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Friday, February 27 • 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Create Your Own Butterfly Effect: How to Organize Around 'Seva'

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Join the founders of 'Sustainable Coastlines', 'The Butterfly Effect' and 'Sustainable Surf', to hear how they harnessed the initial spark of inspiration that led to their initatives to give back to the community. Learn how to take your inspiration from thought to reality, as these experienced community organizers share the lessons and tools they used to set up lasting organizations dedicated to making an improvement in the community.

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Tatiana Howard

Tatiana Howard is a profession water woman from Maui, Hawaii. She is avid in surf, windsurf, kitesurf, and the newest sport of stand up paddling. She created The Butterfly Effect at the age of 19 to inspire and empower women in water sports and to share the "aloha" spirit with co... Read More →
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Kahi Pacarro

For Kahi, traveling inspired greater appreciation for Hawaii and uncovered the necessity to awaken the general population to the beauty and fragility of Hawaii's most treasured asset, the coastlines. Often taken for granted, few know the detriments plastic is having on our beache... Read More →
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Kevin Whilden

Kevin is a surfer, yogi, geologist, and sustainable business entrepreneur. Kevin’s main interest is in helping western society transition to a more sustainable mode that protects and restores ocean and earth ecosystems.  | | Kevin is co-founder and Executive Director of Sustainable Surf, a non-profit based in California. Along with his partner, Michael Stewart, Kevin believes that the sport of surfing provides an outstanding way to engage people in living a more sustainable, ocean-friendly lifestyle. Surfing brings an element of fun to any sustainability effort and has a deep sustainable background from the culture of ancient Hawaii. | | Sustainable Surf acts as a catalyst to transform surfing culture into a powerful force to protect the ocean, and works with surfers, surf companies, surf contests, scientists, and governments to fundamentally change how we live in a more sustainable way. A key part of this is mindfulness, meditation, and yoga as a way to connect with a healthy sustainable lifestyle that inherently helps protect our... Read More →

Friday February 27, 2015 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Surfer. the Bar