It probably shouldn’t come as a surprise that Bioneers faculty – the visionary leaders who speak on panels and deliver keynotes at the annual Bioneers conference – have been appearing a lot in the press recently. Here’s a selection from the past few tumultuous weeks:
The Guardian published an op-ed by Eve Ensler: “The Women’s March heralds a renaissance of resistance.”
John Roulac of Nutiva published an article in EcoWatch, “Spaceship Earth, Your Main Oxygen Systems Are Collapsing,” about the promise of soil carbon sequestration.
Eriel Deranger and Xiuhtezcatl Martinez were interviewed by the BBC about Trump’s executive action to move forward the Dakota Access Pipeline.
CNBC quoted the Indigenous Environmental Network – led by Dallas Goldtooth, Tom Goldtooth, and Candi Mossett – in an article about US military veterans opposing the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Joan Blades, founder of MoveOn.org, published an article about Living Room Conversations and the importance of finding common ground in the Huffington Post.
CNN published an Op-Ed by Michael Brune, Executive Director of the Sierra Club, condemning Trump’s attacks on the Environmental Protection Agency.
Bill McKibben published an Op-Ed in the New Yorker about the Trump Administration’s “last gasp effort” to undo America’s environmental laws. He also published an article in Wired Magazine about Trump’s attack on the Paris Climate Accord.