Enviro-Innovators Saul Griffith and Chris Lindland Discuss Their Latest Project, Eco Knievel
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Revive & Restore seeks to return extinct species to the wild. Founder Stewart Brand (The Whole Earth Catalogue) and executive director Ryan Phelan gather at the Commonwealth Club to discuss the organization's flagship project The Great Passenger Pigeon Comeback. A fascinating challenge, the project aims to bring the iconic bird back using the genome of the band-tailed pigeon and biotechnology. De-extinction has the power to alter adverse climate change, enhance biodiversity and restore ecological health. Learn from two pioneering experts in the field as they discuss rescuing endangered species and even reversing extinction. Learn More
Per my companion, the white wine was "fair" there was no foodDeborah Tannen (Author of You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation) info • Mar 15 2013 star this tip starred
BART or after 6 p.m. parkingDeborah Tannen (Author of You Just Don't Understand: Women and Men in Conversation) info • Mar 15 2013 star this tip starred
Saul Griffith, Co-founder, Squid Labs, Instructables.com, Makani Power; Inventor; Author
Chris Lindland, Founder, Betabrand.com
Being “green” has a longstanding association with things like organic granola and natural-fiber clothing, but dirt bikes and extreme sports? Our panel of eco-revolutionaries is kicking environmentalism into high gear and showing how we can make the environment more macho. Enviro-innovators Griffith and Lindland will also showcase their latest Eco Knievel project, including the world’s first green stunt.
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