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How many Bioneers can you spot on the Grist50 List? Tara Houska, Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, David Hochschild, Dallas Goldtooth, Rebecca Burgess – thank you for your incredible, innovative work.
Bioneers Conference Associate Producer J.P. Harpignies published a popular essay titled “The 21st Century’s Horsemen of the Apocalypse: The Four Deep Drivers of Destabilization” covering the trends he believes will be the main drivers of large-scale instability in the next few decades.
Congratulations to Bioneers Board member Xiuhtezcatl Martinez on the recent victory of the youth vs. the Colorado oil and gas commission! When he’s not in the courts shaping state policy, catch his Earth Guardian flow through your speakers – Billboard keeps us up to date with Xiuhtezcatl’s latest.
“Have you ever wondered why corporations and banks provide sponsorship for so many Indigenous educational, cultural and artistic institutions?” Bioneers Board member Clayton Thomas-Muller speaks on the dangers of corporate redwashing within indigenous communities.
What do you know about The Clean Money Revolution? Joel Solomon shares insights from his new book: “Our greatest fortune is to serve those unseen generations. Be a billionaire of good deeds, a billionaire of love.”
For the Wild interviewed Lyla June in two fascinating and deeply moving podcasts about
Resistance and Forgiveness in the Final Years of Patriarchy and the Endangered Diversity of Language and Life.
Trump may have signed Earth’s death warrant – catch the latest Van Jones: “Government must balance the interests of people’s ability to earn a living … against their ability to actually live.”
Kim Stanley Robinson envisions a future that’s closer than we like to think in New York 2140. Sea levels 50 feet higher have swamped Manhattan, but there’s a tiny thread of hope that we might float.
Down in Miami Beach, Henk Ovink offers his advice: “For us, water is energy, life, food, cities. The rest of the world, through climate change, urbanization, growth, and prosperity, is rapidly starting to understand our way of life.”
Actress Emma Watson interviews Eve Ensler about The Vagina Monologues and its continuing relevance in 2017. Catch all four parts of the interview on ELLEUK!
“By granting the Whanganui River the rights of legal personhood, the Te Awa Tupua Bill affirmed the Maori relationship with the river as a life force of its own, a spiritual place of cleansing and renewal that must be protected for the sake of its own existence.” Bioneers Indigeneity Program’s Alexis Bunten speaks on Indigeneity and the “Rights of Nature”.
Amory Lovins on Fuel Economy Standards: “Other nations won’t weaken the higher efficiency standards they’ve fitted to their circum stances and priorities, but they’ll happily take market share if we weaken ours.”
The Indigenous Environmental Network and North Coast Rivers Alliance filed suit in Federal District Court in Great Falls, Montana on Monday, March 27, challenging the Presidential Permit issued by President Trump allowing construction and operation of the Keystone XL Pipeline.