New York Friends in Unity with Nature is pleased to present a slide talk by renowned Bioneer and bio-benign designer Anna Edey at Friends Meetinghouse, 15 Rutherford Place (15th Street between 2nd and 3rd Ave.) in Manhattan on Sunday, October 26th at 1pm.
Anna's talk, Solviva SolarGreen Design - how to reduce CO2, tarsands, fracking, mountain-top-removal and other harm to near-zero, in ways that save money and improve security and quality of life, will especially explore how to speed toward that goal in NYC. This will be of interest to anyone desiring to bring forth Ecological Civilization and in transitioning to sustainable
systems in solid waste management, electricity, transportation and food
production in New York City and elsewhere.
Anna Edey is the creator of Solviva Bioshelter* in Martha’s Vineyard and has been called,
along with John Todd of New Alchemy Institute and Hunter Lovins of Natural Capitalism Solutions,
a “biological pioneer” — those who are imitating living systems to restore the web of life.
She is the author of Green Light at the End of the Tunnel: Learning the Art of Living Well Without Causing Harm to Our Planet and Ourselves, and Solviva: How to Grow $500,000 on One Acre, and Peace on Earth. Articles on her work have appeared in numerous periodicals including Organic Gardening. Her Solviva Bioshelter was also the subject of a segment on CNN.
Suggested Donation: $5
Duration: 45 minutes followed by discussion and Q & A.
We hope to see you there!
*About the name, Solviva: Solviva means 'Sun Life.' In the Swedish flower language, Anna explains,
SOLVIVA also means: "Hoppas! Det skall till slut bli som vi onskar,” — "Hope! It will finally become as we wish. "