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What do the Mayan Civilization, Utah’s Climate, & Capitalism all have in common?

These three things all have this year’s Sustainable Landscapes Conference, Surviving the Future: An anthology of sustainable societies, in common. The conference will be featuring: Tim Murtha PhD, an assistant professor of Landscape Architecture at Penn State that specializes in the agricultural practices of the Mayan civilization; Robert Gillies PhD, director of the Utah Climate Center; and Jeff Hohensee, CEO of Natural Capitalism Solutions.

 

What do anthropology, GIS farming, & Money all have in common?

These three things all have this year’s Sustainable Landscapes Conference, Surviving the Future: An anthology of sustainable societies, in common. The conference will be featuring: Steven Simms PhD, a professor of Anthropology at Utah State University who specializes in the archeology of the American Desert West; Phil Rasmussen PhD, director of the Western Region SARE; and Jeff Hohensee, CEO of Natural Capitalism Solutions.

 

What do Leonardo DiCaprio, green space, & cash all have in common?

These three things all have this year’s Sustainable Landscapes Conference, Surviving the Future: An anthology of sustainable societies, in common. The conference will be featuring: Joseph Tainter PhD, department head of Environment and Society at Utah State University and author of The Collapse of Complex Societies. Dr. Tainter is also among the experts featured in Leonardo DiCaprio’s new eco-documentary the 11th hour; Sumner Swaner, president for the Center of Green Space Design; and Jeff Hohensee, CEO of Natural Capitalism Solutions.

 

Register now for the 2008 Sustainable Landscapes Conference!

 


Mail: Sustainable Landscapes c/o LAEP Department 4005 Old Main Hill Logan,UT 84322   Phone: 435.797.0500  Fax: 435.797.0503  Email: thegroundup@yahoo.com

 

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