This panel discussion will take place at the Global Earth Repair Conference in Port Townsend, Washington, and will include both live and online panelists, and both a live and online audience to participate in the Q and A.
In this panel discussion, experts will discuss how land use changes have led to weather and climate changes, and how we might protect and restore climate through protecting and restoring ecology and hydrology. We will discuss the interactions between atmospheric thermodynamics and ecosystem and hydrological function, and how the way we relate to the biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere is a result of our evolving cultural narratives.
It will be hosted by Timothy Sexauer, creator of the Muse Ecology podcast and host of the Ecosystem Restoration Deep Dive Webinar. Panelists will include Charles Eisenstein, Professor Millan Millan, Didi Pershouse, Walter Jehne, Zach Weiss, Neal Spackman, Minni Jain, and Judith Schwartz.
Use of the Zoom Webinar service is being donated by the Ecosystem Restoration Camps Foundation.