One Earth Events 2022

One Earth Events 2022

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Don't Forget Your Boots | Justin Winters of One Earth

Wednesday, December 21st, 2022
In this podcast, One Earth's Executive Director Justin Winters discusses the responsibilities of individual nations on the climate crisis, the biggest levers we have, why we should all feel positive about our climate goals, and the One Earth Project Marketplace, the first-of-its-kind online database of vetted climate change projects currently seeking funding, an incredible tool to find and support ongoing non-profits and initiatives.

World Biodiversity Summit | Part 3 | Montreal

Sunday, December 11th, 2022
Takes place alongside UNCBD COP15 in Montreal. The third part of this year’s Summit series will build further on the conversations started in New York and Sharm el-Sheikh. The Summit will adopt a future-oriented approach, drawing on the outcomes of this year's negotiations to develop the solutions and innovations necessary to stay on track for global goals. At World Biodiversity Summit - Part 3, panel discussions and fireside chats will address some of the most crucial issues in biodiversity. Themes will include the circular economy, regenerative agriculture, equitable access to biodiversity solutions, and sustainable forest management. One Earth is proud to be an institutional partner of the Summit. Register for the digital event and learn more about the programme below.

Let's Talk About Half: Delivering Effective Conservation to Half the Sixth Mass Extinction | COP15

December 10th, 2022
One Earth's Deputy Director, Karl Burkart, joins CoalitionWILD's director, Yen Parico, and seven other experts in the field to discuss how we can best achieve the 50by30 target.

Building youth-led funding partnerships: towards a new culture of financing rightsholders to unlock impact

December 9, 2022
Implementing the post-2020 global biodiversity framework effectively and equitably will require a tremendous effort not only by governments but by the whole of society, including rightsholders such as youth. This side event brings together private and public funders and youth for an open conversation about lessons learned, best practices, and ideas to build a new culture of biodiversity financing to allow youth movements to reach their full potential. One Earth's Deputy Director, Karl Burkart, participated in the discussion. 

All Our Relations: Exploring the role of relationships, partnerships, and networks in supporting Indigenous Peoples’ and local communities’ self-determined priorities | ICCA Consortium

December 7, 2022
One Earth's Karl Burkart participated in the lightning roundtable event titled Weaving networks of solidarity & support. 

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Nature for Life Hub 2022 | UNDP

The Nature for Life Hub offers a virtual venue for three-day events. Featuring activists, influencers, leaders, and businesses, these events provide new and dynamic content hosted by partners and broadcast live through this website. Over the three days, the virtual hub takes audiences on various thematic journeys, delving deep into specialist topics, practical solutions, and ambitious actions paving a path toward a nature-positive future. The virtual hub is an opportunity to hear bold announcements and calls to action from political and corporate leaders, the world’s youth, Indigenous and community leaders, local authorities, and cutting-edge thinkers, leaders, and practitioners.

Global Voices and Women-Led Calls to Action in Response to Cop27

Around the world, peoples’ movements are responding to the escalating climate crisis and rising to address the urgency and needs of people and the planet. During this event, we heard from women and gender-diverse leaders on the ground at #COP27 to report on negotiations, share highlights, report releases, calls to action, demands from women globally, struggles, and solutions. One Earth's Geraldine Patrick Encina participated. 

Web Summit 2022

Friday, November 4th, 2022
Executive Director Justin Winters presents One Earth's taxonomy of climate solutions, bioregional framework, and the Project Marketplace at Web Summit 2022.

The Female Powerhouse: How Daughters for Earth is Mobilizing a Climate Movement

Monday, October 17, 2022
Around the world, women are standing up — for the environment, for their communities, and for each other. These women know that the “Future is Female” is not a promise — it is a call to action. Zainab Salbi and Xiye Bastida are celebrated humanitarians, activists, and leaders who are transforming the climate crisis by mobilizing and galvanizing women all over the world as part of Daughters for Earth. Join Zainab and Xiye for a one-on-one conversation on the power of women-led movements, cross-generational collaboration, and how traditionally marginalized women will shape the world.

