Terra.do invites you to hear from Dr. Beth Sawin about solutions that address climate change while also improving health, well-being, equity, and economic vitality.
This virtual keynote has been opened to the public and will be the first guest lecture for the August cohort of Terra.do’s core course “Climate Change: Learning for Action,” a 12-week bootcamp covering an extensive syllabus on climate, and providing a great springboard for climate action. Find out more here. Current “Learning for Action” fellows do not need to register for this event.
The event will be hosted over Zoom, with a private link sent to your email upon registration.
Elizabeth Sawin is the Founder and Director of the Multisolving Institute. Beth is an expert on solutions that address climate change while also improving health, well-being, equity, and economic vitality. She developed the idea of ‘multisolving’ to help people see and create the conditions for such win-win-win solutions. Beth writes and speaks about multisolving, climate change, and leadership in complex systems for both national and international audiences.
Her work has been published widely, including in Non-Profit Quarterly, The Stanford Social Innovation Review, U. S. News, The Daily Climate, and System Dynamics Review. A biologist with a Ph.D. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Beth co-founded Climate Interactive in 2010 and served as Climate Interactive’s Co-Director from 2010 until 2021. While at Climate Interactive, she led the scientific team that offered the first assessment of the sufficiency of country pledges to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change in 2008.
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