[Scpg] Thurs 7pm FEB. 17: “Local Economies and Democratic Decision Making.” 2005 Speakers Series: Creating the Future: Ecology, Ethics and Design"

Wesley Roe and Marjorie Lakin Erickson lakinroe at silcom.com
Tue Feb 15 08:30:04 PST 2005

"2005 Speakers Series: Creating the Future: Ecology, Ethics and Design"

Distinguished guests featured in new environmental education series sponsored
  SBCC Student Sustainability Coalition
Weekly panel discussions will bring together a bevy of distinguished 
guests, local leaders and students who are working in different ways to 
make this new paradigm come alive.The class meets on consecutive Thursdays 
in February and March from 7 to 9 p.m. in Thornton Auditorium at the Wake 
Center, 300 N. Turnpike Rd.Santa Barbara CA ,except for Mar. 31 when it 
meets in Room 1004 in UCSB's Girvetz Hall. Admission is free and is open to 
the public on a first-come, first-served basis.


FEB. 17: "Local Economies and Democratic Decision Making."
Katy Mamen, International Society for Ecology and Culture.,Adam Wolpert, 
Occidental Art and Ecology Center.

FEB. 24: "Seven Generations: Thinking of the Future"
Tiahoga Ruge, Mexican Minister of Sustainable Education and Development.
Matthew Fox, President, University of Creation Spirituality.

MAR. 3: "The Wisdom of the Watershed: Natural Flows and Natural Design."
Brock Dolman, Occidental Art and Ecology Center,Penny Livingston, 
Regenerative Design Institute.

MAR. 10, "Troubled Waters: Politics and Ecology."
Dame Anita Roddick, Author, Philanthropist.,Robert Wilkinson, Water Policy 
Carolee Krieger, California Water Impact Network.

MAR. 17: "Aquatic Cycles and Planetary Health."
Richard C. Murphy, Ocean Futures Society. ,West Marrin, Author, Universal 

MAR. 24: "From Cradle to Cradle: Creative Pathways to Sustainable Living."
William McDonough, Architect and Professor.,Amory Lovins, The Rocky 
Mountain Institute.

MAR. 31: "The New Alchemy: Transforming Water and Soil."
Dr. Chiu-Nan Lai, Director, Lapis Lazuli Light Institute,Bob Cannard, 
Restoration Ecologist/Organic Farmer
The series was created through an inspired collaboration with the following 
community groups: Walter H. Capps Foundation; Institute of Reverential 
Ecology; Walter H. Capps Center for the Study of Religion, Ethics & Public 
Life; Occidental Art and Ecology Center; El Capitan Canyon Campground; SBCC 
Student Sustainability Coalition; Ocean Futures Society; Institute of World 
Culture; La Casa de Maria; University of California Education for 
Sustainable Living Program; and International Society for Ecology and 
Culture., Hopedance Media, Santa Barbara Permaculture Network

For more information please contact:SBCC Student Sustainability Coalition 
sbccssc at yahoo.com  www.biosbcc.net
Shawn Jacobson 805-252-3031  Leif Skogberg 805-886-6251

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