Systems Change and Climate Stabilization, with Karl Burkart and Brian von Herzon | Trimtab Space Camp

Learn from Karl Burkart, Co-Founder and Deputy Director of One Earth, working at the nexus of climate and energy science, biodiversity mapping, and sustainable agriculture. In conversation with Brian von Herzon, founder of Climate Foundation, as they dive into systems change and climate.

Integrated Spatial Planning Open Online Course | United Nations Development Programme

Starting October 17, 2022
Are you interested in learning how to apply a data-driven approach to integrated planning for biodiversity, climate, and sustainable development planning? Do you want to be at the forefront of mainstreaming biodiversity in national climate and development policies? The United Nations Development Programme and PacMARA are pleased to offer a FREE Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on Integrated Spatial Planning.

World Biodiversity Summit

September 21st, Climate Week 2022
The World Biodiversity Summit offers a platform to bridge the biodiversity and climate agendas, mobilize investments for nature, and build global public-private partnerships for nature to meet the goals outlined in the Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. During the Summit, in a session titled Nature-positive supply chains: Quantification, Innovations and Regulations, Cyril Kormos from Earth Island Institute's Wild Heritage project will be presenting new research on primary forests in the US, funded in part by One Earth.

Climate Science: The Risks and Opportunities Towards a Just Transition

September 21st, Climate Week 2022
At the Climate and Capital Conference hosted by ICE, Gitterman Asset Management, and, One Earth’s Deputy Director Karl Burkart joined the panel titled: Climate Science: The Risks and Opportunities Towards a Just Transition.

Nature in our Climate Budgets: The Arctic to the Amazon

September 21st, Climate Week 2022
How is rapid permafrost thaw hastened by tropical deforestation? From the Arctic to the Amazon, Earth’s natural systems connect the devastation of climate impacts – and the power of climate solutions. In this digital event hosted by Woodwell Climate Research Center in collaboration with One Earth, Arctic Program Director Dr. Sue Natali and Tropics Program Director Dr. Michael Coe will discuss how we get Arctic and tropical systems fully accounted for in global carbon budgets.

We Don't Have Time | Climate Commitment-makers | Clinton Global Initiative

September 20th, Climate Week 2022
We Don't Have Time interviewed Daughters for Earth Co-founder Zainab Salbi at the Clinton Global Initiative during Climate Week.

Daughters for Earth | Clinton Global Initiative

September 19th, Climate Week 2022
Action at the intersection of women and climate was on the agenda at this year’s Clinton Global Initiative, and Daughters for Earth was proud to be a part of it! We were thrilled to have our own Commitment to Action announced on the CGI stage, represented by Daughters co-founder Zainab Salbi and advisor Farwiza Farhan, and introduced by Hillary Clinton!

Concerts for Good: Support Women-Led Environmental Action | WithOthers

Saturday, July 30, 2022, at 7:30p PT
Join us in a beautiful open-air venue to raise money for Daughters for Earth and their women-led efforts around the world to protect, restore, and regenerate the Earth. The night includes an intimate music experience in a beautiful open-air space, performances from amazing musicians that support Daughters for Earth's work, and an opportunity to meet the people doing good and making change happen in your community.

Pathways to Planetary Health Forum: Justin Winters & Jonathan Rose On Coexisting with Nature

Wednesday, July 20th at 2:00 p.m. ET
Justin Winters, co-founder and Executive Director of One Earth, and Garrison Institute co-founder Jonathan F.P. Rose discuss what it will take for humanity and nature to coexist and thrive together by 2050.

Grandfather Presents: Rick Ridgeway | Grandfather Mountain

Thursday, July 14th
The first speaker in the 2022 Grandfather Presents series is Rick Ridgeway, One Earth's Chair of the Board of Directors. Rick is an outdoor adventurer, writer, and advocate for sustainability and conservation initiatives. For 15 years, Rick was the VP of Environmental Affairs and then VP of Public Engagement at Patagonia, Inc. During his tenure he has worked with teams to develop and launch environmental and sustainability initiatives including Freedom to Roam, the Footprint Chronicles, the Responsible Economy Campaign and Worn Wear. He also was the developer of the Higg Index and founding chairman of the Sustainable Apparel Coalition, which is today the largest apparel, footwear, and home textile trade organization in the world.

