In 20xx May Boeve was a student at Middlebury College when she and several peers teamed up with one of their professors, a writer named Bill McKibben, to launch an organization aimed at catalyzing a global climate movement: 350.org. Here’s what’s happened since.
Author of the recently released Slow Medicine: A Way to Healing, Sweet shared with us what she sees as our biggest reason to hope right now and how we can all benefit from slowing down.
The following is an excerpt from my forthcoming book, Decolonizing Wealth. The book offers not just a provocative analysis of the dysfunctional colonial dynamics at play in philanthropy and finance, but also a potential road to transformation guided by Indigenous wisdom: Seven Steps to Healing. I hope this little appetizer makes you hungry for the book.
Read a transcript from Marya’s presentation at Bioneers 2017, where she discussed her work to understand how societal influences impact the health of communities and what medicine and medical practitioners can do to take those influences into account.
Join Kenny Ausubel, Nina Simons, Joshua Fouts and the Bioneers community of leadership for the 2018 Bioneers Awards Dinner, a rousing celebration and mythic meal with food provided by conscious companies supplying fresh, local, sustainably grown produce to honor these true Bioneers heroes and sheroes.
Lively, funny, and deeply researched, Ashton Applewhite’s book “This Chair Rocks” traces her journey from apprehensive boomer to pro-aging radical, and in the process debunks myth after myth about late life.
The Global Climate Action Summit is descending on the Bay Area during the middle of September. Conceived of and hosted by California Governor Jerry Brown, the official event is designed to be a momentum builder towards 2020, a major milestone for the Paris Climate Commitment.
Kate Sutherland’s latest book, We Can Do This! 10 Tools to Unleash Our Collective Genius, is about unleashing our immense potential by harnessing the power of “group work” through tried-and-true frameworks for working together better.
Every year, Earth Island Institute’s New Leaders Initiative selects six young people from North America for their outstanding work in activism, campaigns, organizing and leadership in the environmental movement.
As the Community Youth Organizing Coordinator for Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth (RJOY), Jodie Geddes is using a framework that meets the needs and responsibilities of all involved so that relationships and community can be repaired.