A big congratulations to 2014 SXSW Eco Speaker Carol Sanford for winning her latest award, the Entrepreneurship Book of the Year! Sanford’s book, The Responsible Entrepreneur: Four Game-Changing Archetypes for Founders, Leaders and Impact Investors, received the honor from 800-CEO-READ’s 2015 Business Book Awards, which recognizes the best of the...
The SXSW Eco 2014 panel "Fish Farming: Futile or the Future?" brings together a world famous oceanographer, the National Aquarium's conservation expert, an aquaculturist, and the founders of the first investment fund focused on sustainable aquaculture for an engaging discussion. Watch it here!
If the American “way of life” is incompatible with a sustainable future, how do we start to talk about—and create—a new way of being in the world? Watch SXSW Eco 2014 featured speaker Robert Jensen in “Coping with the Cascading Crises of Our World.”...
Watch “Creating Pathways for Environmental Literacy: Designing Collaboration at a Regional Level” with featured speaker Elizabeth Babcock, Chief Public Engagement Officer and Roberts Dean of Education at the California Academy of Sciences.
Nikki Silvestri, a SXSW Eco 2014 Featured Speaker, examines how building a social movement takes decades, discipline, and heart during her session "Music, Soul and Relationship in Movement Building." Watch it here!
Watch the first video from our 2014 Featured Speaker programming with Ann Davlin, Director of Carbon War Room, and Jigar Shah, CEO of Jigar Shah Consulting in their session "Creating Climate Wealth."
Julie Felgar of Boeing Commercial Airlines and Alejandro Rios Galvan of the Masdar Institute Of Science And Technology deliver the Keynote "Collateral Positives" at SXSW Eco 2014. Watch it here!
Take a look back at SXSW Eco 2014 and watch Dr. Ernest Moniz, United States Secretary of Energy, deliver his Keynote "All-of-the-Above in a Carbon Constrained World." Watch it here!
Take a look back at our 2014 season with a special segment of video spotlights! First up, Dr. Sylvia Earle's Keynote "Sustainable Seas: The Vision and the Reality."
Keep America Beautiful launched more than 60 years ago to curtail litter and preserve natural beauty across the United States. Today, we still believe that people and places are profoundly connected, and our mission remains unchanged.