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posted Friday, September 5 2014 - Volume 42 Issue 36
First ever summit on LGBTQ sustainability - OUT for Sustainability hosts the first conference on the intersection of LGBTQ identity and sustainability values
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First ever summit on LGBTQ sustainability - OUT for Sustainability hosts the first conference on the intersection of LGBTQ identity and sustainability values

OUT for Sustainability, the world's leading organization dedicated to sustainability values within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) community, hosts the first ever LGBTQ sustainability conference, the Fab Planet Summit, on September 13th, from 1-7 p.m. The conference will be held at a convenient location in Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood.

Fab Planet Summit is a collection of panels and workshops on topics ranging from 'Coming Out Green,' to discussing the present and future experiences of our community in the sustainability movement, to 'Queer and Present Danger,' which delves into the uncertain future of the LGBTQ community in increasingly devastating climate change scenarios.

Fab Planet Summit hosts more than a dozen notable speakers and moderators from around the country, all of whom are openly LGBTQ and active leaders in sustainability. Panelists include Laura Clise, Director of External Communications & Corporate Citizenship at AREVA, Inc., Dr. Seth M. Holmes, Director of the Berkeley Center for Social Medicine, and Darby Hoover, Senior Resource Specialist with the Urban Solutions program of the Natural Resources Defense Council. For a complete list of panel and workshop topics along with speakers and facilitators, visit www.out4s.org.

Fab Planet Summit's small size, interactivity between and during panels, and closing reception is designed to be highly social, encouraging deeper connections and community. Registration is $65 or $95 and is available through the OUT for Sustainability website. Scholarships are also available along with volunteer opportunities to ensure all who wish to come are welcome.

For more information, visit www.out4s.org.

Courtesy of OUT for Sustainability

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