Environmental Issues / Climate Change Keynote Speakers
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Environmental Issues and Climate Change keynote speakers speak on changes due to human and natural causes. They can shed light on historical and future ramifications of a shifting climate and how it impacts global commerce. GDA has a firm grasp on the appropriate environmental issues and climate change keynote speakers for your next event.
Speaker/Author/Researcher Environment, Business, and Public Policy
Effective communicator in the corporate board room, lecture hall, and on the debate panel regarding the environment, energy, climate change, weather trends, corporate environmental policy, and future trends.
Founder of Wine To Water & One of the Top 10 CNN 2009 Heroes
The W|W story and a Filter Build provide a tangible experience at corporate events for participants to connect to the world water crisis, make a significant impact, and be part of the solution.
Founder and Owner of Futurist.com
Glen Hiemstra is dedicated to disseminating information about the future to assist individuals, organizations, and industries in effective strategic planning. Glen goes beyond simple trend analysis to discuss the opportunities that we all have to shape the preferred future.
TED Speaker on the Impact of Genomics on Absolutely Everything, Serial Entrepreneur, and CEO
The Genomic Revolution - a whirlwind journey through our deepening understanding of the genome and its dizzying applications in medicine, agriculture, society, and in defining the very nature of what it means to be human. And beyond human.
Douglas Vakoch, Ph.D.
President of METI–Messaging Extraterrestrial Intelligence, disrupting conventional science as “The Man Who Speaks for Earth.”
Called “The Man Who Speaks for Earth” by The New Yorker, Dr. Douglas Vakoch leads the disruptive scientific project to transmit radio messages into space, in the hope of making first contact with ET.
General Anthony Zinni
United States Marine Corps (Retired)
Gen. Zinni’s 39 years of military service took him to more than 70 countries. His operational experiences included two tours in Vietnam, where he was severely wounded. His last assignment was Commanding General, U. S. Central Command.