The information shared at Bioneers 2022 will regularly be tied to actions you can take in order to grow important movements. On this page, you’ll find featured campaigns and action items related to the work of Bioneers 2022 speakers. Check back often! New campaigns will be added throughout the event.

Support The Association of Ramaytush Ohlone

The Bioneers 2022 in-person event takes place on Ramaytush Ohlone ancestral land.

Learn more and support.

Tell Attorney General Ellison & Gov. Walz: Drop the Charges Against Water Protectors

Hundreds of water protectors are currently facing criminal charges in Minnesota for standing in defense of the water, the climate, and the treaty rights of the Anishinaabeg people. These individuals put their bodies on the line to stop Enbridge’s Line 3 pipeline, a massive tar sands project that threatens the state’s lakes, rivers, aquifers and wild rice beds.

Sign the Petition to Drop the Charges

Join Earth Uprising

Earth uprising is a team of young people who want to save the planet.

Join them.

Support Daily Acts

Daily Acts connects people and builds community through education, action, and policy change that address the climate crisis to create a livable future for all.


Attend a Center for Democratic and Environmental Rights Training

CDER offers trainings on democratic rights and community rights, and the rights of nature. Its training workshops are available for communities, NGOs, lawyers, academics, activists, and government officials around the world.

Learn more.

Support the Bring Back the Beaver Campaign

In order to improve water supply for humans and the environment and increase resilience to drought and climate change, OAEC’s WATER Institute is working to integrate their management into California policy and regulation.

Learn more.

Get Involved With

350 is building a future that’s just, prosperous, equitable and safe from the effects of the climate crisis. Stay in the loop and meet like-minded activists to tackle climate-related issues.

Get Involved.

Browse PolicyLink’s Resources

Find featured publications, webinars, news, and tools to assist you with advocating for public investments to create economic opportunity and healthy communities; integrating data into policy initiatives; and advancing policies and strategies to build an economy in which everyone can participate and prosper.

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Take the pledge to #EndAmazonCrude

Did you know that airlines, cars, food delivery and parcel trucks in California are running on oil exported from the Amazon rainforest? In 2020, about 50% of the crude oil from Ecuador, Peru, and Colombia was exported to California. On average, that’s the equivalent of 1 in 9 gallons pumped in California originated in the Amazon rainforest.

Sign the pledge and support #EndAmazonCrude.

Support PRISM

PRISM is an LGBT non-profit organization centered in South Florida. It aims to provide LGBTQ+ youth in South Florida and beyond with the education and support they need to live a happy, healthy life.


Get Updates from Pristine Seas

Our oceans are threatened by pollution, overfishing, and climate change.  Even though the ocean covers approximately 70 percent of our planet, less than eight percent is protected. The mission of the Pristine Seas project, launched in 2008 by National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala, is to explore and protect the ocean’s last wild places. Since the project began, it has conducted 30 scientific expeditions and worked with world leaders to inspire the creation of 22 marine reserves that protect more than five million square kilometers (1,930,510 square miles).

Sign up for updates and support.

Join Daughters for Earth

Daughters was co-founded by female leaders in the women’s rights, environmental and philanthropic sectors who came together to address the marginalization of women in climate change action. It is a campaign of One Earth, an organization working to accelerate collective action to solve the climate crisis through groundbreaking science, inspiring storytelling, and an innovative approach to climate philanthropy.


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