Dayna Reggero

Latest posts from Dayna Reggero

  • Asheville Renaissance Hotel

    Asheville Loves Pollinators

    A new video and piece on pollinators and/in the community (including Renaissance Asheville Hotel) from Climate Listening Project organizer/producer Dayna Reggero kicks off National Pollinator Week.
  • Climate Summit

    Asheville Climate Conversations Update

    The Collider opens downtown, Dr. Katharine Hayhoe visits Asheville, and a new video from the Climate Listening Project!
  • New Video from Climate Listening Project Southeast Tour

    It has been one year since I began filming and sharing climate stories for the Climate Listening Project. We just released a new video connecting food, farming and climate change.
  • Asheville Featured in New Video

    In this latest video from the Climate Listening Project we aim to encourage the kind dialogue which Pope Francis recently called for. Communities of faith have a significant role at the heart of many of these conversations and hopefully this video can help kick-start meaningful dialogues.
  • Asheville Event Celebrates People, Planet + Prosperity

    A dynamic group of nature-based businesses are presenting at the 2015 Accelerating Appalachia Pitch Party on Thursday, May 14th with special guest Judy Wicks, co-founder of Business Alliance for Local Living Economies (BALLE) and author of, “Good Morning Beautiful Business”.
  • Vote for Asheville's Climate Collider in NC Spaces for Innovation Challenge

    You may have heard about the new Climate Collider coming this fall to downtown Asheville – it is a finalist in the Institute for Emerging Issues “North Carolina Spaces for Innovation” Challenge.
  • Climate Listening Project: Accelerating Nature-Based Business

    Accelerating Appalachia, the world’s first nature-based business accelerator, connecting innovative businesses, investors and mentors aligned with people, place and prosperity.
  • Meet Dayna Reggero + The WNC Climate Listening Project

    I'm excited to share stories here on Asheville Grit. I'm starting with the Climate Listening Project because it showcases a bit of who I am and what inspires me.