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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. This three-day event —a radical solutions forum, immersive laboratory, and music festival—features some of the top minds on the planet, and is aimed at crafting and funding real-world solutions to the ecological challenges America now faces. Visions, Creating Equilibrium’s two-day innovation forum on August 26 and 27, will be hosted by New York Times bestselling author, Pulitzer Prize nominee, and Creating Equilibrium co-founder Steven Kotler; and a host of culture-shaping thought leaders, including: "Our core strategy is deceptively simple,” says Kotler. “We build bridges. Our goal is to bridge gaps between traditionally isolated domains—environmental science, technology, business, government and academia. Utilizing one of the most radical and future-forward eco-innovation approaches ever seen on the live stage, Creating Equilibrium’s mission is critical—accelerate our better tomorrow.” Proceeds from the event will be invested into environmental innovations through Creating Equilibrium’s incubator, EQ Ventures, dedicated to supporting impact entrepreneurs with radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues. The incubator will provide startups with mentoring and training, as well as an initial investment and possible follow-on funding. Lake Tahoe will also serve as the backdrop for the Village Green festival, a free, immersive experience for all that unites storied musical talent, eco-visionaries, culinary culture, and experiential art, including a floating, multimedia installation set on the crystal clear waters of the lake. Creating Equilibrium’s Saturday evening concert features a performance by the supergroup, Secret Stash. 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. Joining them on stage is the band Dispatch who just released their celebrated sixth album, “America, Location 12,” the band returns to the road on their first national tour in five years. They will play their only California appearance at Creating Equilibrium. Rounding out the weekend’s list of musicians is R&B singer-songwriter, Allen Stone. The Secret Stash, Dispatch and Allen Stone concert will be open to the public, with general admission and VIP tickets available now at http://www.creatingequilibrium.com. “We are profoundly honored to welcome Creating Equilibrium to Squaw Valley and are excited to see the impact that comes from the incredible ideas and worldly thought leaders participating in the event,” said Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. “A core part of our mission is to act as stewards of these legendary mountains. Not only is Squaw Valley an incredible backdrop for a world-class event, but we also share Creating Equilibrium’s goal of fostering radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues.” For up-to-the-minute details and to see the latest highlights, visit http://www.creatingequilibrium.com. The Squaw Valley Institute (SVI), a founding co-presenter of Creating Equilibrium, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting the community through inspirational programming celebrating the environment, arts, wellness, education and adventure. The goal is to enrich our mountain culture and inspire uncommon conversations to effect innovative and authentic change for a stronger future. SVI memberships are available that include admission to most events. For information about how to become an SVI member and upcoming SVI programming visit http://www.squawvalleyinstitute.org. About Squaw Valley | Alpine Meadows Voted ‘Best Ski Resort’ in North America for the second year in a row by USA Today and 10Best Readers’ Choice 2017, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is an internationally renowned mountain resort in North Lake Tahoe that spans over 6,000 skiable acres. The resort features slopeside lodging at The Village at Squaw Valley®, which bustles year round with nonstop events and nearly 60 bars, restaurants and boutiques. With an annual average of 450 inches of snowfall and 300 sunny days, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is known as the spring skiing capital as it provides one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in Lake Tahoe. Skiers and riders of all ability levels are welcomed by over 65 percent beginner and intermediate terrain, 14 easy-to-navigate mountain zones and a custom app to make the most of every visit. Visit squawalpine.com or call 1.800.403.0206 to learn more. About CREATING EQUILIBRIUM Creating Equilibrium is a three-day, solutions-focused, innovation forum—an insight incubator disguised as a conference, concert, and immersive festival. The goal of the event? Foster radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues. Build bridges between world-renowned technologists and world-saving environmentalists. Invite business, industry and government into the discussion. Accelerate our better tomorrow in Squaw Valley in Lake Tahoe, CA August 25-27, 2017. Creating Equilibrium was founded by Steven Kotler, a journalist, author, and entrepreneur with expertise in science, technology and culture; Gabrielle Hull, a technology entrepreneur with an MBA from Stanford University who invests in people and ideas that foster change in our natural and social environment; Matt Reardon, Executive Director of the Squaw Valley Institute; and Antony Randall, an entertainment industry production executive with a passion for social impact, innovation, and the environment. The inaugural event will be held in partnership with Squaw Valley Institute, Squaw Valley - Alpine Meadows, and Noise Pop. For more information, visit http://www.creatingequilibrium.com.


