The Hum Sum Updates
The Hum Sum this Summer
San Francisco, CA (May 23, 2019)
As we head into warmer weather leaving rain, snow, classrooms and conference rooms behind, nature is here to welcome us warmly. A perfect time to announce new features on the network linking global ecological innovations. As a complement to high level summit climate initiatives, The Hum Sum – Humanity Adding Solutions – targets the answers to be found in the general public. Sustainable manufacturing, pollution reduction, land erosion prevention, education, clean air, water, energy and more.
There are experts with boots on the ground who have practical ideas for improvements in systems and products. This information impacts the environment and needs to be heard, organized and accessible. Using a smart framework for forums and global to local eco-events calendar, the goal is to have key information at your fingertips and encourage collaboration near and far.
An 82-foot long sculpture of a blue whale was revealed at Crissy Field on Oct 12, 2018. This work of art was commissioned at the Monterey Bay Aquarium, which depicts the problem of plastic pollution in the ocean.
Mayor London Breed and Debbie Raphael, head of SF Environment and TheHumSum.org Co-Chair, announce Global Climate Action Summit Kick Off!
San Francisco, CA (September 5, 2018) — Mayor London N. Breed today announced groundbreaking new environmental commitments to curb greenhouse gas emissions, reduce waste, and advance green infrastructure investments to further San Francisco’s climate action...
Youth Sustainability Summit: An opportunity for young people to network with like-minded peers, attend workshops on climate action, and gain new tools to make a change in their school community. Who: Middle and high school students who want to learn more about or get...