|Wednesday, June 30th|
Nature Needs Half
Noon (Webinar via Zoom)
Protecting half of Earth’s land and seas is a necessary precondition for achieving a stable climate. It also could have enormous benefits for wildlife world-wide, including pollinators. But as with any large ambitious goal, taking the first steps can be daunting. On the road to a sustainable and wild future, what do we need to do first and how can we all participate in the historic effort to save the biosphere? Amy Lewis answers these questions and more in her webinar on the essential role each and everyone of us plays in planetary-scale conservation. Register today to claim your spot!
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Amy Lewis serves on PPAN’s Board of Directors and has spent the last 15 years researching the building blocks of collective action. She has brought this knowledge to bear in her own work as an award-winning nonprofit leader and as a scholar of environmental policy. Her research explores the relationship between democratic decision-making and policies that benefit the environment. She delights in uncovering the deep forces that determine a society’s political and ecological future and has employed her knowledge and skills, most recently, at the WILD Foundation, aligning her personal goals with WILD’s mission to activate an international ethic of care for our wild planet