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Are you curious about climate change and the other threats currently challenging Planet Earth and humankind? Have you been hearing terms like Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and wonder what they really mean in today's world? or maybe you’ve heard about ‘Embodied Carbon’ or ‘Material Circularity’ and want a deeper understanding...
If you're interested in straight-talk from real-world professionals about what you can do to help ensure a healthy future, we invite you to join us on Sept. 14th for Our Last Chance for Change - Inspiring Conversations for the Sustainability Curious. Brought to you by 3-Form, Humanscale, and Fireclay, this free webinar is intended to help everyday people understand the urgent problems we all face together, and to inspire us all to be a part of the solution.
The urgent message underscored by the international report on the climate crisis, and unprecedented droughts and wildfire seasons are startlingly clear: every individual and organization, at every level of society, must take meaningful and immediate action to help ensure a healthy future. Join the live conversation as we speak with Rita Kampalath, Sustainability Program Director for the Los Angeles County Chief Sustainability Office, to learn about the intersecting issues of climate change and water scarcity, and the roles we can play as individuals, businesses, and organizations to create positive changes through policy and actions.Sign Up Now
Rita Kampalath joined Los Angeles County’s Chief Sustainability Office in June 2017. As a Sustainability Program Director, she supports the development and implementation of the County’s first sustainability plan, as well as sustainability-related policies. Prior to joining the County, Rita was the Science and Policy Director of the non-profit Heal the Bay. Rita also worked for Geosyntec Consultants on a range of water quality projects. She received a B.S. in chemical engineering from Columbia University and an M.S. in chemical engineering and a Ph.D. in civil/environmental engineering from UCLA.Learn More about Rita