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Named “the environmental messenger” by Vanity Fair & a top ten eco-hero of the planet by the UK’s Independent, Simran Sethi is a journalist and educator focused on environmentalism, sustainability & social change. She is writing a book on the loss of biodiversity in our food system & is the host of the PBS QUEST series on science & sustainability. Simran is also an associate at the University of Melbourne’s Sustainable Society Institute in Australia.

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READ: Simran featured in Resurgence & Ecologist Magazine as a “champion of food freedom” for her work in agrobiodiversity & heirloom plants.

LISTEN: Simran’s "My money story" interview aired on American Public Media’s Marketplace Weekend. 

READ: The Science of Sustainability selected as a finalist for the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival’s 2014 Science Media Awards. Watch all QUEST episodes hosted by Simran. 



Simran has lectured in Australia, China, Turkey, Italy, Spain & the United States at places ranging from Harvard University to SALT, & moderated events with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon & CGI.

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Simran has been featured on Vatican Radio, CNBC, MSNBC, The History Channel & the Sundance Channel, & is the host of the PBS QUEST series on science & sustainability.

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Simran has been an adviser to NGOs, including the Center for Environmental Health, on brand strategy, story-based engagement and social media for social change. 

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Simran’s research on how psychology can illuminate & transform our collective reluctance to address social & environmental challenges & help us foster dialog with unlikely allies.

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Simran will speak at Concordia College’s Faith, Reason and World Affairs Symposium on September 17, and will host The Tech Awards 2014 Gala in San Jose, CA, on November 13. 

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