Free "GreenShifters" Teleseries Features Leading Sustainability Pioneers, Nov. 15-18

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Online dialogues will provide tools and learning to help individuals make the shift to green. Featured speakers include green innovators and experts such as Kevin Danaher, Majora Carter, Randy Hayes, Simran Sethi and Vicki Robin.

The shift to sustainability may be the single greatest challenge humanity now faces, as we press up against our planet’s limited resources. That’s why The Shift Network, an online education company, is offering a free teleseries called GreenShifters (, November 15-18, 2010, with leading innovative green pioneers and experts.

Featured sustainability leaders include Kevin Danaher, Green Festival founder and Global Exchange co-founder; Majora Carter, founder of Sustainable South Bronx; Randy Hayes, World Futures Council US Liaison Director and Rainforest Action Network founder; Simran Sethi, Emmy award-winning journalist who’s been featured as a “green expert” on Oprah and the Ellen DeGeneres Show; and best-selling author and leading voice for sustainable consumption, Vicki Robin.

“These leading sustainability experts are charting the way to a new revolution, one in which we can thrive without eroding our world’s life support systems,” says Stephen Dinan, CEO of The Shift Network. “Each of us needs to be part of this shift in how we live our lives, run our businesses, and engage our communities. We all need to be ‘GreenShifters’ and this powerful teleseries will help us do so more effectively -- and creatively.”

Headline speakers will discuss the latest green innovations from renewable energy and electric cars to personal consumption and sustainable food systems. They will address questions such as “How do we shift to a psychology of enough?” and “How can we create sustainable development for everyone?” Participants will be able to ask live questions and dialogue with each other about how we can leave a healthy, clean, and vibrant planet for our grandchildren.

“While going green is proving better for business, for our communities and for the planet," Dinan says, "it also improves the quality of our individual lives.”

Registration is completely free and includes access to the recordings. To register for this free event and for more details, visit:

About The Shift Network, Inc.
Founded in February 2010, The Shift Network has attracted more than 100,000 participants to its virtual educational events. It aims to empower a global movement of people who are creating an evolutionary shift of consciousness that in turn leads to a more enlightened society, one built on principles of sustainability, peace, health, and prosperity. Its September event, PeaceWeek, was the largest virtual peace summit ever created. For more information, see

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