Paul Tukey, Alexis Baden-Mayer, Ling Tan, Betsy Nicholas: Legislation and Advocacy Q&A

12 Community and Movement Leaders Panel

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Community and Movement Leaders Panel
There are many ways to participate in this transformative movement to build sustainable, healthy, resilient communities and to restore ecosystem function. From engaging elected officials, to using your wallet to support regenerative/restorative activities, to transforming your own front or back yard to sequester more carbon, to growing your own food. All of us have a role – or many roles – to play in reversing global warming, restoring ecosystem health and ultimately cooling the planet to a safe average temperature.

Panel moderator: Tod Wickersham, Washington DC Chapter, Biodiversity for a Livable Climate
* Paul Tukey, Author, Organic Lawn Care Manual, Chief Sustainability Officer,
Glenstone Museum
* Alexis Baden-Mayer, Esq., Political Director, Regeneration International and Organic
Consumers Association
* Ling Tan, founding member of —Safe Grow Montgomery
* Betsy Nicholas, Executive Director, Waterkeepers Chesapeake and Fair Farms

Presented at Biodiversity for a Livable Climate “Scenario 300: Making Climate Cool” conference at Washington D.C. on April 30, 2017

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