According to scientific reports, climate change is one of the most crucial concern that will determine the fate of human survival.
Reported by a variety of NJ news sources, the effects of Hurricane Sandy in New Jersey in 2012 were severe, with economic losses to businesses of up to $30 billion. Over two million households across the state lost power during the storm, 346,000 homes were damaged or destroyed and 37 people were killed.
It’s time that we begin to be more vocal on the issue of climate crisis and resiliency, visual in the use of renewable energy, and take a leading role in creating a green economy.
The purpose of the conference is to inspire and empower attendees, so they become active participants toward the goal of building healthy, sustainable communities. The speakers will use their own experiences and values to convey how they have been driven by their passions to various achievements. From farming to financial wellness, the speakers will share information and experiences that assist with the creation of sustainable communities.
Tobias A. Fox