Paul Hawken’s Drawdown

The Movement to Reverse Global Warming Accelerates

By Garrison Institute

During this illuminating talk and slideshow at ABC Home in New York City, Paul Hawken circles back with us 18 months after the launch of Project Drawdown, a living research effort to reduce and sequester carbon as outlined in his book, Drawdown: The Most Comprehensive Plan Ever Proposed to Reverse Global Warming.

What has the response to his extensive research been from global activists, political leaders and scientists around the world?

How are communities activating around Drawdown, and how can we come together to keep this critical movement spreading and accelerating?

As a living research effort, Project Drawdown works with an international team of students and scientists to map, measure and model the one hundred most substantive solutions that can reverse global warming by reducing and sequestering greenhouse gases. In this video, we learn how communities are activating around this template of possibility, as outlined in Hawken’s book, which was the bestselling environmental book of 2017.


Paul Hawken will be honored during our annual Insight + Impact Benefit on November 28th, alongside George Mumford, as we celebrate their timeless wisdom and transformational leadership. Click here for more information or to purchase tickets.

2 comments on “Paul Hawken’s Drawdown”

  1. Karla says:

    Wow! How calming and exhilarating!
    Thanks for some people really knowing
    and ready to deal in FACTS!
    Give the earth a fighting chance!
    I’m so awed to learn of this!
    One earth one love! One set of facts!
    Respect our habitat not our habits!

  2. nick guthrie says:

    Enough talk already. All we have is the book and many talks on same. Please discuss the projects which have begun to scale up the improvements needed, as indicated in the Drawdown book. There’s too much Crying Wolf going on

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