Speaker Series December 6, 2016-Living a Biocentric Lifestyle and How to Get More People Connected to Nature with Stefanie Spear, Founder & CEO, EcoWatch
Come hear and share the challenges and joys of working to encourage people to adopt sustainable practices and become active in their communities, and the role you play in shaping the future of our planet. Annual Dinner & Auction.
Description: As founder and CEO of EcoWatch, it's my job to engage millions of people each month in their pursuit of a sustainable lifestyle. From people who are just beginning to connect the dots between human health and the environment to people who work daily to protect our Earth, EcoWatch helps readers on their journey from a humanistic viewpoint to a biocentric one. Come hear and share the challenges and joys of working to encourage people to adopt sustainable practices and become active in their communities, and the role you play in shaping the future of our planet. Stefanie Spear has been publishing environmental news for more than 25 years and is dedicated to educating and motivating readers to become engaged in their community, adopt sustainable practices and support strong environmental policy to protect human health and the environment. Learn more about Stefanie Spear at her profile page here.
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