Jason Mark, Editor, Earth Island Journal Other Speakers TBA
The notion that humans can fundamentally alter the biochemistry of something as big as the Earth’s atmosphere seems like science fiction to some. While politicians debate whether or not climate change is real, authors and filmmakers are tackling the far-out implications in a new genre called Climate Fiction or Cli-Fi. How wild could a hot and crowded world get? Join us for a conversation about literature and film that explores what may be ahead.
Sylvia Earle, Ph.D., Ocean Explorer; National Geographic Explorer in Residence; Founder, Mission Blue and SEAlliance David de Rothschild, National Geographic Explorer; Environmentalist Greg Dalton, Founder, Climate One – Moderator Read more »
Rajendra Pachauri, Ph.D., Chair, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Lisa Jackson, Vice President, Environmental Initiatives, Apple; Former Administrator, EPA
Can Apple help make clean energy cool? As a beloved brand and the most valuable company on the planet, it is uniquely positioned to influence global culture and individual behavior. What are Apple and its Silicon Valley brethren doing to drive toward a clean and sustainable economy? Read more »
Karen Ross, California Secretary of Food and Agriculture; Former Deputy U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Jonathan Foley, Executive Director, California Academy of Sciences Helene York, Director, Responsible Business, Google Global Accounts, Bon Appetit Management Company Read more »
Brian Richter, Chief Water Scientist, The Nature Conservancy; Author, Chasing Water: A Guide for Moving from Scarcity to Sustainability Peter Gleick, President, Co-Founder, The Pacific Institute; Author, Bottled and Sold Brooke Barton, Director, Water Program, Ceres Read more »