Energy Efficiency. From Systems to Individuals.
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Just as excessive fossil-fuel consumption is responsible for a series of interrelated detrimental effects on our planet, including global warming and damage of ecosystems, the energies we intake in our bodies and minds, excessive unhealthy food, overly stimulating stressors, or too much negativity, can cause worrisome conditions ranging from obesity and cancer to mental distress, which in turn, harm our planet. Opposite habits have the opposite effect.
Let's be efficient….at all levels. We can have better results with less - but more mindful- use of resources. Come discuss with us on August 10 @ the UN headquarters! AGENDA Morning Session 10:00 am-12:30 am
Opening Remarks by: H.E. Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Lot Dzonzi, Mission of Malawi to the U.N. H.E. Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Ruben Escalante, Mission of El Salvador to the U.N. H.E. Ambassador and Permanent Representative, Lewis Brown, Mission of Liberia to the U.N. IBREA Foundation Executive Director. Representative of Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) Dr. Lynnette Widder, Architect and Lecturer in the Discipline of Sustainability Management at Columbia University. "SDGs, Energy Efficiency and the Built Environment" Peter Marcotullio, PhD. Graduate Geography Advisor; and Director, CUNY Institute of Sustainable Cities. "Future Urbanization and potential heat vulnerability. The role of energy efficiency" Representative of IBREA Foundation: "Energy Training and Energy Healing as a tool for Energy Efficiency" Samuel S. Urlacher, PhD Human Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University, National Science Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow at the department of Anthropology, at CUNY Hunter College. "Energy Efficiency in the Human Body and how it relates to Behavior and Nutrition" Afternoon session 2:00 pm-4:30 pm Youth Testimonies Open discussion: SDGs, Youth Mental Wellbeing and Energy Efficiency. Moderated by SDGs Youth Advocate.