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Friday, October 21 • 2:45pm - 4:15pm
No Time for Half Measures: Upending Destructive Paradigms

The world's social justice movements are at a stark crossroads: We celebrate marches in New York and non-binding deals in Paris, but we have failed to shift the root drivers of the climate crisis. Every dollar of wealth created heats up our planet and creates inequality in its wake, as the vast majority of that dollar will end up in the hands of a tiny elite. How can we embrace a broader, more holistic vision of social justice and climate stability, generate appealing alternatives to late-stage capitalism, and achieve the global metamorphosis we need to pull our biosphere and societies back from the abyss? With: Alnoor Ladha, Executive Director of The Rules; Jess Rimington, Managing Director of The Rules, visiting scholar at Stanford 's Global Projects Center; Annie Leonard, Executive Director of Greenpeace USA.

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Alnoor Ladha

Alnoor Ladha is an author and activist whose work focuses on the intersection of political organizing, storytelling and technology. A founding member and the Executive Director of /The Rules (/TR), a global network of activists, organizers, designers, coders, researchers, writers... Read More →
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Annie Leonard

Annie Leonard, a lifelong environmentalist, currently Executive Director of Greenpeace USA, has over two decades’ experience investigating, organizing, and communicating about the environmental and social impacts of all our material goods. Her 2007 online film, The Story of Stuff... Read More →
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Jess Rimington

Jess Rimington, currently a Visiting Scholar at Stanford within the Global Projects Center investigating how to decolonize non-profit sector methodology to prioritize co-design with beneficiaries (unpackimpact.org), also serves as Managing Director at /The Rules, a global collective... Read More →

Friday October 21, 2016 2:45pm - 4:15pm PDT
Manzanita Room