Amanda Joy Ravenhill Has Designs on Earth’s Metamorphosis

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Amanda Joy Ravenhill is executive director of the Buckminster Fuller Institute (BFI), which is dedicated to accelerating the development and deployment of strategies that radically regenerate Earth’s ecosystems. She previously held the role of co-founder and executive director of Project Drawdown, the comprehensive plan proposed to reverse global warming.

Ravenhill also is a member of The Seastars, an a cappella group blending harmonies with new narratives of a future that works for 100% of life. She is also an avid gardener, stewarding her small backyard farm to build soil, host pollinators, create medicines, and grow food.

She previously was a lecturer at Presidio Graduate School, teaching the Principles of Sustainable Management course; co-founder of The Hero Hatchery, a climate activist fellowship program; business partnership coordinator at; and AmeriCorps Sustainable Communities and Education Fellow. Ravenhill is driven by her experience living and working internationally as well as her enthusiasm to integrate design and science.

She lectures and speaks publicly on climate, biochar, regenerative design, carbon drawdown strategies, mindfulness, and systems thinking. As an active member of the international community focused on addressing imminent global challenges, she invites others to join her in weaving the tale of our planet’s regenerative metamorphosis.

Amanda Joy Ravenhill

Here are some highlights from the LIFT Economy interview with Ravenhill:

LIFT Economy is an impact consulting firm with a mission is to create, model, and share a locally self-reliant economy that works for the benefit of all life.

B the Change gathers and shares the voices from within the movement of people using business as a force for good and the community of Certified B Corporations. The opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of the nonprofit B Lab.

Making Connections to Accelerate the Work on Regenerative Ecosystems was originally published in B The Change on Medium, where people are continuing the conversation by highlighting and responding to this story.

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