934 Brannan
San Francisco, California 94103

EARTH DAY DIGITAL BE-IN. A combination symposium, exhibition, rally, and multimedia entertainment extravaganza. The 14th edition of the Digital Be-In celebrates the further evolution of the digital revolution: building a sustainable culture, featuring eco-visionaries and sustainable solutions. Presenting top live music acts and DJs. Saturday April 22 from 5pm to 4am. Tickets $20 in advance, $25 at the door. SomArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan St., San Francisco.

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Added by Jman on March 23, 2006



I'm intrigued by this whole new piece of the event:

Planet Code Symposium
This year?s Be-In theme ?Planet Code? implies our writing (and re-writing where necessary) the ?codes? that define our place within and interaction with the natural environment, and calls upon the high technology community we have encouraged and celebrated over the years to empower the sustainability movement with bold, forward-thinking initiatives.

* Networking Salon hosted by San Francisco Alliance for Urban Sustainability
* Panel Discussions
* Sustainable Solutions Soapbox

Michael Gosney ? Green Century Institute
Karri Winn ? Planetwork
Jair ? Imaginify Community Network

Presenters (partial list)
Jim Fournier ? Eprida
Marc Kasky ? Ft. Mason Center Director Emeritus; co-founder Green Century Institute
?Redwood Mary? Kaczorowski ? United Nations; Women?s Global Green Action Network
Melinda Kramer ? Women?s Global Green Action Network
Gifford Pinchot ? Bainbridge Graduate Institute
Greg Steltenpohl ? Interra Project
Eric Sundelof ? Stanford Digital Visions Program
Rick Tarnas ? California Institute of Integral Studies; author, Psyche and Cosmos

Planet Code Themes
Climate Change
Environmental Justice/Social Justice
Renewable Energy Solutions: Consumer Options, Power Grid Conversion
Sustainable Communities: Urban Environmental Accords, Eco-cities, Permaculture
High Technology and Sustainability
Women and the Environment
Building the Green Economy: Conscious Consumers and Green Start-ups