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Earth Is `Ohana has been made possible and is inspired by the organizations below.
The Spiritual Ecology Fellowship
The Spiritual Ecology Fellowship is an initiative of Kalliopeia Foundation, developed to support its mission to create a future where universal spiritual values form the foundation of how we care for our common home.
The Fellowship seeks emerging young leaders and innovators who recognize the need to create a future that is not driven by materialism and greed, but rooted in the spiritual values of reverence for nature, interconnectedness, stewardship, compassion and service.
For The Wild
For The Wild preserves and strengthens the integrity of Earth’s natural communities through land conservation and ecological restoration. Powered by community efforts and bioregional native plants nurseries, its work centers around the reforestation and diversification of degraded landscapes, informed by Traditional Ecological Knowledge. For The Wild conducts ecological research to improve restoration techniques and to adapt them to our rapidly changing climate and human landscape.
At SustainUS, we believe that young people should have a voice in the policy decisions that will shape our future. Our core program, Agents of Change, sends US youth delegations to advocate for justice and sustainability in United Nations meetings on sustainable development, climate change, eradicating poverty, biodiversity loss, and women’s rights. We are also developing new programs to support domestic organizing, including advocacy trainings, leadership development, and youth media production.
The International Youth Initiative Program
The International Youth Initiative Program (YIP) is primarily concerned with strengthening the capacity of young people to take an active role in fostering positive cultural, social, environmental and economic change that will benefit all sections of society and eliminating social injustice, poverty and inequality. YIP is global in scope and international in concept and sees real benefits in bringing young people together from all parts of the world to reflect on the meaning and impact of globalization. YIP pays tribute to young peoples’ potential and ability as cultural creatives within local communities and society at large.
Loam is an environmental arts magazine dedicated to promoting the work of pioneering individuals and organizations in the realm of sustainability. We see creativity and sustainability as symbiotic. Our hope is that in illuminating inventive responses to environmental issues, we can help these movements take root. Loam believes that meaningful change stems from a place of positivity. When we see examples of others making a difference, we are similarly inspired to adopt ecologically conscious practices. In this way, Loam is a collaborative space for cultivating sustainability practices but it’s also a playful space, a platform for profiling all the good stuff that’s growing in our community.