Organised by The Pickwell Foundation, Rob will be speaking and sharing his ideas and experiences of how you can be the change you wish to see in the world.
You’re just 1 in 7 billion people in a very confusing time on Earth. Is it possible for you to make a difference? Is it worth trying?
Through his lead by example activism, Rob’s life has served as a wakeup call to millions of people and has changed the lives of many. Rob will share his unique projects from diving into thousands of grocery store dumpsters, to wearing his trash for 30 days, to living off the grid in a tiny house, to his most recent year of growing and foraging 100% of his food, all designed to wake people up and instigate change.
Although Rob takes his life to the extreme, his message is one of moderation. His work creates a counterbalance to the consumeristic society we live in today and encourages mainstream media to report on important issues, while being able to use his attention grabbing stories.
You will walk away from this evening with a deeper understanding of the life that you are living and with solutions you can adapt to be the change you wish to see.
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Rob Greenfield is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world.
He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. His life is an embodiment of Gandhi’s philosophy, “Be the change you wish to see in
In a time when many feel disempowered, Rob believes that our actions really do matter and that as individuals and communities we have the power improve the world around us. He is currently traveling on the 2020 World Solutions Tour
sharing solutions to our current problems, leading solution-based
action days, and spreading stories of communities and people that are standing up for sustainability, truth, equality and justice. 100% of Rob’s speaking honorariums for the tour are donated to indigenous and women led grassroots organizations.