At the end of Day 3 of the 2017 Bioneers Conference, we’re tapping into our emotions. We’re ready to dig deep.
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Day 2 of Bioneers 2017 challenged us to think about the ways in which our systems — legal, infrastructural, societal — fail to serve each individual. Here are just some of our highlights.
At the end of the first day of our 2017 Bioneers Conference, we’re feeling invigorated. Many of us have already made new, dear friends and learned lessons we’ll take home with us and share. We’ve heard stories that have moved us, and shared some of our own, too.
In her book, Courtney Martin writes about living a life of purpose, determining what is truly important, and defining and re-defining what it means to be “better off.”
The Open Source Seed Initiative was created to ensure some crop genetic diversity cannot be locked away from use by intellectual property rights.
ESG financial advisor and Bioneer Thomas Van Dyck says the clean energy revolution is coming, and every individual can be a part of it.
(This article is reposted with permission from Starhawk.org) Sacred fire, that shapes this land, Summer teacher, winter friend. Protect us as we learn anew, To work, to heal, to live with you. This is the chant we sing each summer as part of the fire protection ritual we do on my land in Western Sonoma …
“Agrobiodiversity—the edible plant and animal species that feed each and every one of us—holds the key to future food security,” said Ann Tutwiler, Director General of Bioversity International, “But we are failing to protect it, and tap into its potential to transform our food system for the better.”
In “Eye of the Albatross,” Carl Safina tracks the adventures and life of an albatross named Amelia.