Reinventing philanthropy for greater environmental impact | Step Global Conference

Friday, July 8th
The STEP Global Congress is the world's largest professional conference for wealth managers in Europe. In 2022 the conference will be held in London and will include a special panel on the catalytic role of philanthropy to help address the twin crises of climate change and biodiversity loss. One Earth's Co-founder Karl Burkart presents new research on the need to rapidly scale philanthropic capital to solve the climate crisis, along with three other leaders in the philanthropy space — Ana Toni for the Brazilian foundation GIP, Stephen Fern from Ark2030, and Thatiana Santos from Instituto Climate Sociedade.

The 2022 TTI Global Impact Awards

Tuesday, July 5th
The inaugural TTI Global Impact Awards celebrates entrepreneurs who are building a new paradigm for our planet. The winners received global media exposure through TTI and visibility to investors in order to meet their ambitious fundraising targets! One Earth's Co-founder and Deputy Director, Karl Burkart, is the Energy & Climate Judge for the awards.

Fintech TV | A New Way of Thinking About Climate Change

Tuesday, June 30th
Karl Burkart, Deputy Director of One Earth, recently spoke with Jeff Gitterman on The Great Repricing about One Earth’s efforts to address the climate crisis. Karl also discussed the climate philanthropy One Earth is currently invested in, its commitment to Net Zero Commitment, the Science-Based Target Initiative, and how technologies are the future of a transition economy.

Daughters for Earth: Raising Capital and Awareness for Women on the Frontlines of Change

Tuesday, June 21st
Droughts, floods, and extreme temperatures disproportionately affect women, as women and girls in developing economies rely more on agricultural work and carry the burden of gathering food, fuel, and water. Science tells us that we need to preserve 50% of Earth’s land and oceans and transition to regenerative agriculture to stay below the dangerous threshold of 1.5°C in global average temperature rise. It’s achievable — but only if we support women around the world with capital and training. This panel with Zainab Salbi and Kristina Liliana Nova introduces Daughters for Earth, a new campaign from One Earth designed to mobilize women around the world to engage in climate action through storytelling and philanthropy at scale.

Mountain & Prairie with Ed Roberson | Rick Ridgeway - Purpose-Driven Adventurer

Tuesday, June 21st
Rick Ridgeway is a world-renowned mountaineer and adventurer who has devoted his life to exploring some of the wildest regions of Planet Earth– from the summit of K2 to the jungles of Borneo to the mountain ranges of the American West and almost everywhere in between. Rick is also a highly regarded author, director, and producer who has written seven books and created numerous films and television shows. His newest book is titled Life Lived Wild: Adventures at the Edge of the Map, an excellent memoir that dives deep into his adventures, friendships, environmental advocacy, and pursuit of purpose-driven work.

Rewild: how humans help rebuild the fabric of nature

Thursday, June 8th
This panel discussion brought together artists, conservationists, and activists to discuss how the recovery of wildlife and ecosystems can support global objectives for biodiversity, climate, and people. It explores the role of large mammals in triggering the recovery of ecosystems around the world, the impact of reforestation in urban areas, and the ways art can engage living ecosystems and invite viewers to participate in the protection of the natural world.

Electric Ladies Podcast

What is Philanthro-activism? | Electric Ladies Podcast

Tuesday, June 7th
Listen to Justin Winters, Executive Director and Co-founder of One Earth, explain how they are pooling the resources of both some of the world’s richest people and normal people like you and me to help the most diligent, creative people that are doing the real work every day to avert climate catastrophes in their areas in this fascinating conversation with Electric Ladies podcast host Joan Michelson.

