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Wednesday, September 30 • 3:30pm - 4:30pm
Pollinating Development

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As bee hives and organic produce are a garden staple, the market for natural pollinators continues to expand. It’s important to ask ourselves, what role do natural pollinators play in the future for our climate? How can bees and pollinators be vectors of development in communities?


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avatar for Scott Atkinson

Scott Atkinson

Managing Partner and Co-Head of Global Sustainability at Heidrick & Struggles Inc
Scott is a Managing Partner and Co-Head of Global Sustainability at Heidrick & Struggles Inc., an international executive search and leadership advisory firm. In his role, Scott leads executives searches for companies and organizations that focus on advancing environmental and social... Read More →
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Marisa Rodrigues

Honey Project Manager at Gorongosa National Park
I am driven by curiosity and passion for biodiversity, entomology, and genetics. I was born and raised in a rural village in Portugal and since my earliest recollections, I have always been fascinated by how biology and evolution shape the world. My fascination turned academic when... Read More →
avatar for Scott Hoffman Black

Scott Hoffman Black

Executive Director, Xerces Society
Scott Hoffman Black is an internationally known conservationist who has been at the forefront of the conservation movement for three decades. He is executive director of the Xerces Society, which under his leadership has become the premier invertebrate conservation organization in... Read More →
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Jane Kim

Visual Artist, Science Illustrator, and the Founder of Ink Dwell
Jane Kim is a visual artist, science illustrator, and the founder of Ink Dwell, a Bay Area studio that explores the wonders of the natural world. Her art career started when she was a little girl obsessively painting flowers and bears on the walls of her bedroom. She received more... Read More →
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Thayer Walker

Author and Correspondent for Outside magazine
As an author and correspondent for Outside magazine for more than a decade, Thayer covers science, adventure, exploration, and the natural world. He has explored the Cayman Trench in a homemade submarine, survived 20 days stranded on a desert island, once escaped the jaws of an irascible... Read More →


Wednesday September 30, 2020 3:30pm - 4:30pm MDT
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