On November 8, 2009, a climate change conference was held in
Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, to bring attention
to the quickest and most effective solution to global warming: the
organic vegan diet.
Titled “Humanity’s Leap to the Golden Era:
Washington, D.C., Climate Change Conference,” the event brought
together experts of science and health, as well as international
ambassadors, media members, and artists that included Ambassador Banny
De Brum of the Republic of the Marshall Islands; Ambassador Jacques
Kross of the Republic of Suriname; Ambassador Izben Williams of St.
Kitts-Nevis; Dr. Stephen Schneider, lead scientist of the reports of
the Nobel Prize-winning UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change;
Dr. Michael Greger, Director of Public Health & Animal Agriculture
for the Humane Society of the USA and author of “Bird Flu: A Virus of
Our Own Hatching; Dr. Ruby Lathon, Nutrition Policy Manager of the
Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine; Dr. Peter Carter,
Director of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment;
and Dr. Noam Mohr, Adjunct Professor of Physics at New York University.
Distinguished speakers addressed such aspects as environment,
health, lifestyle, and spirituality. In addition, engaging video
messages on the need to address global meat consumptionwere contributed
by esteemed figures including former Indian Environment Minister Maneka
Gandhi, former European Parliament Member
Jens Holm, and leading American nutrition researcher Dr. T. Colin Campbell.
highlight of the afternoon was an informative question-and-answer
session via videoconference with the guest of honor,Supreme Master
Ching Hai, who had graciously set aside her busy schedule to discuss
the ways that humankind could transition to a brighter era.
now invite you to join us for the 10-part seriese of rebroadcast of the
live videoconference with Supreme Master Ching Hai titled “Humanity’s
Leap to the Golden Era: Washington, D.C., Climate Change Conference” on
November 8, 2009, in Washington, D.C., USA.