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Sustainability vs Regeneration with Marc Barasch

Marc Ian Barasch founded the Green World Campaign in 2005 after writing the bestseller The Compassionate Life.

Marc Ian Barasch founded the Green World Campaign in 2005 after writing the bestseller The Compassionate Life. An author, magazine editor, TV producer, and media activist, he has created global TV programs for Turner Broadcasting (where his Emmy-nominated Earth Summit special aired to a global audience of a billion people in 160 countries), the Discovery Channel, and others. His award-winning media installation, Text TREE, was exhibited on a dozen Jumbo-trons on Earth Day  in Times Square.

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Marc talks about: - The difference of sustainability and regeneration - Green World Clubs - Agroforestry - Green Worlds projects in Kenya He incepted and co-produced ReGen18 a pivotal conference that gathered and empowered 500 leaders of the then-nascent regenerative movement.  

He created the interfaith Green World Charter (presenting it to 10,000 delegates from 80 countries and 50 faith traditions at the Parliament of the World’s Religions). He has been a member of the U.N. Advisory Committee for the Year of Forests and was an advisor on Project Drawdown and other key organizations.  (For more, see his entry on Wikipedia)

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Julian Guderley

Julian is a steward for Regeneration in this world. He functions in the world as a Podcast Producer, High Performance Coach & Event Creator.

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