What stops us from changing? Join social impact entrepreneur Alessandro Armillotta in his journey from fashion to a value-driven and less impactful life, a story of eye-opening moments that helped him understand the importance of living in balance with nature.
Leading a series of sessions on meditation at the 2013 Climate, Mind & Behavior Symposium, Zen priest and writer Rev. angel Kyodo williams articulates the importance of contemplation in understanding and addressing today's most pressing social and environmental problems.
Interest in vegan food has been booming across the rich world. A major study has put the diet to the test—analyzing an imagined scenario in which the world goes vegan by 2050. If everybody went vegan by 2050 we estimated that food-related greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by 3/4.
In this Sixth Age of Extinctions, the life support systems that have allowed humans to thrive are eroding. Paul Stamets, the world's leading visionary "myco-technologist," shows how fungi and mushrooms can help restore ecosystems, degraded landscapes and human health – fast.
Ervin Laszlo is an integral philosopher, system theorist, founder of the Club of Budapest, who brings a holistic perspective on the individual, society and the world. In this talk Ervin stresses the importance of Love for the world at large.