SOLD OUT Regenerative Agriculture, Community & Climate Change (Melb)
Wednesday 19th February 2020, 7-9pm at CERES Learning Centre, Brunswick. Tickets $20
As part of the National Sustainable Living Festival 2020, join Dr. Bronner’s CEO (Cosmic Engagement Officer), David Bronner visiting from the US for a night of conversation with International Director of Regeneration International, Andre Leu and Herbalism and Botanical Educator, Taj Scicluna (a.k.a The Perma Pixie). Hosted by CERES Fair Food Founder, Chris Ennis, the panel will discuss Regenerative Agriculture – it’s purpose and it’s potential to sequester carbon and renew soil to mitigate the effects of Climate Change. They’ll also look at the ways in which regenerative farming and permaculture can improve our communities – locally and globally, as well as give insight into the upcoming launch of the Regenerative Organic Certification (ROC) and what this means for farmers and the general public. David will present mini-documentary, Journey to Pavitramenthe, which tells the story of the farming communities in Bareilly, India that supply the organic mint oil used in Dr. Bronner’s iconic peppermint soap. In Bareilly, mint crops are key to the livelihoods of over 1,500 farmers and their families. These farmers are practicing regenerative organic agricultural in a way that increase yields and soil fertility while fostering resilience in the face of a changing climate.
Drinks and vegan finger food will be provided on arrival and all attendees will receive a Dr. Bronner’s gift pack worth $30.
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The Natural Future: Ideas & Solutions (Byron)
Saturday 22nd February 2020, 6-9pm at Byron Theatre
As part of the Byron Bay Surf Festival, join Dr. Bronner’s CEO (Cosmic Engagement Officer), David Bronner visiting from California for a film screening and night of meaningful conversation with Dan Fitzgerald (Regen Ventures) and Patagonia representatives. The panel will discuss how they are taking the principles of regenerative agriculture – positive in multiple facets: food quality, soil health, carbon sequestration – and creating businesses that are truly regenerative by nature. To go beyond sustainable (ceasing to do harm) to a place where we are actually having a net positive (doing good), we need to support nature and her healing powers through our businesses, technology and living habits. We as individuals, communities and companies can do this collectively to create a regenerative future. Refreshments will be available for purchase and all attendees will receive a Dr. Bronner’s gift pack.
Tickets available at byronbaysurffestival.com.au
Creating Change with Ethical Entrepreneurship & Activism (Syd)
Monday 24th February 2020, 7-9pm at Palace Cinema Norton St. *Tickets $20
Join Dr. Bronner’s CEO (Cosmic Engagement Officer), David Bronner for a night of meaningful conversation with Julie Mathers (Flora & Fauna) and Tim Silverwood (Take 3 for the Sea) following a short film screening. Hosted by Alexx Stuart (The Low Tox Life), the panel will discuss why and how they are tackling everything from Drug Reform to Climate Change. Expect to hear about the highs and lows they face in pursuit of creating change, as well as their future aspirations.
*This is a not-for-profit event. Ticket sales cover event costs and a charitable donation.