TODAY ONLY: We’re extending super early bird ticket prices!
2019 CONFERENCE OCTOBER 18th-20th Marin Center • San Rafael, CA
If you haven't yet, take a moment to check out our growing list of programs and incredible keynote speakers for Bioneers 2019. This year will mark our 30th anniversary Conference, where attendees will have the opportunity to hear from visionaries on an array of important issues, including 350.org's Bill McKibben, the Sunrise Movement's Varshini Prakash, Project Drawdown's Paul Hawken, Honor the Earth's Winona LaDuke, and so many more.
Due to high demand, we're extending our best ticket deal of the year—for today only! When you register now, you'll receive 15% off our already deeply discounted tickets to Bioneers 2019. Don't miss your last chance to get this fantastic deal!
If you register soon, you could be one of the last few purchasers given free access to one of our most popular books, "Nature's Operating Instructions." This giveaway is only available to the first 200 people who register, and tickets are going fast.
We look forward to learning and finding inspiration with you in October!
Co-Director, Cooperation Jackson
An organizer, educator, and writer for human rights and social justice, Kali Akuno is the co-founder and Co-Director of Jackson, Mississippi’s groundbreaking local economic development initiative, Cooperation Jackson, an emerging network of worker cooperatives and supporting institutions fighting to create economic democracy and a vibrant solidarity economy to help transform Mississippi and the South. Kali previously served as the Director of Special Projects in the administration of the late, renowned progressive Jackson, Mississippi Mayor, Chokwe Lumumba, focusing on the development of eco-friendly and human rights-enhancing policies in the city. Kali also previously served as the Co-Director of the U.S. Human Rights Network and as Executive Director of the Peoples' Hurricane Relief Fund in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina. Kali is also the co-editor of Jackson Rising: the Struggle for Economic Democracy and Black Self-Determination in Jackson, MS, and numerous articles.