LAKE TAHOE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--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. This three-day event—a radical solutions forum, immersive laboratory, and music festival—features some of the top minds on the planet, and is aimed at crafting and funding real-world solutions to the ecological challenges America now faces. Visions, Creating Equilibrium’s two-day innovation forum on August 26 and 27, will be hosted by New York Times bestselling author, Pulitzer Prize nominee, and Creating Equilibrium co-founder Steven Kotler; and a host of culture-shaping thought leaders, including: "Our core strategy is deceptively simple,” says Kotler, “we build bridges. Our goal is to bridge gaps between traditionally isolated domains—environmental science, technology, business, government and academia. Utilizing one of the most radical and future-forward eco-innovation approaches ever seen on the live stage, Creating Equilibrium’s mission is critical—accelerate our better tomorrow.” Proceeds from the event will be invested into environmental innovations through Creating Equilibrium’s incubator, EQ Ventures, dedicated to supporting impact entrepreneurs with radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues. The incubator will provide startups with mentoring and training, as well as an initial investment and possible follow-on funding. Lake Tahoe will also serve as the backdrop for the Village Green festival, a free, immersive experience for all that unites storied musical talent, eco-visionaries, culinary culture, and experiential art, including a floating, multimedia installation set on the crystal clear waters of the lake. Creating Equilibrium’s Saturday evening concert features a performance by the supergroup, Secret Stash. 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. Joining them on stage is the band Dispatch who just released their celebrated sixth album, “America, Location 12,” the band returns to the road on their first national tour in five years. They will play their only California appearance at Creating Equilibrium. Rounding out the weekend’s list of musicians is R&B singer-songwriter, Allen Stone. The Secret Stash, Dispatch and Allen Stone concert will be open to the public, with general admission and VIP tickets available now at www.creatingequilibrium.com. “We are profoundly honored to welcome Creating Equilibrium to Squaw Valley and are excited to see the impact that comes from the incredible ideas and worldly thought leaders participating in the event,” said Andy Wirth, president and CEO of Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows. “A core part of our mission is to act as stewards of these legendary mountains. Not only is Squaw Valley an incredible backdrop for a world-class event, but we also share Creating Equilibrium’s goal of fostering radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues.” For up-to-the-minute details and to see the latest highlights, visit www.creatingequilibrium.com. The Squaw Valley Institute (SVI), a founding co-presenter of Creating Equilibrium, is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting the community through inspirational programming celebrating the environment, arts, wellness, education and adventure. The goal is to enrich our mountain culture and inspire uncommon conversations to effect innovative and authentic change for a stronger future. SVI memberships are available that include admission to most events. For information about how to become an SVI member and upcoming SVI programming visit www.squawvalleyinstitute.org. Voted ‘Best Ski Resort’ in North America for the second year in a row by USA Today and 10Best Readers’ Choice 2017, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is an internationally renowned mountain resort in North Lake Tahoe that spans over 6,000 skiable acres. The resort features slopeside lodging at The Village at Squaw Valley®, which bustles year round with nonstop events and nearly 60 bars, restaurants and boutiques. With an annual average of 450 inches of snowfall and 300 sunny days, Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows is known as the spring skiing capital as it provides one of the longest ski and snowboard seasons in Lake Tahoe. Skiers and riders of all ability levels are welcomed by over 65 percent beginner and intermediate terrain, 14 easy-to-navigate mountain zones and a custom app to make the most of every visit. Visit squawalpine.com or call 1.800.403.0206 to learn more. Creating Equilibrium is a three-day, solutions-focused, innovation forum—an insight incubator disguised as a conference, concert, and immersive festival. The goal of the event? Foster radical new approaches to solving critical environmental issues. Build bridges between world-renowned technologists and world-saving environmentalists. Invite business, industry and government into the discussion. Accelerate our better tomorrow in Squaw Valley in Lake Tahoe, CA August 25-27, 2017. Creating Equilibrium was founded by Steven Kotler, a journalist, author, and entrepreneur with expertise in science, technology and culture; Gabrielle Hull, a technology entrepreneur with an MBA from Stanford University who invests in people and ideas that foster change in our natural and social environment; Matt Reardon, Executive Director of the Squaw Valley Institute; and Antony Randall, an entertainment industry production executive with a passion for social impact, innovation, and the environment. The inaugural event will be held in partnership with Squaw Valley Institute, Squaw Valley - Alpine Meadows, and Noise Pop. For more information, visit www.creatingequilibrium.com.


Watson J.E.M.,University of Queensland | Watson J.E.M.,Wildlife Conservation Society | Dudley N.,University of Queensland | Dudley N.,Equilibrium | And 4 more authors.
Nature | Year: 2014

Originally conceived to conserve iconic landscapes and wildlife, protected areas are now expected to achieve an increasingly diverse set of conservation, social and economic objectives. The amount of land and sea designated as formally protected has markedly increased over the past century, but there is still a major shortfall in political commitments to enhance the coverage and effectiveness of protected areas. Financial support for protected areas is dwarfed by the benefits that they provide, but these returns depend on effective management. A step change involving increased recognition, funding, planning and enforcement is urgently needed if protected areas are going to fulfil their potential. © 2014 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved.


