Saturday, October 21 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Breakthroughs in Global Regenerative Design: Implementing Solutions for the Earth and People
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The social and ecological crises we face are all to a large extent the result of poor design of human systems. By integrating principles drawn from permaculture, biomimicry, bioremediation, "living systems thinking" and TEK (traditional ecological knowledge), designers, planners, communities, municipalities and governments are beginning to discover how to integrate the needs of people and ecosystems in setting a new standard for human impacts in order to achieve long-term cascading benefits for all species. Erin English, ecological engineer with Biohabitats, Inc., and Joel Glanzberg, applied naturalist at Regenesis, highlight breakthrough design solutions being implemented around the globe.

Workshop Speakers
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Erin English

Erin English, PE LEED AP, Senior Engineer, Southwest Basin and Range Bioregion, for Biohabitats, Inc., a firm focused on ecological restoration, conservation planning and regenerative design, brings 15 years’ engineering expertise to her work in water master planning, wastewater/storm-water... Read More →
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Joel Glanzberg

Joel Glanzberg, whose lifework has focused on designing interventions that lead to systemic change, was an early pioneer in the fields of Permaculture and Regenerative Design and helped found the groundbreaking organizations, Flowering Tree Permaculture (in 1986) and Regenesis Collaborative... Read More →

Saturday October 21, 2017 4:30pm - 6:00pm PDT
Larkspur Room