“Planetary Management: Principles and Consequences” Presentation by Lionel Chute
Name: “Planetary Management: Principles and Consequences” Presentation by Lionel Chute
Date: April 18, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM EDT
Join The Sustainability Project on Wednesday, April 18th at 6:30 pm for a potluck followed by a 7 pm presentation by Lionel Chute entitled “Planetary Management: Principles and Consequences.” The presentation takes place at Green Energy Options, 37 Roxbury Street in Keene. Prior civilizations interpreted the world as consisting of "elements": earth, air, fire and water. While we know today that atoms are better descriptors of matter, these planetary attributes are nonetheless absolutely essential to life on earth. Our modern desires to both utilize and protect the planet have resulted in the proliferation of numerous issue-based organizations and activities, which often separate us and diminish our power for positive change. Returning to the "elements" as the basis for determining appropriate planetary management allows for a unified theory of environmentalism, one that everyone can agree on and work toward. In his presentation, Lionel Chute will share his vision of how we can create a unified approach to caring for the planet. Chute, a forester and ecologist, is the Director of Natural Resources for Sullivan County. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 603-209-7272.