Join us on October 23rd, at the Sacred Space in Miami, for our 2018 Annual Celebration and Leadership Circle Induction.
CLEO is proud to announce this year’s keynote speaker will be Paul Hawken, one of the environmental movement’s leading voices. He is also the editor of Drawdown—The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming.
This has been a big year for the CLEO Institute. We have launched several new programs and initiatives, and collaborated on many exciting projects, in an effort to educate the public about climate change impacts and solutions. This event will be an opportunity to celebrate our work and our tireless efforts to create meaningful partnerships and work with stakeholders from different sectors and backgrounds. We will also take a moment to highlight our partners that have gone above and beyond, during our Leadership Circle Induction.
This will be an unforgettable evening, with a special raffle, featuring airline tickets from Aura, a new luxury, carbon-neutral airline launching in Miami. We will also feature live Latin jazz music by the renowned flutist, Ernesto Fernandez. Complimentary cocktails and wine will be served, accompanied by a delicious low-carbon menu.
Catalyst Miami’s 2nd Annual Imagine Miami Luncheon and Fundraiser will take place Thursday, November 8, 2018 at Cecconi’s on Miami Beach. The beautiful courtyard restaurant of Soho Beach House will be the backdrop in which we’ll honor and hear a keynote address from Melissa Medina as our 2018 Community Catalyst Award winner.
Trying to write a book, blog, or poem? Do you have writer’s block? Or want a supportive writers’ group?
Join us as we align our bodies + souls with healing meditation + yoga to restore the creative juices and get the words flowing! Just bring your journal/writing materials, and wear comfortable clothes!
18 years and up // No children allowed.
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