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The Parkland students have called for a national March for Our Lives on March 24, in Washington, D.C., with sister marches around the country. They have raised over $3 million to support the organizing effort.
At the age of 87, the legendary organizer and United Farm Workers (UFW) co-founder Dolores Huerta is an American hero whose life’s work, amazingly, is still not done. Peter Bratt (Director) and Carlos Santana (Producer) tell her story in the new documentary Dolores, finally giving her the rightful place in history she deserves.
In business, we have the opportunity to nurture human relationships and a spirit of common purpose. We don’t have to agree about everything, but we have everything to gain from each other.
Brower Youth Award winner Dejah Powell is fostering a love for the environment.
Food waste is a major problem in America. We spoke with the owners of The Root Café about their restaurant and how they tackle food waste.
In 2014, Manuel Pastor delivered a Bioneers keynote—which is still applicable today—about how to build a successful social movement.
In the following interview, I asked Carl Anthony and Dr. Paloma Pavel how their expertise in advocating for social justice can inform the equitable implementation of environmental literacy in California. Below is a lightly edited version of that interview.
Ecologist and author Carl Safina reminds us that we are not on this planet alone as he illustrates how similar we are to the nonhuman animals, particularly mammals, in the world. We all think, feel, and act, yet humans rarely stop to consider how our actions affect other living creatures.
Anthropologist, Jeremy Narby, explores the presence of intelligence in nature through his experiences working and living with Askaninka people in the Peruvian Amazon. Although he admits that Western cultures may not be ready to fully embrace animism, he offers advice for harmonious, responsible living with all of the planet’s species.