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We may not be able to gather in person right now, but we recognize the importance of staying connected, especially at a time like this. If the HVTech community is good at one thing, it's using technology to find creative solutions to difficult problems. So we're still planning a meetup this April - right from the comfort of your own home.
So join us for our first ever virtual meetup: https://zoom.us/j/570567119
We look forward to seeing you.
*It Wouldn't be HVTech without "Meet Your Neighbor"*
We recognize that human connection is a significant part of what makes our live events so special. We want to carry that value over into our virtual event, so we will be facilitating a virtual "Meet Your Neighbor." We'll utilize the Zoom "Breakout Room" feature to break the webinar into smaller sessions. We encourage you all to use this time to get to know one another and share your experiences.
- 6:00 - Start
- 6:10 - First speaker + QA
- 6:30 - Second speaker + QA
- 6:50 - Third speaker + QA
- 7:10 - Breakout Rooms (Meet Your Neighbor)
- 7:30 - End!
FIRST TALK: Andy Willner - Post Carbon Transportation Technologies
Andy's work focuses on (s)Low Tech solutions for transport in a carbon constrained future. He works with The Center For Post Carbon Logistics, researching and assisting in the implementation of appropriate post-carbon maritime technology, keeping commerce and transportation viable.
Andy has been a city planner, furniture designer, sculptor, boat builder, photographer, author, story teller, blogger, environmentalist, and permaculture transition advocate.
Learn more about his work:
SECOND TALK: Kathy Puffer - Regenerative Technologies
Kathy's mission is to empower people towards engaging regenerative technologies incorporated into their homes, schools, places of work and beyond. Her focus is on teaching people to divert methane-belching household waste from landfills and turn it into fuel and fertilizer.
Learn about her homestead:
THIRD TALK: Hadrien Royo - Storytelling Through Podcasting
Hadrien is passionate about podcasting as a medium for storytelling and connectivity. His new podcasting company, Euphonie, is developing audio drama ("movies for your ears"), which they will release freely. He will discuss the idea of storytelling through podcasting as well as offer insight into business revenue models being explored in podcasting.
Euphonie's first production, Crypto-Z is a post-apocalyptic sci-fi thriller and will be released in April.
Learn about Crypto-Z:
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