Breakthrough Solutions for People and Planet
The State of American Democracy Project calls us to deepen our conversation on democracy and connect those conversations with meaningful action. In the second episode of their ten-part conversation series, leading political figures explore what the current pandemic has showed us about the federal capacity to respond to climate change.
The State of American Democracy Project seeks to strengthen democratic institutions by igniting an honest conversation on equality, justice, tolerance, and fairness. The first episode of this ten-part series explores the moral foundations of democracy as the most certain way of defending the dignity of all citizens.
Frank Kanawha Lake, an Indigenous research ecologist, discusses how traditional ecological knowledge about fire and watershed ecology can guide government agencies toward more regenerative land stewardship practices.
This short video highlights regenerative ranchers and farmers who are bringing life back to working landscapes by mimicking the creative forces of nature.
Learn from a gathering of some of the world’s experts on regenerative agriculture to discuss exactly what it is and why it matters.
Dr. Rupa Marya, co-founder and Faculty Director of the Do No Harm Coalition, writes about how colonialism has fostered unsustainable and destructive relations with the land. She argues that returning land to its original Indigenous caretakers could provide a pathway to restoring balance.
In this interview with Bioneers Senior Producer J.P. Harpignies, biologist Merlin Sheldrake discusses his new, highly acclaimed book — Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds, and Shape Our Futures — and its exploration of fungi as the cosmic connectors of our world.
Can an apology release the trauma, grief, rage and disfigurement arising from past abuse? If the perpetrator does not apologize, can you still resolve or reconcile the trauma and hurt? Artist, playwright, performer and activist Eve Ensler, now known as V, chose to face these questions to resolve her own relationship with her abusive late father.
A swift move into outdoor learning may well be the only way that school districts can reopen safely with maximum enrollment while minimizing risk.
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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