What to Expect at This Year’s LOHAS Forum.

Via Walk The Talk Show
on Jun 14, 2013
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Walk the Talk Show: Ted Ning of LOHAS.

At Naturally Boulder, Waylon (dressed for lawn games) touches in with longtime colleague Ted Ning, Mr. Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability himself, about what to expect at this year’s LOHAS conference, one of elephant’s favorites for many years.

For more: LOHAS Forum is taking place in Boulder, Colorado June 18th to 20th.

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5 Responses to “What to Expect at This Year’s LOHAS Forum.”

  1. Jenny says:

    This looks like a cool gathering. He mentioned Proctor and Gamble were going to be there. Hopefully, this company is not burning holes in live rabbits’ flesh and sewing their eyelids shut anymore. This is a good step for P&G.

  2. elephantjournal says:

    Amen! There's a lot of huge companies who are brought into the LOHAS fold, here. Part of what's cool about it. Everyone can learn from everyone. The danger, of course, is that folks buy their way into panels or greenwashing, and so it's important, like you, to be ever caring and vigilant about ethics.

  3. Mia says:

    Well said. Your extroverted teacher should have put that differently.

  4. Giacomo says:

    I think you forgot an element in the external reality equation: action.
    Good job

  5. Irene says:

    If the model and the photographer are not intending to objectify the woman then the issue with the photo is not the photo itself but the perspective that the viewer has when they look at it. I find her ability to be confident in her own body and her softness to be empowering. Stating that the woman with her biceps showing is more powerful than the woman laying on her stomach only enhances the stereotype of power through strength (a typically male trait.) Before we start harping on other people, maybe the issue is to take a look at yourself and see how you view this world.