Creating Equilibrium Announces Inaugural Solutions-Focused Innovation Forum Dedicated to Solving Environmental Challenges
Creating Equilibrium, a first-of-its-kind event focused on generating environmentally impactful innovations, is set to host its inaugural event August 25 - 27, 2017.Expand Full Story
Creating Equilibrium Feat. Secret Stash
Secret Stash is anchored by Stefan Lessard from Dave Matthews Band and Mike McCready from Pearl Jam, this iconic duo will be joined by a “secret stash” of musical friends, including Fun.’s Nate Ruess, Godsmack’s Sully Erna, saxophone player Michael Ghegan, and many more—all in one of California’s most majestic settings: the base of the KT22 mountain at Squaw Valley.
Secret Stash Coming to Creating Equilibrium, August 26th
Creating Equilibrium has announced that Secret Stash, a band made up of Mike McCready, Stefan Lessard (Dave Matthews Band), Nate Ruess (fun.), and Sully Erna (Godsmack) will be on stage for a concert at heir event at Lake Tahoe, August 26th.
Creating Equilibrium: Village Green Festival
Village Green Festival, a Creating Equilibrium event, is a free three-day concert, festival and environmental conference Friday, Aug. 25-Sunday, Aug. 27, at Squaw Valley.
Planet Home introduces the future of experiential entertainment and environmental solutionism with showcase event in San Francisco
Actors, astronauts, Michelin-starred chefs, musicians, technologists, environmental solutionists and many others unite at the multi-day event meant to inform, entertain and inspire action
EQ is a solutions-focused, innovation forum—an insight incubator experienced through a conference, concert, and immersive festival. The goals of the events and platform are to foster radical new approaches to solving critical global issues by building bridges between world-renowned technologists and world-saving environmentalists. We invite business, industry, and government into the discussion.
A Smarter Way To Use Smart Tech
Technology is unavoidable, whether it’s the smartphone in your pocket, the computer on your desk, or the emails in your inbox. Unfortunately, all those gadgets and apps also have a pretty terrible impact on the environment.