Nancy Jack Todd, Thomas Linzey, and Christopher Houghton Budd spoke at the Annual E. F. Schumacher Lectures on October 22nd 2005 at the First Congregational Church in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.
Nancy Jack Todd, co-founder of Ocean Arks International and of the New Alchemy Institute, described the evolution of ecological design as a viable option for creating a sustainable world.
Thomas Linzey, co-founder and staff attorney for the nonprofit Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund, shared his expertise in the history of corporations and organizing tactics to help local communities take a stand against corporate power structures.
Christopher Houghton Budd has spent his life researching the nature and purposes of economic life. His talk imparted advice for those who care about investing their money in ways that truly make a difference at the local level.
|9:30||Registration and coffee|
|10:15||Talk by Nancy Jack Todd|
|11:15||Audience response and questions|
|11:45||Lunch – Pre-order brown bag lunch or bring your own|
|1:00||Talk by Thomas Linzey|
|2:00||Audience response and questions|
|2:45||Talk by Christopher Budd|
|3:45||Audience response and questions|
|4:30||Closing remarks by the speakers|
|4:50||Reception and book signing by the speakers|