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Earth To Dinner 2 at Seattle Culinary Academy

ISB participated in Earth To Dinner 2 on Jan. 12 at Seattle Culinary Academy. This was a follow-up event for the Dec. 12 Earth to Dinner event at ISB. (Read more…)

The theme was sustainable food/agriculture and urban design. Panelists for the evening included:

Grace Kim: Architect and co-founder of Schemata Workshop
Liz Fikejs: Conservation Program Manager, Seattle Public Utilities
Jessica Day: Project Manager, Project Feed 1010
Dean DeCrease: Principal of Festivore Design Works and Chief Governing Officer & Board Chair, Central Co-Op
Julia Sanders: Deputy Director, Global Ocean Health

Watch the Facebook Live video:

About Earth To Dinner: In December 2015, 195 global leaders came together to adopt the historic Paris Agreement – the world’s first comprehensive climate agreement. GOOD, in partnership with the #EarthTo coalition (100+ partners strong), has created the #EarthToDinner (earthtodinner.org) climate conversation dinner series to keep climate action on the table.

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