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Peace With Nature
Our mission is to protect and promote the ecological health and well being of the natural world. Our diverse initiatives include agro-ecology, avoided deforestation, carbon credits (REDD), renewable-energy development, biodiversity conservation, watershed protection, exposing the risks of genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and partnering with other conservation organizations.
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Costa Rica is an inspiration to us all. They are restoring their forests, protecting their biodiversity, and creating a sustainable future for their people. It’s an important story that everyone should see in this film. Congratulations!.” –Jane Goodall Watch the...
Partners: Charity Seeds, Pax Natura Foundation, Moises Raul Huz-Lopez The purpose of this project is to promote agroecological farming/gardening practices within communities that are in the region encompassing San Martin, Guatemala. In particular, it is the goal of...
Help struggling communities thrive and lush forests survive.
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News & Updates
Dr. Ana Ruiz Diaz discusses the court battle for agricultural justice in Mexico and the progress they have made in protecting the local gene pool of corn varieties in the country.
Students and faculty from International Christian University went on a study tour to Shimokawa town, in the northern part of Japan (Hokkaido). This episode shares the teachings and reflections gathered from the locals.
In this podcast episode, Dr. Wilhelm Vosse discusses lifestyle changes for a more sustainable future, what environmental security really means and how to help people care about the environment.
Restoration doesn’t always have to be as big as saving a whole forest or a river, it can be done in your back yard! In this 3rd interview with Hugh Bollinger, he outlines several ways that we can all get involved.
Building upon the principles laid out in part 1 with Hugh Bollinger, he explains how different environments and species can be nursed back to health through careful and educated intervention, with case studies.
For part one of this three part interview series, Pax Natura board member Hugh Bollinger explains the basic principles of restoration and ecology, and how they can be used to restore degraded landscapes to a healthy and stable state.
In this interview, we speak with Pax Natura board member and agroecologist Steve Tolpinrud about his journey into agriculture and his experience working in Guatemala with the Campesino a Campesino project. Steve tells us what he’s learned about local food systems, the interplay between food, culture and activism, and farming as an act of love and connection to the land.
Rohan Arora a Gen Z activist talks about his journey from graduating high school while starting Climate Cardinals in the middle of the pandemic to beginning his university studies while continuing his work at his own ONG The Community Check-Up and as an advisor for The American Lung Association. Rohan is a source of inspiration for anyone who is looking to get involved in the climate activism space, we hope he inspires you as much as he has inspired us.
The Asian Rural Institute is influenced by traditional Japanese values and zen traditions. Listen as we interview Tomoko Arakawa, it’s director. about the transformative learning experience for rural leaders.
More News & Updates From Pax Natura
Thank you to the 2022 SIFA Festival judges for selecting ‘Peace With Nature In Costa Rica’ as the Best Social Impact Film in the Environmental Film Category.
Radio Natura’s Kimberly Gamarra to showcase Pax Natura Foundation’s global efforts toward environmental sustainability within a human development context at Oxford Human Rights Consortium 2022.
First-ever Winners of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize announced, including the Republic of Costa Rica