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Professor, Coventry University, UK
Champion for a Regenerative Future
LOOK DEEP INTO NATURE
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"Low tech, low cost, easily applied regenerative agriculture techniques could sequester as much CO2 as we put into the atmosphere each year - through photosynthesis and soil carbon storage - thereby providing
A Path to Climate Change Reversal [read link].
This approach not only leads to mitigate the effects of climate change but also increases plant resilience, plant nutrition and yield,
bolstering human and ecological security." Elizabeth Kucinich
For over a decade, Prof. Elizabeth Kucinich has been a powerful advocate in Washington, D.C. working with domestic and international organizations, businesses, and members of Congress and their staffs, to advance sustainable and regenerative, science and integrity-based approaches with a core focus on ecological systems as the basis of human security.
Drawing from her extensive experience working inside the U.S. political system, paired with a sincere drive to work to bring social, economic, energy, health, agricultural and ecological systems into balance, Elizabeth works to strengthen the institutional capacity of organizations that support these goals.
Elizabeth is a proponent of ecological thinking and the adoption of regenerative organic agriculture, agroforestry and plant-forward lifestyles for human security, resilience, yield and health, to reverse desertification and climate change, and bring about planetary flourishing.
Elizabeth employs a combination of systems thinking and strengths-based appreciative inquiry bringing to the table approaches that underscore the primacy of eco-logical design. She is a champion for business as an agent of world benefit and the evolution from degenerative, to sustainable, to regenerative systems.
A Professor at Coventry University in the UK, Elizabeth serves on the Vice Chancellor's advisory council and is a board director for several notable international organizations including, Board Policy Chair for the Rodale Institute, the oldest organic research institute in America, est. 1947; and UNRWA USA, a charity supporting the UN agency who provide for the extensive humanitarian needs of Palestine refugees. She was a founding board member of J/P HRO, Sean Penn's Haitian relief organization.
Understanding the power of documentaries as a medium for education, Elizabeth is an advisory council member of DC EFF, the world’s largest environmental film festival; is the executive producer of GMO OMG, which, among many accolades, won the 2014 Environmental Media Award for best documentary; producer of 'Hot Water' (2016), exploring radioactive contamination of ground water across America and 'Organic Rising' (2016). Elizabeth is also an advisor to the documentary "Ground Operations: from battlefields to farm fields" about veteran farmers and the healing power of engagement in food production.
Elizabeth is married to former eight-term US Congressman (1997-2013) and two-time Democratic candidate for US President (2004, 2008), Dennis Kucinich. [Read more...]