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Environmental issues are in the forefront of business concerns today. All American Speakers works with a variety of environmental speakers who address energy efficiency, green development and restorative use of resources that greatly reduce environmental impacts while providing superior goods and services at lower cost. They work in fields such as research, conservation, envirnomental technology, and renewable resources.

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CELEBRITY ACTIVISTS

Celebrity Activists
Celebrities use their unique position in the public eye to advocate for the causes they care about. Taking environmental matters into the spotlight, these actors, musicians, and entertainment icons are known for being supporters of clean energy, wildlife protection, and more. Many work with nonprofit organizations or have even created their own foundations - to protect the environment.

CONSERVATIONISTS

Conservationists
Conservationists believe in preserving resources for the future — land, water, and wildlife are their chief concerns. They advocate for environmentally conscious laws, take steps to eliminate illegal poaching and logging, and encourage corporations to avoid wasteful processes. These eco-friendly speakers discuss ways we can manage our society’s growth and ensure that nature is prioritized and endangered species are protected.

DOCUMENTARIANS

Documentarians
Popular documentaries such as “Chasing Coral” and “An Inconvenient Truth” bring global warming into the national focus. Their goal is to inform viewers about our changing environment and empassion them to take action. These filmmakers use stunning imagery of the world around us to illustrate what we have already lost in our changing climate, but also what we have left to protect.

Environmental Writers & Authors

Environmental Writers & Authors
From journalists at science magazines covering the natural world to nonfiction authors exploring climate change, environmental writers use their words to bring information to the public. Whether they are creating reports for industry professionals or transforming scientific data into news stories for the general population, they play an essential role in communicating environmental developments and concerns.

ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATORS

Environmental Educators
Environmental educators are teachers, writers, and public figures who impart knowledge on topics such as deforestation, resource depletion, endangered species, greenhouse effect, and more. While some reach their audiences in a classroom and some reach them through television series, their goal is to connect with and inform their listeners. They raise public awareness about environmental concerns and encourage individuals and communities to take social responsibility.

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENTISTS & RESEARCHERS

Environmental Scientists & Researchers
At the forefront of scientific discovery, research scientists gather data and interpret what it means for our environment. They search for answers to scientific questions that have long eluded past observers. These scientists are experts on topics such as sea level rise, soil erosion, and ozone depletion. They are chief agents in predicting what our future on Earth could look like.

GREEN BUSINESS STRATEGISTS

Green Business Strategists
Environmental issues and climate change are hot topics in today’s society, making sustainable development a natural step for business. These sustainable business experts work to make companies greener through efficient energy use, green product design and manufacturing processes, and new technologies. They are experts in driving green business opportunities and making a difference as business managers while avoiding pitfalls such as corporate greenwashing. These men and women address specific business concerns like carbon taxes and other market signals, pollution markets and credits, and stockholder analysis and engagement.

Non-Profit Leaders

Non-Profit Leaders
Non-profit founders are motivated by the desire to help - whether that means helping people, animals, or the world. These men and women lead foundations designed to protect and conserve the environment as we know it. They are scientists, researchers and activists committed to saving wildlife from extinction, cleaning up the oceans, and preserving our rainforests.

Oceanographers & Marine Biologists

Oceanographers & Marine Biologists
Earth is mostly covered by the oceans, with water making up roughly 70% of its surface. Oceanographers and marine biologists study the health of the world’s oceans and the life within them. Among their scientific focuses are the effects of plastic waste, chemical runoff, and warming temperatures on this vast environment. These speakers are knowledgeable on topics like coral bleaching, marine protection zones, and conservation policies.

WILDLIFE EXPERTS

Wildlife Experts
Working with animals both in captivity and in the wild, these men and women have devoted their lives to the study and care of wildlife. Chief among current concerns about climate change’s impact on wildlife are habitat destruction, overfishing, and species extinction. The environment is made up of often-fragile ecosystems in which each species of animal and plant are closely linked. Whether they study these complex structures or zero in on a single species, these wildlife experts are fighting to conserve & protect animal life.
ENVIRONMENTAL SPEAKER
ENVIRONMENTAL SPEAKER

CLEAN ENERGY & BIOFUELS

Clean Energy " Biofuels
Biofuels - fuels made from organic material such as various plants - are a cleaner source of energy than fossil fuels due to their lower carbon impact. They are generally considered renewable resources along with other clean energy sources like solar energy and wind energy. Biofuel and clean energy advocates suggest that these resources will help minimize global warming and human impact on the environment. These speakers address the pros and cons of such energy sources.

CLEAN WATER

Clean Water
Keeping our oceans free of pollution and making sure people have safe access to clean drinking water are enormous tasks. From oil spills to chemical pollutants, industrial development has impacted water sources worldwide. These men and women are activists working to minimize the effects of pollution on the world’s water and make sure communities everywhere have enough clean water to support them.

CLIMATE CHANGE

Climate Change
Most scientists now agree that climate change is primarily caused by human activities - especially the greenhouse gasses those activities generate. Climate change occurs over hundreds - or even thousands - of years, but even a gradual increase in temperature can have large effects, such as sea level rise, desertification, and extreme weather. These men and women speak on climate change and global warming, as well as their impacts and what can be done about them.

Environmental Policy

Environmental Policy
Laws and policies have tremendous effects on the environment - both positive and negative. These men and women are lawyers, policymakers, activists, and other experts on current environmental policies. They advocate for governmental protection for the environment and wildlife, and educate the public on the laws that are currently in place nationally and around the world.

Fair Trade

Fair Trade
Fair trade is the policy of paying people in developing countries fair wages for their exported products. This practice benefits the workers who create goods and raise crops as well as the environment. Fair trade foods are sustainably grown and harvested, using minimal agrochemicals, no GMOs, and sustainable irrigation. These men and women are advocates for fair and sustainable trade practices.

Renewable Resources

Renewable Resources
Encompassing everything from green agriculture to solar power, renewable resources provide us with electricity, food, and water without depleting the earth’s natural supply. As electric & hybrid cars gain popularity and more wind turbines and solar panels are built, society becomes less dependent on finite resources like oil. Apart from having a less negative influence on the environment, using renewable resources opens up opportunities for economic growth and development.

Sustainable Food

Sustainable Food
The agricultural industry has historically contributed to environmental problems, from greenhouse gasses from livestock to soil erosion from poor farming practices. A new rise in sustainability in food production involves limiting pesticides, using better irrigation techniques, and managing food waste properly. Green agriculture aims to be profitable for farmers and distributors while sustaining natural resources.

Recycling & Pollution

Recycling & Pollution
Pollution is one of the top problems facing the environment today. While plastic waste is the most commonly thought of, pollution comes in many forms: air pollution, nanopollution, thermal pollution, light pollution, water pollution, and noise pollution. While recycling cannot eliminate all pollution, it helps with reducing the amount of metal, glass, plastic, and paper that would otherwise go to waste after a single use.

Green Living

Green Living
From minimizing plastic use to installing solar panels, there are many ways to live environmentally responsible lifestyles. By replacing harmful everyday habits with greener alternatives, everyone can do their share to improve the world we live in for future generations. These men and women are green living activists who provide audiences with information about practical changes to reduce their carbon footprints and better the environment around them.
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