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  1. 1. Cohen Auditorium Alumnae Lounge 2:45 Biochar: what it is, how it works (Cohen Stage) – Hugh McLaughlin, PhD 2:45 Students for a livable climate: Addressing climate change on our college campuses (audience left rear) – Ezra Fradkin, Sterling College 2:45 A 120,000 ton/year, 3.2 MW organic waste digester operation – Alex MacFarlane 3:30 Coalescing/ maximizing our impact by working together – Elizabeth Whitehouse, Compost Intl (audience left rear) 3:30 Show me the Carbon! (prodding the climate movement to broaden its scope) (Cohen Stage) —Glenn Gall 2:45 Farm Hack – open source R&D for regenerative agriculture –Dorn Cox, Farm Hack, Greenstart, etc. 2:45 Preserving the gains of ecological restoration through biodiversity and ecosystem-based decision-making —Sharon McGregor, conservation biologist/environmental administration 2:45 Resiliency: Peer support for Social Change leaders – Didi Pershouse, Center for SustainableMedicine 3:30 Grass-fed beef – Ridge Shinn 3:30 How do we get massive amounts of soil carbon made and put into soils worldwide? --Charlotte O’Brien, Carbon Drawdown Solutions 3:30 Connecting dimensions of climate action – John Abbe (restoration for sequestration; promotion of renewable energy; retiring fossil fuels; rights of nature & communities) – John Abbe
  2. 2. Alumnae Lounge 2:45 Farm Hack – open source R&D for regenerative agriculture –Dorn Cox, Farm Hack, Greenstart, etc. 2:45 Preserving the gains of ecological restoration through biodiversity and ecosystem-based decision-making —Sharon McGregor, conservation biologist/environmental administration 2:45 Resiliency: Peer support for Social Change leaders – Didi Pershouse, Center for Sustainable Medicine (audience right rear) 3:30 Grass-fed beef – Ridge Shinn 3:30 How do we get massive amounts of soil carbon made and put into soils worldwide? --Charlotte O’Brien, Carbon Drawdown Solutions 3:30 Connecting dimensions of climate action – John Abbe (restoration for sequestration; promotion of renewable energy; retiring fossil fuels; rights of nature & communities) – John Abbe
  3. 3. Requested • Moving beyond preaching to the choir: messages and marketing for the general public and voters • Practical ecosystem regeneration/restoration, especially forests and wetlands (“How to”) • How to tie in responsible care and restoration of landscapes into the carbon farming paradigm • Inexpensive measures of carbon absorption in soil and trees.

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