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Sacred Sustainability: Life Hacking a Living Tradition

Sacred Sustainability: Life Hacking a Living Tradition

Wednesday, 4 October 2017
3:30PM - 5:30PM
McCormick Lounge, Coffey Hall
Lake Shore Campus, LUC

Social entrepreneur, speaker and author of Y on Earth, Aaron William Perry will lead the audience in an interactive, and educational discussion titled: “Sacred Sustainability: Life Hacking a Living Tradition”. In the spirit of Pope Francis’s Laudato Si, Perry will discuss the connection between health, sustainability and well-being. Having founded and grown companies in the recycling, renewable energy and natural food spaces, Perry has a particular expertise in agriculture, energy, supply chain transparency, management, financial modeling, capital raising, and leadership. His background in philosophy, literature, sustainable development, and permaculture makes Perry a deeply perspicacious and thoughtful leader, mentor, and student at this point of inflection we face as a culture and species on planet Earth.

For more information on Aaron Perry and his work please visit:http://www.yonearth.world/