Boulder, CO—Industry experts will discuss how to harness the power of commerce and collaboration to help tackle climate change and the health of the planet at the third annual Regenerative Earth Summit (RES): Soil + Water + Climate, which is taking place on October 29-30 in Boulder, Colorado, according to a press release.

Representatives from Dr. Bronner’s, Eileen Fisher, Lush North America, MegaFood, and Nori will discuss supply communities in a regenerative world. Reps from Danone North America, Alter Eco, and River Network will take on the challenge of packaging, bio-plastics, and microfiber impacts on water. Dr. Tieraona Low Dog, M.D., will provide insights regarding how the health of the planet and waterways is affecting the health of people. Robyn O’Brien will talk about how to go directly to Wall Street and shake things up for a better future.
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RES is highly interactive, allowing leaders across sectors to share ideas and resources. It will showcase investments and relationships that businesses are leveraging to restore resources, create innovative materials, and apply holistic problem solving to promote regenerative practices that support the health of people, the planet, the climate, soil, and waterways.

Seleyn DeYarus, Executive Director of At The Epicenter and Producer of RES, said in the release: “The environmental problems our communities face are too great for any one company to take on. Yet, through collaboration to address ecosystem challenges and climate disruption by bringing attention to soil health in supply webs, we can attain far reaching positive impacts for brands, producers, people, and the planet. The imperative to act is something many of us sense. Collaboration in this process is essential for positive and effective outcomes, and the Regenerative Earth Summit has proven to be an excellent forum to help drive engagement and collaboration.”

To register, go here.