The Bodhi Tree Foundation will host a special event next week featuring a conversation with actor and UN Ambassador to Biodiversity Edward Norton.

The inaugural Intimate Dinner with The Bodhi Tree Foundation will be held in New York City on May 7, 2012.

The event will bring together approximately 150 travelers, global humanitarians and conservationists to celebrate the power of travel and the grassroots organizations that are helping to safeguard cultural and natural heritage for future generations.

This exceptional evening, which will be held at Tom Colicchio's celebrated Riverpark, will offer advocates and passionate travelers alike the opportunity to learn about how sustainable tourism is transforming the world of travel in dynamic and positive ways.

The event will include appearances by other special guests – such as author and explorer Peter Matthiessen – live and silent auctions, as well as a presentation honoring The Bodhi Tree Foundation’s 2012 grant recipients: Cambodia Living Arts, Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust and the Southern Environmental Association of Belize.

Tickets are $500 each and will benefit The Bodhi Tree Foundation’s global sustainability efforts. Find out more here.

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