Safeguarding Our Common Home - A Pathway of Hope in the Stockholm+50 Declaration | Stockholm+50 Conference

June 2nd
The Pathway of Hope was discussed in an official side event supported by One Earth and organized by Common Home of Humanity together with the Global Pact Coalition, Global Governance Forum, International Institute for Law and the Environment, 2022 Initiative Foundation, Baha'i International Community, and ZERO - Sustainable Earth System Association. The discussions focused on the one-page Declaration “Restoring Our Common Home” that was developed with a four-step structured pathway towards the critical paradigm shift: 1) Implement the Right to a Healthy Environment, 2) Recognize, Restore and Safeguard the Global Commons, 3) Establish a Regenerative Economy 4) Prioritize Governance and Institutional Solutions.

Report on Climate Diplomacy Workshops Co-convened by Citizens' Climate International & the Fletcher School at Tufts University

May 31 - June 2nd
From May 31 through June 2, Citizens’ Climate International and the Fletcher School at Tufts University teamed up to host a series of trainings for diplomats and observers, ahead of the SB56 round of UNFCCC negotiations. This three-part cycle of trainings aims to provide participants with the ability to enter the UNFCCC venue with the awareness, references, tools, and adaptive capacity required to keep their footing on uneven ground where new developments constantly threaten to disrupt well-founded strategic priorities. Karl Burkart, Deputy Director of One Earth, brought vital insight into what science tells us about impacts on the natural world, the global safety net, and pathways to a climate resilient future with no more than 1.5ºC of global heating.

Climate Bright Spots: What’s Good?

Saturday, May 28th
Thank goodness, it’s not all bad! Nuna Teal of One Earth; “National Geographic Explorer,” biologist, and filmmaker Tierney Thys; former Director of Climate Business (the private sector arm of the World Bank Group) Stephanie Miller; and Woodwell Climate Research Center’s Arctic Program director Susan Natali discusses the bright spots in the climate fight.

How should we cope in the midst of violent conflict and environmental degradation? | Free Speech TV

Wednesday, May 25th
Zainab Salbi, Co-founder of Daughters for Earth, is a guest on this week's Free Speech TV. Zainab talks about her time as founder of women for women which puts an international focus on the type of resilience that people hold during times of conflict During times of war, women are able to focus the control on the things that are small but impactful.

Daughters for Earth: Women and the Climate Change Movement Panel | Bioneers 2022

Saturday, May 14th
Women all over the globe, especially in the “developing world,” are the ones who most often bear the brunt of having to contend with the radical disruptions visited upon their families and communities by climate change and environmental degradation, yet women’s voices are far too often ignored. Furthermore, climate change and physical and psycho-spiritual health are almost always discussed as separate issues, but the personal and the political, the heart and the mind are not just interconnected, they are all one. In this session, a panel of leading women activists explores the impact of climate change on women and how to assure their full inclusion in all climate solutions, how these struggles relate to the personal search for healing, and what it will take to create authentic global change. With: Zainab Salbi, co-founder, Daughters for Earth; Nina Simons, co-founder, Bioneers; Justin Winters, co-founder and Executive Director, One Earth; Kahea Pacheco, Co-Director, Women’s Earth Alliance (WEA); Helena Gualinga, co-founder of Polluters Out.

Zainab Salbi | Daughters for Earth | Bioneers 2022 

Saturday, May 14th
As climate change and the destruction of Earth’s lands, waters and wildlife accelerate, women around the world are the most impacted, but they are also very often the frontline warriors fighting to protect our future. Unfortunately, their work and leadership are often not seen, appreciated, or funded. In order to address that marginalization, female leaders in the women’s rights, environmental and philanthropic sectors came together to found Daughters for Earth (under the auspices of the visionary philanthropic organization, One Earth). Daughters for Earth co-founder Zainab Salbi explores the interconnection between our personal search for healing and how we face the challenges of climate change.  