Goebel J.A.,Equilibrium
Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery (United States) | Year: 2016

Ménière's disease is a disorder of the inner ear that causes attacks of vertigo and hearing loss, tinnitus, aural fullness in the involved ear. Over the past 4 decades, the Equilibrium Committee of the AAO-HNS has issued guidelines for diagnostic criteria, with the latest version being published in 1995. These criteria were reviewed in 2015 by the Equilibrium Committee, and revisions were approved at the recent meeting of the committee at the 2015 AAO-HNSF Annual Meeting. The following commentary outlines the amended and approved criteria. © 2015 Official journal of the American Academy of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery Foundation.


Bhagwat S.A.,University of Oxford | Dudley N.,Equilibrium | Harrop S.R.,University of Kent
Conservation Letters | Year: 2011

Biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation both have moral agendas. World religions have historically advocated ethical and moral codes of conduct, which can be supportive of these objectives. But can religions play a direct role in conservation and development? We examine the potential of religions in facilitating biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation. A quantitative analysis of countries represented within Conservation International's list of Biodiversity Hotspots suggests a high level of plurality of religious following, but also a significant need for economic development and environmental conservation. Although attitudes of religions toward conservation and development vary widely, and some fundamentalist elements within religions can contradict moral agendas of conservation and development, we suggest that partnerships between conservation and development organizations and mainstream, as well as minor, faith groups might provide a positive force. Such partnerships can render greater public legitimacy and provide capability tomobilize mass support for biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation. © 2011 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


Patent
Equilibrium | Date: 2015-10-09

An automatic graphics delivery system that operates in parallel with an existing Web site infrastructure is provided. The system streamlines the post-production process by automating the production of media through content generation procedures controlled by proprietary tags placed by an author within URLs embedded within Web documents.


Patent
Equilibrium | Date: 2013-01-28

An automatic graphics delivery system that operates in parallel with an existing Web site infrastructure is provided. The system streamlines the post-production process by automating the production of media through content generation procedures controlled by proprietary tags placed by an author within URLs embedded within Web documents.


Patent
Equilibrium | Date: 2013-01-18

An architecture is disclosed that enables users to upload videos directly from a camera or from saved videos from most video devices into video channels and automatically publish and notify to all who subscribe to channels or follow accounts. Embodiments allow users to share videos to social services, such as Facebook and Twitter, automatically display in embedded channels on any Website, directly to a Facebook or other developed applications using an Application Program Interface (API). Users can search, subscribe, view, and manage their video channels and videos, and modify their associated metadata content from anywhere.


News Article | February 24, 2017
Site: co.newswire.com

​Managers at Equilibrium Marketing Solutions recently announced that several associates were being promoted to training managers. This is in advance of two new outreach campaigns and travel to the owner's conference. “It’s always an honor to recognize key employees with the opportunity to advance,” said Brandon, Equilibrium Marketing Solutions’ President. “These four individuals have demonstrated they are up to the task of growing our firm.” Brandon announced that the following staff members have been appointed training managers: Jonathan G., Logan V., Sheilyn K., and Loralie D. As Brandon explained, each of these people will now be building their own teams and taking responsibility for training and development. “These employees are great examples of what we do each day at Equilibrium Marketing Solutions,” stated Brandon. “They are punctual, professional, excel in goal attainment, have positive attitudes, and are always excited to learn and grow.” According to Brandon, the timing for their promotions is perfect, as the team is now lending their voices to two new outreach campaigns: Operation Smile and Save the Children. “Operation Smile is fittingly named because they provide surgeries around the world to repair cleft palates or cleft lips,” Brandon explained. “They literally restore smiles to children who suffer from this disfiguring birth defect.” “Save The Children is the organization that goes into the midst of war-torn regions or those without basic necessities such as clean water,” stated Brandon. “They help ensure that children living in these areas have an opportunity to grow and thrive in healthier, safer conditions.” “We look forward to starting personal conversations and gaining support for the good work these organizations do.” Brandon announced that members of the team would be attending the owners meeting in California at the end of February. “These conferences are jam-packed with learning and knowledge sharing,” he stated. “We’re focused on attaining new techniques and networking with other owners and industry leaders.” One key behavior that the owners refine is goal-setting. Brandon was excited to share how Equilibrium Marketing Solutions is planning to expand into Florida this year. He also noted that there would be more assistant owners by April. Two employees were tapped for consideration: Melissa L. and Jack A. “We’re branching out, always learning, and always ready for the next adventure,” Brandon enthused. “It’s all part of our vision to make a difference.” Equilibrium Marketing Solutions builds support for the causes of charitable agencies and social impact businesses. The team provides an on-the-ground presence for these groups through event-based outreach. They use their voices to raise awareness and get people talking. This marketing and consulting services firm is growing quickly, giving greater reach to issues such as child poverty and sustainable foods. Its mission is to foster lasting engagement between brands and their supporters, with the vision of movement toward a brighter future for all. Visit equilibriummktingsolutions.com to learn more about how these brand ambassadors are spurring change. About http://equilibriummktingsolutions.com.

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