Welcome to Pando.
We create hope through action.
We’re making the world a community of more resilient communities.
Pando is a positive impact accelerator.
We connect diverse people together and to our networks to grapple with big problems and gargantuan ideas.
We generate solutions and practical plans.
We get results — and make courageous things happen at a local level. In solidarity with the Earth and its people.
Pando Days ’20
Ten Southland colleges and universities come together to implement County resiliency.
Magenta House – Events
Pop-up and neighborhood events teach water conservation and power efficiency.
Pilgrimage to Pando
Contemplative journey to the home of the largest living organism on Earth.
Countywide architecture and design schools take on big junk. Precursor of Pando Days.
Roots. We’re inspired by Pando, the one-tree forest in remote southern Utah that interconnects and nurtures tens of thousands of trees through a common rootball.
Big ideas. Being Pando means I belong to you, you belong to me, we belong to each other. It includes what Pope Francis describes as “integral ecology” and philosopher John Cobb sums up as “ecological civilization.”
Get with Pando. We’re uniting student designers with women who’ve taken lifelong vows of poverty, urban farmers with social impact entrepreneurs, philosophers, storytellers, producers, educators, activists, and sustainability officers.
We’d love your help!
Ready for this? COP27
A smattering of assessments we’ve been reading about the issues presented at COP27.
We celebrate the life of Herman Daly
We pay tribute and say goodbye to Herman Daly, founder of ecological economics.
What is a Pando Days project?
An interview with Pando Days Series Producer Doug Chang on what exactly is a Pando Days project.
Embracing grief, an interview with Ed Bacon
An interview Ed Bacon, vice chair of the Pando Board, on the topic of the personal and social effects of grief.