'Life Lived Wild' with Rick Ridgeway | Utah

Tuesday, May 10th at 6:30pm MT
One Earth chair Rick Ridgeway calculates that he’s spent more than five years of his life sleeping in tents: Whether at elevation or raising a family at sea level, those years taught him, he writes in his new book Life Lived Wild, “to distinguish matters of consequence from matters of inconsequence.” Some of his adventures made news: the first American ascent of K2; the first traverse of Borneo; the first crossing on foot of a corner of Tibet so remote no outsider had ever seen it. In the book, he also describes his journey from an outdoor adventurer to an unlikely environmental activist. Listen to the latest interview with Utah Public Radio below. On Tuesday, May 10th, 6:30pm MT, the Salt Lake City Patagonia store will host Rick Ridgeway for a presentation on his new book - RSVP required.

One Earth Climate Model | Net Zero Investor Targets & Sector Pathways 

Wednesday, May 4th at 8am PT
Join this global investor debate on pathways to net zero across key sectors. As part of the event, Sven Teske will launch the latest key results of the One Earth Climate Model (OECM) for 12 industry sectors on scope 1, 2, and 3 emissions. Analysis will consider how investors can use the One Earth Climate Model to evaluate their relative alignment with a net zero transition in the real economy, and discuss how this aligns and differs from IEA NZE2050. This discussion informs investors on how to assess global economic models that can support robust Net Zero target setting and transition plan reporting across markets.

Concerts for Good: Support Women-Led Environmental Action | WithOthers

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at 7:30p PT
Join us in a beautiful open-air venue to raise money for Daughters for Earth and their women-led efforts around the world to protect, restore, and regenerate the Earth. The night includes an intimate music experience in a beautiful open-air space, performances from amazing musicians that support Daughters for Earth's work, and an opportunity to meet the people doing good and making change happen in your community.

Scaling Women Climate Entrepreneurs | Electric Ladies Podcast

Tuesday, April 12th
Women are both the most at risk from climate change disasters and pivotal to the solutions because they are front and center in their communities and the primary caregivers of families. Listen to Zainab Salbi, a co-founder of Daughters for Earth explain their work to Electric Ladies Podcast host Joan Michelson in this inspiring interview.  Zainab is the Founder and former CEO of the powerful nonprofit Women to Women International which raised about $150 million to help women in conflict zones.

Magnolias connect with Justin Winters | Magnolia Moonshoot 2040

Friday, April 6th
The SPROUT Series invites women thought leaders, from around the world and across all sectors who are actively engaged in these areas of focus into dialogue to share their work and ideas. The foundational purpose of the Magnolias: to cross-pollinate ideas, build on actions already proven to be effective, seed new collaborations, build a more connected community of women leaders and accelerate progress toward these 2030 goals. Join the Magnolias as they chat with our Co-founder and Executive Director Justin Winters.

Climate and Gender Action for a Thriving Equitable Future 

Monday, March 21st at 1p PT
Join our Executive Director Justin Winter as she chats with Vital Voices and Women’s Earth Alliance to discuss the immediate and urgent need to sustain women-led movements for climate justice, and get a glance into our Climate and Gender Action Toolkit. This conversation provides guidance on understanding the links between gender and climate inequities, and the global movement toward justice.

Supporting Women-Led Efforts to Protect and Restore the Earth | SXSW 2022

Tuesday, Mar 15, 2022
Women are our lands’ natural caretakers, but they have been marginalized in the global effort to solve the climate crisis. To save our planet, we must change this. Daughters for Earth is a new initiative that will inspire people around the world to actively engage in climate action by supporting on-the-ground, women-led efforts to protect and restore the Earth. Audiences can walk away learning how and why.

How Hollywood & Non-Profits Approach Brand Purpose | SXSW2022

Friday, March 11, 2022
Even though we feel inundated with headlines around brand purpose and social impact campaigns, the need to improve our strategies and executions in this space will only continue to grow. In this unique panel experience, we will dive into brand purpose with the world's foremost storytellers across media and Hollywood, as well as the non-profits and activists with whom they partner to drive on the ground impact. We will explore the innovative strategies, initiatives, and outcomes being driven by this intersection of creators, technology, and activism. Take a peek behind the curtain to see how these projects are brought to life, the way the creative strategy is defined, and the nuances of the execution that determine a successful program. Hear how our panelists see this realm evolving, what they are doing to stay ahead of the curve, and their advice for how brands can do the same.