The second-annual U.S. Slow Living Summit is a national convening of cross-sector intelligence, ideas and action for sustainable living co-organized by graduate schools in management and international development. It boasts at least 50 sessions on topics like food, agriculture, spirit, investing, energy, technology, entrepreneurship, communities, media and sustainability – plus theater, video and music offerings.Gather with engaged citizens, entrepreneurs, investors, educators, students, civic, foundation and non-profit leaders at the Slow Living Summit, May 30-June 1 to invent and implement cross-sector solutions for sustainable communities in a post-carbon, new-economy world.
Speakers including David Orr (Oberlin college, Down to the Wire), Vt. Gov. Peter Shumlin, Woody Tasch (Slow Money), Chris Martensen (The Crash Course), Charles Eisenstein (Sacred Economics), James Howard Kunstler (The Long Emergency) and many others!
For more information and registration details, see Slow Living Summit