Breakthrough Solutions for People and Planet
This week, we uplift the voices of some of the leaders at the forefront of conservation and biodiversity advocacy.
In this article, Carly Vynne talks with Teo Grossman about the need to prioritize biodiversity in the pursuit of global climate justice.
Institutionalized farming practices have degraded soils across the U.S. and globally. We face a fork in the road: collapse or regeneration? Biologist Ann Biklé and geologist David Montgomery show how solutions residing in nature surpass our conception of what’s even possible.
This week, we share solutions from conservationists and protectors who specialize in oceanic ecosystems.
Within the past 10 years, most of the planet’s coral reef population has been affected by bleaching, with many areas dying due to bleaching events. Preserving and protecting Earth’s coral reefs is enormously important: Healthy reefs are relied upon by a quarter of all the fish in the ocean, they protect coastlines from erosion, and they provide food and jobs for hundreds of millions of people.
Whenever I hear something that rings true and comes from two distinct traditions, I pay attention. Many years ago, a friend of mine related to me a Buddhist metaphor about the interconnectedness of life that suggests that every ant had been your mother in a past life for so many cycles that the milk that…
Carolina Putnam is the founder and Director of Reviveolution, based in Peru that works with an intercultural team of Indigenous wisdom-keepers, inspiring leaders, and global pioneers committed to a socially and ecologically thriving world.
Dr. Whendee Silver of UC Berkeley is researching the bio-geochemical effects of climate change and human impacts on the environment, and the potential for mitigating these effects. Whendee is currently working with the Marin Carbon Project to establish a scientific basis for carbon farming practices that, if implemented globally, could have a significant impact on mitigating climate change.
Malik Yakini, Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, will explore how the current industrial food system that supplies most of our food creates inequities, based in part on the social construct we call “race.” He will share wise perspectives on addressing racism, thinking beyond the logic of capitalism and how we…
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