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Talk on Plant-based Diet

Dr. Sailesh Rao

Dr. Sailesh Rao

HOUSTON: On Sunday, 27th August, the Jain Center in Houston will be hosting an illuminating talk by Dr. Sailesh Rao on adopting a plant based diet for better health and reducing your carbon footprint. The talk will be held at the Jain Center of Houston, 3905 Arc Street, Houston Texas 77063 and will begin at 2 pm.

Dr. Sailesh Rao is on a tour to inspire the Great Transition to a Vegan World by 2026. At each stop, he uses his personal story to show how we can re-frame commonly held stories to help each other transform our civilization into a life-affirming global culture. In the talk, Dr. Rao presents compelling factual reasons why Veganism is important and why the Great Transition is bound to occur within the next 9 years, by 2026.

Dr. Sailesh Rao is the Founder and Executive Director of Climate Healers, a non-profit dedicated towards healing the Earth’s climate. A systems specialist with a Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, Stanford, CA, USA, conferred in 1986, Sailesh worked on the Internet communications infrastructure for twenty years after graduation. In 2006, he switched careers and became deeply immersed, full-time, in the spiritual and environmental crises affecting humanity. He is the author of the 2011 book, Carbon Dharma: The Occupation of Butterflies and the 2016 book, Carbon Yoga: The Vegan Metamorphosis. He is the Co-Executive Producer of the trilogy of documentaries, The Human Experiment (2013), Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret (2014) and What The Health(2017), which explore the systemic causes of human and environmental ill health and of the forthcoming documentary, The Compassion Project.”

Contact Dolly Vyas Ahuja at 713.478.5599 for any questions.

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