Seeding Change: A Panel Discussion
June 18 @ 3:00 pm PDTFree
Please join the University of California, Merced for a discussion with Jeremy Black, founder of Sambazon, Mike Bronner, president of Dr. Bronner’s and others from the film, “Seeding Change”.
About the Film: ‘Over the past two decades, a new breed of mission-driven business has risen, led by the next generation of social entrepreneurs. Their companies follow a philosophy known as the “Triple Bottom Line”, which measures success socially, environmentally, and economically. A vision exists at the core of these sustainable social enterprises to create solutions through their supply chains, branding and products. Whether they’re fighting poverty through Fair Trade job creation, protecting biodiversity and rainforests, or regenerating topsoil through organic and sustainable agriculture. These businesses offer an opportunity for viewers to cast a vote through their purchase decisions for the type of future they support. Empowering consumers to practice conscious commerce and make positive change for the planet by voting with their dollars.’
Join the panel discussion Friday, June 18th at 3 PM PST via Zoom.
The link to watch the film will be on the confirmation email sent after registering.
The film will be available to watch beginning 6/15 at 3 pm PST until 6/18 at 3 pm PST.
Free and open to the public.
Register here: https://bit.ly/SeedingChangePanel (Note- The link is case sensitive.)