Transforming the Economy: Sustaining Food, Water, Energy and Justice
Transforming the Economy: Sustaining Food, Water, Energy and Justice.
June 26-29, 2016
Co-Sponsored by BioPhysical Economics
Opening Greeting by Tommy Wells, Director of the District Department of Energy and the Environment.
Monday evening, June 27th.
$25 incl. refreshments and music.
Frances Moore Lappé, Alternative Nobel Prize Recipient and author of Diet for a Small Planet, Boston
Dr. Peter I. May, Senior Scientist, Biohabitats Inc. and University of Maryland, Dept. of Environmental Science
Dr. Monamati Mokgadi, Senior Natural Resource Officer, Department of Environmental Affairs, Botswana
Dr. Renato Maluf, President Emeritus, National Food Security Council of Brazil, San Paolo, Brazil
Dr. Jairam Ramesh, Former Minster of the Environment of India, New Delhi, India
Dr. Shi Yan, Founder and President, Shared Harvest Community Supported Agriculture, Beijing, China
Dr. Gar Alperovitz, Democracy Collaborative and University of Maryland
Mrs. Michelle Obama, First Lady, The White House, Washington DC, United States
Ambassador Alfonso Lenhardt, Administrator, US Agency for International Development, Washington DC
Gina McCarthy, Administrator, US Environmental Protection Agency, Washington DC
Dr. Ernest Moniz, Secretary, United States Department of Energy
Tom Vilsack, Secretary, United States Department of Agriculture, Washington DC
Guests of Honor:
Herman Daly, Professor Emeritus
Harriett Fulbright, President, Fulbright Foundation
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