Breakthrough Solutions for People and Planet
As founder of the End Well Project, a media hub and annual interdisciplinary symposium, physician and activist Shoshana Ungerleider is working to make end of life experiences more human-centered.
Environmental educator David Orr advocates for an ecological design revolution to change how we build homes, grow food and model society, so that future generations can thrive.
Jolie Elan, founding Director of the Go Wild Institute, is drawing from her background in ecology and ethnobotany to conserve the ancient Oak life system.
Isha Clarke of Youth vs. Apocalypse discusses how their group is redesigning the climate justice movement to centralize justice and provide a platform for youth of color and Indigenous youth.
The Bioneers Indigeneity Program and Google co-sponsored an all-day "Digital Natives" workshop attended by Bay Area Native youth and chaperones kicking off the second year of the Digital Natives initiative.
Monica Gagliano shares her cutting-edge research, showing how contemporary science has finally begun lifting the veil of western assumptions by beginning to attune its ears to vegetal “voices.”
For 30 years, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of game-changing social and scientific innovators with breakthrough solutions for the world’s most pressing environmental and social challenges. A celebration of the genius of nature and human ingenuity, Bioneers connects people with solutions and each other through our acclaimed annual national conference, award-winning media, local Bioneers Network events, and visionary programs and initiatives. Learn more about Bioneers.
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