Join LoaTree as we host another installment of Green Drinks on Tuesday, May 21st from 6-8pm at Workzones (351 Paseo Nuevo, 2nd Floor, Santa Barbara, CA). This month’s featured guest is Adam C. Hall, who will be giving a talk: “Undeveloping the Future: Realizing Tomorrow’s Promise Today.” Adam will also introduce his new book, The Earthkeeper – Undeveloping the Future: The Extraordinary Story of an Earth Conqueror Turned Preservationist Who Uncovers Our True Nature and Reveals the Creative Power of the Universe.
Mr. Hall is the Founding Steward and Managing Partner of The EarthKeeper Alliance, a for-profit investment fund that works to acquire large tracts of well-located pristine land in the United States that is slated for development. EarthKeeper then ensures that this land forever remains in its natural undeveloped state.
Before founding EarthKeeper, Mr. Hall had achieved the American Dream in all its glory, but woke up to the nightmare of his own life condition. Once a financial power broker and real-estate developer, Adam undertook a life-changing metamorphosis that would ultimately alter his mind-set from Earth Conqueror to Earth Guardian.
Mr. Hall formed Renaissance Holdings in 1989, a Regional Real Estate Development and Investment Banking Firm. Since that time, Mr. Hall has acquired, developed, and redeveloped a broad range of real estate asset classes, including land development. He also has extensive expertise in structured finance, having raised in excess of $1.5 billion in equity and debt from private and institutional sources alike, resulting in an exceptionally broad range of high net worth and institutional capital relationships. In 2007, guided by his new perspective as an Earth steward, he began to acquire large tracts of land for conservation undevelopment. Mr. Hall has 27 years of expertise in all facets of real estate.
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