It’s All Connected is a kaleidoscopic view into the heart of nature and human ingenuity. As the naturalist John Muir once wrote, “In nature everything is hitched to everything else.” It’s all connected. Taking care of people means taking care of nature – and taking care of nature means taking care of people. Nature bats last, the saying goes. But even more importantly, it’s her playing field. We would be wise to learn the ground rules and how to play by them. “It’s All Connected” portrays a future environment of hope.
These dynamic and diverse half-hour keynote videos from the acclaimed annual Bioneers conference depict a practical vision of how we can restore the health and balance to the interdependence of natural and human systems. They’re complemented by hand-picked half-hour radio programs from the award-winning radio series, “The Bioneers: Revolution From the Heart of Nature,” and by the Bioneers book series.
It’s All Connected introduces you to remarkable innovators demonstrating a myriad of successful approaches to restoring people and planet. They span diverse fields of human endeavor and come from many diverse cultures, professions and walks of life. They’re often “the greatest people you never heard of.” This set of over six hours of groundbreaking presentations reveals the leading edges of subjects as diverse as ecological design, biomimicry, climate change solutions, clean technology, social justice, racial healing, ecological medicine, indigenous wisdom, green business, local living economies and restorative food systems.
It’s All Connected will renew your sense of wonder as well as your faith in people. After all, we protect what we love. “It’s All Connected” is an indispensable collection.
“All of the survival techniques we learned about our relations to cultivars and everything at this hour stands in peril. And our relationship to wild plan...View»
“I believe that plants have a role to play in promoting wellness. I believe that they can be used to treat many conditions. A couple of examples: they use...View»
"In this eye-opening tour de force, Janine Benyus reminds us that life’s “mission statement” is to create conditions conducive to life. B...View»
”We were invited to train an Amazon Indian tribe in how to use Google Earth to save the rainforest, protect their culture and preserve their history. We t...View»
“The more we learn about how ecosystems operate, the more sustainably we can design our cities. Los Angeles was going to spend 20 billion dollars in disin...View»