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Sustainable Lifestyles: Addressing Climate Change & Social Inequity - Shared screen with speaker view
David Levy
32:14
this is David Levy, a professor at UMass Boston, thanks to my UMass Boston MGT688 students for showing up! The course is on Business and Climate Change, and this evening is integrated into the syllabus.
Esmeralda
33:17
Hello everyone. Esmeralda Bisono, Sustainability & Resiliency Coordinator for the City of Salem, MA. I am also the Community Solar Coach in Salem for the Solarize Mass Plus program. Always excited to learn more and teach others! My email is ebisono@salem.com if anyone wants to connect. Thank you and nice to "meet" you.
Alexandra Coughlin
33:32
Hi everyone, I’m Alexandra and I work for the GreenLight Fund, our focus is not sustainability, but I’m driving internal change toward becoming a sustainable organization. Looking forward to meeting all of you - this is my first meeting. Glad to be here!
k novick
33:49
Hi all…co-founder Long Now Boston; community builder & connecter; brand experience; biz development for impact entrepreneurs; producer of conferences for progressive thought leadership orgs… connect: kim@knovick.com
Lauren de la Parra
37:00
Oops! Sent this only to panelists at first. Hi! I’m Lauren. I am a climate and sustainability consultant working with municipalities and organizations in the arts cultural sector to drive climate action. Happy to be here!
jenfialli
38:17
Hello! I’m Jennifer Fialli from Professor Levy’s class at UMass Boston
Vivian
38:30
Hi, I’m Vivian Frick, based at TU Berlin, member of Scorai, environmental psychologists working on sustainable consumption and digitalisation, and I was just curious :)
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
43:12
If we don’t get to a question after a speaker, we will come back to it. No question left behind.
Philip Vergragt
50:46
can I say something?
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
57:59
We are recording this and will hopefully be able to post a link to it in the cloud after the event.
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
58:24
Yours truly might have missed a bit in the beginning, but Tilly reminded me. :)
Tilly Pick
59:10
Love what you do, Doran!
Josh Wiener
01:00:36
Hi Everyone, Josh Wiener from the NEW YORK AREA SUSTAINABILITY GROUP (NYASG) here. Enjoying these presentations along with all the Q&A!!
Tilly Pick
01:03:58
@Josh Wiener from NYC -- welcome to Boston :)
Philip Vergragt
01:04:27
How to type a question in the Q&A?
Tilly Pick
01:06:52
@all panelists -- if you have questions, please send them to Holly. panelists don't have the QA button to ask questions.
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:09:32
DPW=Dept of Public Works
Tilly Pick
01:23:37
right to repair...check out https://repair.org/
Monica Nakielski
01:24:23
I love the idea of fixing items! Just pulled out my old, copyright 1973, Reader's Digest, Complete Do-it-yourself manual. I'd recommend researching some of the chemicals tho...not so safe...
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:26:05
From Erin Victor: If you organize a repair cafe or clinic please consider posting on this statewide calendar of events as a way to to help advertise these events! http://www.boltonlocal.org/initiatives/repair-cafe
Ben Larocco
01:36:08
Hey all - my email is Ben.LaRocco@Li.me - happy to answer any questions.
Tilly Pick
01:37:03
@monica -- so right on!!
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:37:46
Thanks for sticking with us folks! This is a new time management experience for us as well.
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:39:52
Well stated
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:41:05
Sounds like paradise!
Susan Legere, Ph.D
01:41:57
bravo
Tilly Pick
01:43:20
company culture as a driver of sustainable lifestyles -- love it.
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:44:12
Stay with us for more Q&A at the end if you can, folks.
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:49:39
Do folks have any comments or questions for Monica?
Susan Legere, Ph.D
01:54:15
I love the idea of incentivizing and using the app to track employee sustainable habits. Less personal data to share than health data ....
Boston Area Sustainability Group (BASG)
01:54:20
That is amazingly wonderful!
Susan Legere, Ph.D
01:54:41
We could contact BCBS through the member portal, easier than phone
Susan Legere, Ph.D
01:55:31
Really loved all the presentations! Thank you everyone!!!!!
carolbaroudi
01:55:45
Congratulations and thank you!!!! Awesome event - oh, Holly, don’t forget about MAY!!!!
Esmeralda
01:55:48
Thanks everyone! What a great webinar. Let's change the world.
Tilly Pick
01:59:53
my answer: i am seeing people pay more attention to each other.
Josh Wiener
02:01:42
loved this. thank you, @BASG organizers and panelists!
Tilly Pick
02:02:04
from doran: Everywhere I drive for deliveries, people are walking and maybe forming habits to enjoy their local enviroments
DZube
02:03:13
Thank you for putting this together! Vasela referenced the"steady-state economy" and replacing GDP as an economic indicator. Was Herman Daly the sole reference for these ideas?
Philip Vergragt
02:03:41
Halina and I write about this in a blog that is published today on the SCORAI listeserv
Susan Legere, Ph.D
02:04:13
I'm delighted by all the enthusiasm for making do, making from scratch and growing and making your own!
Ben Larocco
02:04:17
Cities are better with few cars and car trips!
Philip Vergragt
02:05:40
if people want to join us with SCORAI, xontqac tme at pvergragt@outlook.com
Philip Vergragt
02:06:05
I mean contact me
Tilly Pick
02:06:33
thank u!!
Monica Nakielski
02:06:40
Thank you everyone!