Journeying to a Greener Tomorrow

Bioneers at MCC Conference & Green Living Expo

Saturday, November 5, 2011
1:30 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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The Bioneers Conference program includes great panels on saving water, local food production, alternative energy, environmental stewardship, and educating about climate change. Some highlights:

PERMACULTURE, SUSTAINABLE LAND DESIGN
Bill Wilson, Keynote Speaker

Bill’s 32 years of living in a sustainably oriented community has prepared him for a hands-on understanding how to create vibrant, sustainable and ecologically sound communities. He is co-founder, with his wife Rebecca, of Midwest Permaculture, offering trainings, talks and workshops. The purpose of Midwest Permaculture is to support the transition of our society from a culture of consumption… to a culture of… creation.

 

EARTH ETHICS BECAUSE TOMORROW MATTERS
Lan Richart, Co- Director of Eco Justice Collaborative 
Courtney Eccles, Assistant Director, Outreach and Policy of Protestants for the Common Good

Lan Richart and Courtney Eccles will help us to better understand the need to share not just the science and facts when discussing environmental concerns, but also the need for ethics and justice to be included in our conversations and work.

About Bioneers

“Bioneers” are social and scientific innovators developing solutions for a more sustainable world. Learn all about the national Bioneers, their work and their upcoming conference – October 15-17 at www.bioneers.org.

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2 comments on “Journeying to a Greener Tomorrow”

  1. Pamela J. Richart

    Science, faith and ethics should be in any discourse about today's environmental challenges. Join Lan Richart, EJC and Courtney Eccles, Protestants for the Common Good this Saturday, November 5, at McHenry County Bioneers for Earth Ethics: Why Tomorrow Matters.

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