Born and bred in the Lone Star State, EarthX2018, the worlds largest Earth Day celebration, has announced the first-ever EarthxMxico, November 2 to 11, 2018 in Mexico City. The inaugural EarthxMxico, the first EarthX event to be hosted outside of Dallas, will be held in Casa del Lago, at the heart of the Bosque de Chapultepec.
Debuting a lecture series and exhibition open to all, EarthxMxico will broaden the conversation about eco-challenges and their solutions, welcoming academic institutions for all studies of the environment and speakers representing various points of view. A film festival featuring about 15 documentary feature-length and short films from passionate global filmmakers will also be staged concurrently, and will include the world premiere of Wonders of the Sea by Jean-Michel Cousteau who will be in attendance at the event.
The global conversation about our planet has become unnecessarily partisan, which is why EarthX has always striven to bring any and all voices together in the name of our planet, said Trammell S. Crow, founder of EarthX. An environmentally-conscious group from Mexico City attended Earthx2018, and set in motion a movement to expand EarthX internationally, thus launching EarthxMxico. Through the generous support of this pioneering team, as well as collaborators, volunteers, founding partners, strategic allies and sponsors, EarthxMxico, EarthXs first international foray, has become a reality. Were eager to provide a platform for environmental awareness to build a future that helps address environmental issues in Mexico, and ultimately, the world.
Thematic lines of all EarthxMxico programming will include oceans, watersheds and cities, biodiversity, education, energy, and summits on both investment and e-capital, consisting of about 40 conversations with international environmental personalities. The exhibition portion will include 120 exhibitors with sustainable proposals, as well as environmental brands and initiatives. Other EarthxMxico activities will include open-air concerts, public exhibits of organic and sound sculptures, and multiple cultural and artistic experiences to inspire a broadly appealing and more mindful approach to environmental issues.
We hope EarthxMxico gathers together the people and institutions concerned about the environment to celebrate progress, hope, and sustainable innovation, said Juan Carlos Izquierdo, CEO of EarthxMxico. We invite everyone “ individuals, organizations, companies and the public sector “ to join with us in this effort to champion and generate significant changes for the benefit of the planet we all call home.
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The eighth annual EarthX was held April 13 through 22, 2018 in Dallas. The event brought together organizations, businesses, academic institutions, government agencies, speakers, interactive programming, and subject matter experts with food and entertainment. Each year, the event creates a fun and engaging atmosphere for thought and experiential global learning, while encouraging attendees to make positive changes for the environment.
EarthX strives to be the leading global connector to positively impact our world for a sustainable future. Formerly Earth Day Texas, EarthX hosts the largest environmental expo, conference and film festival in the world. Founded in 2011 by environmentalist and businessman Trammell S. Crow, the Texas-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization promotes environmental awareness by curating an atmosphere for conscious business, nonpartisan collaboration and community-driven sustainable solutions. In 2018, the event drew 137,700 attendees, nearly 700 exhibitors and more than 400 speakers. Earthx2019 will be held April 19 “ 28, 2019 in Dallas. Visit www.EarthX.org.
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