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September 14, 2023 @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Forging a Future with Nature

A future supported by the natural environment depends on our effective involvement in decisions in our homes, communities, states, and at the federal level to ensure that we are taking the steps necessary to protect against existential threats to health, biodiversity, and climate. The Forum is an important opportunity to hear from those working as scientists, advocates, land managers (from gardens, parks, play fields to farms), and public decision makers about steps being taken and action needed to prevent catastrophic collapse of the natural systems that sustain life.

Plan Now to Join Us!

The goal of the Forum Series is to enable a collective strategy to address the existential health, biodiversity, and climate threats and chart a path for a livable and sustainable future. We come together to empower effective action. You are part of the solution!

  Session 1:  Sept 14, 2023 – 1:00-3:30pm Eastern (EDT)  |   Session 2: Oct TBA   |   Session 3: Nov TBA

The Forum Series begins September 14, 2023 and will continue through October and November—dates to be announced.

September 14, 2023 featuring David Goulson, PhD and André Leu, DSc.

Bee pollinating flower.

Venue: Online

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