October 29-30, 2019
Boulder, Colorado



Regenerative Earth Summit
Soil + Water + Climate

Sustainability, Energy and Environment Complex
University of Colorado, Boulder

“Many individuals are doing what they can. But real success can only come if there is a change in our societies and in our economics and in our politics”
~ David Attenborough


Join At The Epicenter for the third annual Regenerative Earth Summit (RES19) - a unique convening of global leaders from business, agriculture, academia and civic sectors, who recognize WE have the capacity to influence and accelerate systemic change in land to market systems to benefit people and planet. Recognizing earth as the source, not a resource, it is crucial that businesses become stakeholders in climate action through their purchasing power and supply source decisions. We convene RES19 to support leaders from the food, fashion and beauty industries to collaborate across sectors in developing implementable strategies within their supply web communities that empower the building and maintenance of healthy soils that enhance carbon sequestration and protect and conserve precious water resources.


Regeneration
re·gen·er·a·tion rəˌjenəˈrāSH(ə)n/
Regeneration is the process of renewal, and restoration that makes life and ecosystems resilient to natural fluctuations or events that cause disturbance or damage. Regenerative concepts take sustainability to the next level, moving from ‘doing less bad’ to actually ‘doing good’ for people and planet.



Why The Summit

The 2019 Regenerative Earth Summit (RES19) emphasizes organic and regenerative agricultural systems as the foundation of all agroforestry and agricultural supply. This emphasis is intended to galvanize a diverse Brand community around purchasing decisions that promote the health and wellbeing of people and planet from soil to finished product and enhances the resilience and profitability of farmers worldwide.

The foundational focus of our shared work is harnessing the power of commerce to provide wellbeing to people and planet in every step from production to product so we restore and regenerate our land, air, water, communities and biodiversity for generations to come.

Who’s Coming

RES19 draws from a diverse community of contributors and participants which includes farmers and ranchers as the foundation of the supply web; academics as experts on climate science and soil; entrepreneurs as powerful innovators and action takers; leaders in marketing and brand experts building bridges to consumer awareness and sales data; financial advisors and investors cultivating connections in successful financial models; vice presidents and chief executive officers as pioneers and leaders growing a necessary regenerative movement.

If you are bold, passionate and willing to be a catalyst for change — this event welcomes YOU.

  • Day 1
  • Day 2

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 



REGISTRATION

Coffee and Tea ​


WELCOME

Activators
Seleyn DeYarus, At The Epicenter
Ethan Soloviev, HowGood


​Mindful Practice 


 Regenerative Slam™ 30,000 Feet



Keynote Regenerative Slam™
Q & A


Back to Roots: Supply Communities
Plenary Panel Roundtable



Enjoy a Healthy Lunch and Network

​Explore the Marketplace of Ideas


Regenerative Slam™ ​Success Story 



Body Tune and Mindful Pause

​Guided by Greg Burdulis, Mindfulness Teacher


Themed Working Group Session

Guided by peer Discussion Leaders each group of ten people will brainstorms ideas to a unique set of questions.

*The Summit will feature a variety of themes that will be hosted by a Discussion Leader serving at each table. Participants will self-select where they wish to work for this Group Session. 


Storytelling Tools to Inspire Consumer Awareness and Engagement

Plenary Panel Roundtable

Pablo Munoz Ledo, Founder/CEO, INTO


Moving Capital Investment in Soil and Water for Regeneration

Plenary Panel Roundtable


Synthesizing the Day

This session will allow sharing from table groups with all participants


RECEPTION



Speaker Line Up

Check out our AMAZING line up of world class speakers!

Jeffrey Hollender
Jeffrey Hollender is co-founder and former CEO of Seventh Generation, which he built into a leading natural product brand known for[...]
Erin Callahan
Erin is the Director of the Climate Collaborative, responsible for management and execution of the Collaborative’s work, including all programming,[...]
Robyn O’Brien
A former financial and food industry analyst, Robyn O’Brien has been called “food’s Erin Brockovich” by the New York Times[...]
Pablo Munoz Ledo
Pablo is the founder and lead creator of INTO, a platform that is revolutionizing the way mission-driven producers and brands[...]
Christophe Jospe
Christophe Jospe is an analyst, storyteller, marketer, and fundraiser for solutions that can remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. At[...]
Philip Taylor
Philip Taylor, Ph.D. is executive director of Mad Agriculture, which he co-founded with his life partner, Nicole Brinks, to create[...]
Ethan Soloviev
Ethan Soloviev is a farmer and Executive Vice President of Research at HowGood.com, where he manages the world’s largest product[...]
Carlotta Mast
Carlotta Mast is the senior vice president of content and insights for Informa’s Global Health & Nutrition Network, which includes[...]
Seleyn DeYarus
Seleyn DeYarus sees business as uniquely qualified to provide regenerative contributions to the vibrancy of communities and ecosystems in collaboration[...]
David Haynes
Dave Haynes has served as Managing Director for Greenmont Capital Partners II since its inception in 2008. Greenmont Capital is[...]

Discussion Leaders

Erin Callahan
Erin is the Director of the Climate Collaborative, responsible for management and execution of the Collaborative’s work, including all programming,[...]
Robyn O’Brien
A former financial and food industry analyst, Robyn O’Brien has been called “food’s Erin Brockovich” by the New York Times[...]
Pablo Munoz Ledo
Pablo is the founder and lead creator of INTO, a platform that is revolutionizing the way mission-driven producers and brands[...]
Christophe Jospe
Christophe Jospe is an analyst, storyteller, marketer, and fundraiser for solutions that can remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. At[...]
Philip Taylor
Philip Taylor, Ph.D. is executive director of Mad Agriculture, which he co-founded with his life partner, Nicole Brinks, to create[...]

Summit Activators

Ethan Soloviev
Ethan Soloviev is a farmer and Executive Vice President of Research at HowGood.com, where he manages the world’s largest product[...]
Seleyn DeYarus
Seleyn DeYarus sees business as uniquely qualified to provide regenerative contributions to the vibrancy of communities and ecosystems in collaboration[...]
Greg Burdulis
From Cave to Corporate America, Greg Burdulis is a mindfulness teacher and certified professional coach. He specializes in guiding stressed[...]

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