Center for Environmental Reporting

Farmer Panel - After the Fire (Gravenstein Apple Fair 2018)
Clark Wolfe from Bee-Well Farms leads a group discussion with Let's Go Farm, HALTER, and Fire Chief Tony Gossner about how farms in the North Bay are adapting to life after the 2017 North Bay Wildfires.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bettina Boxall joins Felicia Marcus, Chair of California’s State Water Resources Control Board, Abby Taylor-Silva, Vice President of Policy and Communications at the Grower-Shipper Association of Central California, and Bruny Mora, alumni of University of California...
February 10, 2016. KRISTINA HILL, (Associate Professor of UC Berkeley Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning and Urban Design) is a theorist, designer and planner who specializes in the application of ecological and geomorphological principles in urban adaptation to sea level rise and oth...
Bioneers 2015: Building Green Blocs and Justice Bioneers
As one of the nation’s greatest change-makers, former California State Senator Tom Hayden will describe the political evolution of California’s pace-setting clean energy economy as a model for a Green Bloc of states. Nationally and globally, California is attempting to survive climate change and bui...
Bioneers 2015: Junior Walk - Youth Leadership
Junior Walk, a Brower Youth Award Winner, discusses his involvement with the Appalachian resistance to the coal mining industry and mountain-top removal. This speech was given at the 2015 Bioneers Annual Conference. Since 1990, Bioneers has acted as a fertile hub of social and scientific innovators...
Bioneers 2015: Crowdsourcing the Feminine Intelligence of the Planet
Growing up in rural Wisconsin, Jensine Larsen scoured news publications for the voices of women teachers. When she couldn’t find them, at 19 she took off for the Amazon, where she gathered stories and shared them back home through outlets such as NPR and Air America. Larsen brims with excitement abo...
Bioneers 2015: Reclaiming Our Indigeneity and Our Place in Modern Society
Eriel Deranger, a tireless, passionate activist for the rights of Indigenous people, Communications Coordinator of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN), a community of 1,200 people living downstream from the largest industrial project on the planet, the Alberta Tar Sands, has been on the fron...
Bioneers 2015: Andy Lipkis - Navigating Adaptation and Resilience
As founder and President of L.A.’s legendary TreePeople, Andy Lipkis has brought visionary solutions to the once-poster child of municipal environmental dysfunction. Inventing the citizen forestry movement and engaging hundreds of thousands of Angelenos, over decades he has systematically demonstrat...
Judgment in Paris: Federal Climate Change Legislation
Representative Mike Thompson discussed the history of climate change legislation, specifically on the American Clean Energy and Security Act of 2009 and the events leading from then to the historic agreement in Paris during the Leadership Institute's January Speakers Series. Congressman Mike Thompso...
Bioneers 2015: Malik Yakini (introduced by Greg Watson)
Malik Yakini, Founder and Executive Director of the Detroit Black Community Food Security Network, talks about urban agriculture and the positive effect it can have on community health and empowerment.
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