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First annual conference

May 26
2017 - May 29
2017

Asheville, NC

Free

Summary

At EDA’s first conference, we explored the issue of how we identify and manage our common resources into the future. This is a complex issue and unfortunately, there are no quick and easy answers or call to action. But what if the solutions are partly ours to figure out? What if it might just take 50 committed people to galvanize and organize?

Many top environmentalists and leading-edge economists think that the solutions are largely already on the table, but will require discipline, cooperation and public support to implement. We will need to combine the best of what’s already out there with new possibilities.


AGENDA

 

EDA: Mission, Vision, Values and Goals - Presenter:  George Catlin

 

Why is PROUT foundational? - Eva Simonsen

 

Meeting Essential Human Requirements - Howard Nemon, Prama Institute

 

The Three-Tiered Economy of PROUT - Roar Bjonnes, Prama Institute

 

Commons and Carrying Capacity -  James Quilligan

 

Getting to the New Story - Jacelyn Eckman

 

Environmental Protection: A new Legal Strategy for the Commons - Betsy Gasek

 

Examples of Successful Commons - Janice Bobbie

 

Sustainable Advocacy - Sara Avery

 

Part 1: Introducing the EDA Research Team

Patti Ellis with Terry Blatt; James Kolb and Anthony Robinson

 

Part 2: Introduction to Bioregions - James Quilligan

 

Ohio as a Case Study in Carrying Capacity - Dave Cunningham, Greg Pace, John Lowe

 

Getting to Know the Three Recipients of this

Year’s EDA Youth Scholarship - Chloe Brown, Eden Loi, Gwen Nahnsen

 

Establishing Goals and Taking Action - Alison Weeks, George Catlin

 

Creating an Accountable, Democratic Structure

And Decision-Making Process for EDA - Alison Weeks, George Catlin

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