How did humanity get to this ecologically destructive point? How will we shift toward a sustainable future? The answers lie deep within our cultural roots, the disconnection from the Earth’s ecosystems, and underlying societal constructs that create pathways of consumptive, extractive human behaviors. What can shake us from these patterns? What can we do to inspire new ways of interacting with our planet? How can we weave together ancient wisdom and cutting-edge sustainable technologies? Let’s discuss and explore human nature, how we exist in our realities, and how to impact change in measurable ways.
Regenerative Eco Development
Inspiring the Evolution of Culture
Laura Day is obsessed with sustainable organizational design and intentional event production. She is currently an Associate Director at Burning Man Project, and Sustainability Lead for Black Rock City. Prior to her career with Burning Man, she was the Director of Operations of the 6th most sustainable company in Oregon, which was also the first licensed recreational cannabis farm. Her company was recognized among the best places to work nationwide and set the standards for best practices in the cannabis industry. She serves as Vice Chair on the board of the Cannabis Certification Council, a non-profit dedicated to establishing industry-wide standards for organically cultivated cannabis and fair labor practices. In the festival world, Laura was the Founder and Director of Firefly Gathering, a sustainability-focused music, art, yoga, healing, and educational transformational festival in beautiful Flagstaff, Arizona. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from NAU with a degree in Environmental Science with a focus on Sustainable Communities and Biodiversity. With a penchant for efficient operations and motivational team building imbued with goofy humor, Laura is part professional, part bohemian thrill-seeker, and part visionary. She brings her authentic badass self to every project and assembles other badasses to create multi-dimensional change. She is the fanciest hippy you know.