More SLO County voices needed at Women and the Environment Conference
The first annual Women and the Environment Conference, to be held in Santa Barbara May 17-18 is quickly filling up. And men are welcome, too! The organizers have made a special request to Ecologistics to recruit attendees from San Luis Obispo County to fully represent voices from the entire Central Coast.
The conference is for changemakers, lawmakers, movement makers and business leaders who are actively implementing climate change and sustainability solutions through the tri-county region of Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo. Come meet women who are shaping the future of our communities and the planet.
The speaker lineup is incredible and includes Lisa Pike Sheehy, VP of Environmental Activism at Patagonia, Maimune Sayed, Executive Director of EMERGE California, Sarah Newkirk, Senior Coastal Project Director for The Nature Conservancy, and Laurel Hunt, Secretary of Mediterranean Climate Change Consortium. Your ticket will include a VIP reception with Naomi Klein, well-known author of The Shock Doctrine and This Changes Everything.
The conference will be held at the Canary Hotel. Cost is $150 through April 7. After that the rate will increase to $195. For more information and to make a reservation, go to https://weconference.events/