SBCC Center for Sustainability & Central Coast Bioneers
"A Taste of Bioneers"
Sunday, March 17, 2013, 6:30-8:30pm
Bioneers, Revolution from the heart of Nature...
Featuring highlights from the National Bioneers Conference 2012
with Bill McKibben, Sandra Steingraber & Bioneers co-founder Kenny Ausubel
SBCC West Campus, Fe Bland Auditorium/BC Forum
Santa Barbara, CA – The Santa Barbara City College Center for Sustainability, in conjunction with Central Coast Bioneers, will give Santa Barbara a sample of the Bioneers experience at the “Taste of Bioneers” program Sunday March 17. Shared will be Bill McKibben and Sandra Steingraber’s plenary addresses from the 2012 National Bioneers Conference on climate change and fracking, respectively, and Bioneers co-founder Kenny Ausubel’s 2012 opening remarks will also be shown. Members from the Central Coast Bioneers team will be on hand with the latest information on field trips and speakers for the 2013 Central Coast Bioneers Conference, which will be held October 25-27.
The Central Coast Bioneers Conference for Monterey, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo Counties is an annual three-day, solutions-focused gathering that brings together a diverse audience to create deep and positive change in their communities. The conference summons environmental, industry and social justice innovators all working to catalyze a movement to heal our world. For more information, go to Central Coast Bioneers: www.centralcoastbioneers.org. The Bioneers radio showed is aired every Monday at 1 pm on KCBX FM Public Radio 89.5.
The Santa Barbara City College Center for Sustainability initiates and supports the practice and understanding of sustainability within the Santa Barbara City College Curriculum, Campus and in the Community.
The event takes place at the Santa Barbara City College West Campus, 800 Block of Cliff Drive, Santa Barbara, CA, 93109. No reservations required. Parking is free on the West Campus on Sundays. For more info: (805) 965-0581 ext 2177, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Founder Kenny Ausubel coined the term Bioneers in 1990 to describe an emerging culture. Bioneers are social and scientific innovators from all walks of life and disciplines who have peered deep into the heart of living systems to understand how nature operates, and to mimic "nature's operating instructions" to serve human ends without harming the web of life. Nature's principleskinship, cooperation, diversity, symbiosis and cycles of continuous creation absent of wastecan also serve as metaphoric guideposts for organizing an equitable, compassionate and democratic society.
Contact: Margie Bushman
Program Coordinator, SBCC Center for Sustainability
(805) 965-0581, ext 2177, email@example.com
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