Tag Archive for sustainability

In Slovenia with Tao

97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch with Jan Pinteric, Teresa Kay-Aba Kennedy and Matej Cer in Slovenia, October 6, 2015

The weather might have been cloudy but 97-year-old yoga master Tao Porchon-Lynch brought her special light to Slovenia from October 6 – 9, 2015 speaking at an event, touring the area, teaching yoga classes and doing media interviews.

Building Healthy Sustainable Spaces

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POWER LIVING® TV: Does your environment support your health? Tap into the latest thinking on health and sustainability as it relates to the built environment from the Clinton Global Initiative.

YES Conference in Slovenia

Dr. Terri Kennedy speaking at YES Conference in Slovenia

THE BUZZ: On October 4th, 2012, I had the pleasure of speaking at the YES Conference in Slovenia. The event was held at the new Plaza hotel in the capital city of Ljubljana.

Clinton Global Initiative 2012

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THE BUZZ: From September 23rd through 25th 2012, I attended the eighth annual Clinton Global Initiative at the Sheraton in New York. It brought together notables from around the world…

Women & Power Conference at Omega

Teresa Kennedy with Global Change Scholars at Omega

THE BUZZ: From September 21st through 23rd, 2012, I attended the Women & Power Conference at Omega’s Rhinebeck, NY campus. It was a gathering of dynamic women from various sectors – from playwright Eve Ensler and actress Sally Field to media powerhouse Pat Mitchell and Planned Parenthood Federation President Cecile Richards. I was super impressed by Majora Carter’s presentation of her work on sustainable development in the Bronx. I knew of her work but to hear her walk through it was wonderful.

Mindfulness as a Path to Sustainability

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HUFFPOST: Are you walking through life unconsciously or with eyes wide open? What are the downstream implications of your actions? Sustainability is the ability to live fully in the Present without compromising the future. This applies to the environment as well as your own personal habits.