. BREAK THE MOLD seeks institutional alternatives that are truly democratic, equitable, cooperative, kind and sustainable--the DECKS values of Human Agenda.

For more information contact Yaneth Gutierrez at yaneth.gutierrez [at] sjsu.edu.

Sponsored by Human Agenda
Added to the calendar on Mon, Nov 8, 2021 10:37PM
§Break the Mold: How to Save the World
by Human Agenda
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