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TEDx-Topanga Talk on Nov. 11
November 1, 2012 -
TEDxTopanga is holding an event, "Tapestry of Life, How Our Decisions Affect Our World," on Nov. 11 from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Topanga Community Club. The theme relates to "preparing our generations to honor our traditions, but allowing the customs to be malleable enough to honor the emotions and history for a sustainable future."
The four speakers are Alexandra Paul, who will speak about population control: Rebecca Amis, co-founder of Muse School; Joseph Rosendo of "Travelscope;" and Peter Jay Brown of Whale Wars.
Alexandra Paul was honored by the United Nations for work on human overpopulation. In 1999, she received the Green Cross Award by Mikael Gorbachevs Global Green for Leadership on the Environment.
Rebecca Amis, co-founder of Muse School, will speak of innovative education. Muse is a progressive school focused on individual, environmental, global and academic elements.
Emmy-award winner Joseph Rosendo has been a travel journalist and broadcaster for 32 years. After creating and hosting a travel radio show, Travelscope®," for more than 23 years, Joseph has been the director, writer and host of "Joseph Rosendos Travelscope®," the award-winning travel television series. Now in its seventh season, the series reaches 286 million viewers on more than 500 PBS stations nationwide and international markets. In addition, Rosendo is the publisher of the Travelscope eMagazine, a quarterly travel, food and entertainment perspective, and contributes to the Travelscope.net website where his pod casts, as well as radio and television shows are available for download.
Rosendo is the recipient of five Emmy nominations, 14 Telly Awards, Canadas Globe and Mail Travel Media Award and nine Lowell Thomas Journalism Awards.
Peter Jay Brown is a director and cinematographer, who specializes in real-life stories, cultural adventures, and big sexy animals that can eat you!
Best known for his stint on Discovery Channels hit show, Whale Wars, Brown has been active in the Sea Shepard Conservation Society for more than 25 years, and is completing a feature-length documentary based on his experiences, entitled "Confessions of an Eco-Terrorist."
More information on the event can be found at TEDxtopanga.com; this is a 501 |c| 3 Non-Profit organization.
What they need for the event are videographers, sound, photographers, sponsorships, catering/food, advisory committee, event director and event set up/clean up.
This is a first come, first served event. Tickets are $25 for adults, $15 for students.
For more information, please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or call (818) 239-4597 ext.3.