Leaders Preserving Our Future: Pace and Priorities on Climate Change
On 3 November 2010, the World Preservation Foundation held a conference in Central Hall, Westminster, in partnership with Dods, the first name in political information and communications, to address the urgent need to find near term solutions to climate change.
Supreme Master Ching Hai
TOPIC: Supreme Master Ching Hai discusses the interlinked effects of the global livestock industry on global warming, pollution, economics, health and more.
Supreme Master Ching Hai is a renowned spiritual teacher, bestselling author, artist and humanitarian.
An advocate of the plant-based diet for personal and planetary health for more than two decades, she has in recent years established an international constructive television channel which also highlights the causes and effects of climate change, including through news reportage and interviews with leading scientists and climate authorities.
In addition, she has facilitated live-broadcast climate change conferences on several continents featuring government officials, scientists and other representatives advancing the multi-sectoral benefits of dietary change.
Widely recognized for her humanitarian works, she is a Gusi Peace Prize laureate and was awarded a U.S. Presidential Award in September this year.
Best of British and International Eco-Tec and Initiatives
An eco exhibition was run throughout the day featuring some of the leading initiatives in green technology and sustainability, demonstrating their importance and tangible ways in which they can be more widely adopted.
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