[PAST EVENT] Sustainability Policy Forum

August 16, 2013
12pm - 1pm
DC Campus Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 1779 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. Washington D.C. 20036
Roberto Perez Rivero, Cuban environmental educator /permaculturist leads a roundtable discussion which explores how communities may learn from Cuba which policies and practices can sustain neighborhoods through climate change.

Panelists include:

Garrett Graddy, professor in Agroecology at American University and graduate seminar in Environmental Politics and Policy in Cuba

Rev. Dr. E. Gail Anderson Holness, Christ Our Redeemer AME Church; Interfaith leader; and author of Lessons in Truth.

Tracy McCarty, Esq. director of Blackbelt Justice Center

Savanah Williams, Retired analyst and steward of South of the Ferry

Moderator: Professor M. Dele in ENSP teaches permaculture design at the College of William & Mary and leads Nature's Friends, a Virginia-based institute which prepares environmental stewards in marginalized communities across the country.

[[mjtobin, Matthew Tobin]], William & Mary Washington Office, (202) 939-4000