Breakthrough Solutions for People and Planet
Dr. Shane Gero, a visionary marine biologist, is angling to crack the code of sperm whale communication. His mind-bending research is transforming what we thought we knew about these ancient leviathans. What can whale culture teach us, and can deep listening help us learn to coexist respectfully in kinship with these guardians of the deep?
This week’s newsletter explores all things plastic, from its revolutionary start to becoming a global crisis.
Explore the urgent issue of plastic pollution as leading experts expose industry-driven myths and offer real solutions in this in-depth conversation from the 2023 Bioneers Conference.
A primary source of microplastic pollution is synthetic fibers, produced and promoted by the apparel and textile industry.
Their efforts follow a historic vote to end drilling in parts of Yasuni National Park, but uncontacted families and other Indigenous groups remain at risk from oil exploration.
A Q&A with Karla McLaren, M.Ed., about her upcoming Bioneers Learning course, Honoring Your Emotional Ecosystem.
The Rights of Nature movement launched internationally in 2006 and is growing fast. In this program, Native American attorneys, Frank Bibeau and Samantha Skenandore, and legal movement leader Thomas Linzey report from the front lines how they are honing their strategies to protect natural systems for future generations.
Manicured lawns are a mainstay of American homeownership. However, the average American lawn belies nefarious roots in settler colonialism and white supremacy. In this article, Bioneers Indigeneity Program co-director Alexis Bunten breaks down the why and how of decolonizing your yard.
In his book, Different: Gender Through the Eyes of a Primatologist, world-renowned primatologist Frans de Waal draws on decades of observation and studies of both human and animal behavior to argue that despite the linkage between gender and biological sex, biology does not automatically support the traditional gender roles in human societies.
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