is the Future of Nature? By 2050, the Earth’s population is expected to
exceed 9 billion.
Our climate is changing, and we all will have a role to play in making
sure that nature can continue to meet the needs of the people and
species that rely on it.
Be a part of this community conversation at the Future of Nature lecture series that the Conservancy will co-sponsor with WBUR this spring. Each night will feature national and global thought leaders discussing the most critical conservation challenges of our time, as well as a pre-event reception with refreshments, good conversation, and activities and info that bring you closer to the work to save nature.
The series kicks off April 22, so be sure to buy your tickets today! Tickets are $25 per event or $60 for a series pass.
The Future of Food
April 22, 5:30 pm | Artists for Humanity EpiCenter, South Boston
- Michael Leviton, chef, Lumière and Area Four, Chefs Collaborative
- Oran Hesterman, founder, Fair Food Network
- Paul Greenberg, author of Four Fish: The Future of the Last Wild Food
- David Cleary, director of agriculture, The Nature Conservancy
- Moderator: Sacha Pfeiffer, WBUR, host of All Things Considered
The Future of Energy
May 13, 6:30 pm | BSA Space, Atlantic Wharf, Boston
- Dan Kammen, professor and director of the Renewable and Appropriate Energy Laboratory, UC Berkeley
- Jigar Shah, partner, Inerjys clean-energy investment firm
- Joe Fargione, lead scientist, The Nature Conservancy
- Moderator: Anthony Brooks, WBUR, co-host of Radio Boston
The Future of Water
June 10, 6:30 pm | Calderwood Pavilion at the BCA, Boston
- Sandra Postel, director, The Global Water Policy Project
- Steven Solomon, author of Water: The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power and Civilization
- Brian Richter, global freshwater co-leader, The Nature Conservancy
- Moderator: Meghna Chakrabarti, WBUR, co-host of Radio Boston
Buy your tickets online today at nature.org/futureofnature