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Friday, October 23 • 1:55pm - 2:25pm
Navigating Adaptation and Resilience as Un-Sustainability Hits the Tipping Point

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As founder and President of L.A.’s legendary TreePeople, Andy Lipkis has brought visionary solutions to the once-poster child of municipal environmental madness. Inventing the citizen forestry movement and engaging hundreds of thousands of Angelenos, over the past decade he has systematically demonstrated how to repair and restore an urban watershed by integrating ecology, economy and justice. As L.A.’s eco-governance model starts to spread globally, he will report from the front lines of the City of Angels and from Australia, which has engaged the entire citizenry as watershed managers.

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Andy Lipkis

TreePeople
Andy Lipkis, founder (at age 18 in 1973) and President of TreePeople, which has mobilized volunteers to plant over 2 million trees in Los Angeles, is an award-winning activist and social entrepreneur renowned for developing urban watershed management solutions to protect cities against droughts and floods, prevent water and air pollution, and mitigate/adapt to climate change. Andy is currently facilitating an unprecedented collaboration between... Read More →


Friday October 23, 2015 1:55pm - 2:25pm
Old Main 1600 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

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