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Join us in Seattle on May 16 - 19, 2017 for the 11th annual Living Future unConference! Learn more and register here: http://www.livingfutureunconference.org/.
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Friday, May 19 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Leadership at the End of the World: Finding Inspiration and Community Through Grief and Compassion
TRACK: The Hygge Room

You are here: you are awake to the vision of a Living Future. But being awake can be really hard! How do you stare down the onward march of climate change and stay encouraged? How do you maintain hope while also feeling grief for victims of our massive ecological disruptions? This session will cultivate your courage and resilience. It will tap your ability to find compassion and insight in the most harrowing places in your heart and in our world. We will build community. We will laugh. We’ll do a traditional meditation practice: the Cultivation of Compassion. Join us.

Speakers
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Erin Carraher

Assistant Professor, University of Utah's School of Architecture
Erin Carraher, AIA | NCARB | LEED AP, is a licensed architect and assistant professor at the University of Utah's School of Architecture. Her academic work focuses on building community by engaging students, practitioners, and other partners in collaborative projects related to issues of gender and social equity, creative placemaking, and sustainable... Read More →
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Melissa Dana

Reiki Master/Teacher and East Asian Medicine Practitioner, Black Pine Holistic Healing
For the last ten years, the mission of Reiki Master/Teacher and East Asian Medicine Practitioner Melissa Dana, has been to help people in physical and emotional discomfort find greater self-awareness, acceptance and ease. She considers her practice to be that of exploring meaningful connection, deep listening and the unveiling of personal truth. For Melissa, life is about being in the current of love... Read More →
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Tristan Roberts

Executive Editor & Publisher, BuildingGreen, Inc.
In addition to his role at BuildingGreen, Inc. as Executive Editor and Publisher, Tristan Roberts was recently a guest researcher at Stanford University. He’s currently a little obsessive about supporting professionals in doing their best work so that their organizations can thri... Read More →


Friday May 19, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Westin: St. Helen's (Mezzanine Level)