We’re Trying to Solve the Climate Crisis at the Wrong Scale | Eric Sauder | TEDxLancaster


We can reverse climate change, but the solutions must first take root locally. In his talk, climate strategist Eric Sauder shares a vision for how meaningful progress can be made by building allies across rural and urban communities. He describes how this regional strategy can diffuse political challenges and engage neighbors to build a more resilient future. Eric Sauder is a social innovator focused on climate change with a background in engineering, sustainability, and design. Despite the looming challenge of climate change, Eric is resolutely optimistic about the potential for people to implement solutions that build a more vibrant and equitable world. For the past five years, he has worked alongside farmers and natural resource professionals to create new programs and support for farmers to sequester carbon, generate ecosystem services, and create resilient agricultural economies. This vantage point allowed Eric to see the potential for greater regional climate collaboration. He founded RegenAll, a Lancaster, PA based nonprofit, to catalyze regeneration across rural and urban communities. RegenAll works with households, businesses, and communities to identify and implement place-based climate solutions that capitalize on a region’s unique strengths and resources. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx


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