DISPOSABLE FOOD PACKAGING IS HARMFUL TO HUMAN HEALTH

Learn about food packaging chemicals and micro-plastic threats to human health from leading scientists.

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Join us in reimagining the future of food packaging

Bringing together the leaders addressing the health risks of plastics and food packaging chemicals.

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HOSTED AT THE BEAUTIFUL 1440 MULTIVERSITY RETREAT

A Place to Refresh, Renew, and Connect

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1440 Multiversity
Scotts Valley, Cal.
June 12-14
2019
120 tickets
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A FORUM FOR CHANGEMAKERS

A science translation / teaching event to empower scientists, activists, health providers, and corporate leaders to protect public health and the environment from food packaging chemicals and plastics.

Our topics

Human health effects of food packaging chemicals.
Micro and nano plastics and threats to health.
Challenges in China and developing nations.
Regulatory failure and policy solutions.
Alternative business models- ending throw away.

Our Speakers

Leading scientists who are adept at translating science for non-scientists, activists from across the globe, and communications specialists.

GOALS

Personalize the threats of disposable food packaging in order to drive demand for safer, less-disposable food packaging.

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Hosted in a beautiful setting, designed to foster teaching, learning, and collaboration. This special venue offers meditation, mindfulness, and nourishment in an ancient redwood forest.

KEYNOTE Speakers

Two leaders who have forged new frontiers in our understanding of toxic chemical exposure and opened our eyes to the dangers of low dose exposures.

Linda S. Birnbaum
Keynote Speaker

Director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Toxicology Program.

Linda S. Birnbaum
Keynote Speaker
Pete Myers
Keynote Speaker

John Peterson “Pete” Myers is founder and Chief Scientist of Environmental Health Sciences.

Pete Myers
Keynote Speaker

The program

Two and a half days of jam packed, interactive sessions designed to educate and energize participants about food packaging chemicals and plastics. In addition, opportunities to enjoy morning and evening classes offered by 1440 on mindfulness, meditation, and yoga. Or you can use your down time for walking the trails, booking a massage, connecting with others, and lingering with colleagues over freshly prepared meals.

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$320
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