Unitarian Universalist Church of Boulder
Date(s) - 05/02/2021
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Please join us for a panel and community discussion on the inspiring film, Kiss the Ground (trailer here) on Sunday, May 2, 1-2:30.We will be exploring how the healing potential of soil, food, and waste is already happening in our local community.
Here is the link for the panel and discussion May 2 1-2:30p.
We are excited to welcome our panelists, Brett KenCairn, Boulder’s Senior Policy Advisor for Climate and Environment for the City of Boulder, author Hunter Lovins, President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions, and Phil Taylor, Executive Director and co-founder of MAD Agriculture (short bios are below).
Kiss the Ground is an award winning movie of hope. It discusses the regenerative agriculture solutions so necessary to reverse our climate trajectory. Narrated by Woody Harrelson and featuring music from Jason Mraz, the star-studded film explains why transitioning to regenerative agriculture could be key in rehabilitating the planet.
Free access to the film is offered until April 26 by our fellow environmental interfaith organization, Interfaith Power and Light. Here is the free link. If you miss this window, you can also find the film anytime on Netflix.
Whether you’ve watched the film or not, please join us virtually Sunday, May 2, 1-2:30 for our panel and discussion about what is happening and what we can do locally to help our soils.
We look forward to seeing you on May 2, celebrating our Mother Earth, and our communities!
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The GreenFaith Boulder County organizing committee
Brett KenCairn serves as the City of Boulder’s Senior Policy Advisor for Climate and Environment. A systems change practitioner with extensive experience in regenerative ecosystems and economic design and implementation, Brett is currently focused on developing carbon management strategies that create climate stabilization and resilience through equity-based regenerative enterprises. He has an extensive background in community-based sustainable development, working in both rural, Native American, and other disadvantaged communities across the western U.S.
Hunter Lovins is the President and Founder of Natural Capitalism Solutions (NCS), a non-profit formed in 2002 in Longmont, CO. A renowned author and champion of sustainable development for over 35 years, Hunter has consulted on business, economic development, sustainable agriculture, energy, water, security, and climate policies for scores of governments, communities, and companies worldwide.
Phil Taylor is the Executive Director and co-founder of MAD Agriculture and a fellow at the University of Colorado, where he teaches The Future of Food in the Masters of the Environment Food Systems program. MAD Agriculture describes itself as “on a mission to reimagine and restore our relationship with Earth through agriculture.”