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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.
Laying the Foundation for a Sustainable Future
Join us in declaring peace with nature and acknowledging our responsibility to the greater web of life, to one another, and to future generations.
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2020 Goal: Chimalapas Rainforest Preservation The Union of Concerned Scientists have asked us to help protect the Chimalapas Rainforest in Central Mexico from significant threats from a variety of sources. Our documentary film crew has volunteered to help with...
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
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.
This episode, THE PRINCESS OF THE DUMP, takes you through the journey of Resa Boenard, an environmental and humanitarian activist, who shares her story behind starting “The Seeds of Bantar Gebang” (BGBJ).
In this episode we explore coastal ecosystem restoration and the innovative system that Prof. Tjisse Van Der Heide and his colleagues are working on to accomplish this.
In this interdisciplinary discussion, Dr. Phemister and Dr. Glasser further explore the global, practical importance of strengthening one’s personal relationship with the natural world.
We know we should be making dramatic lifestyle changes, but why do we not always make those changes? Environmental philosopher Dr. Pauline Phemister, joins us for perspective and motivation.
Animated movies with meaningful storylines can be a powerful tool to transform audiences and altogether change our opinions about nature. Joining us for this topic is conservation scientist Yuan Pan.
Pax Natura board member and former Director of Indian Affairs for the State of Utah, Forrest Cuch, gives us some insight into the unfinished business with America’s indigenous people’s.
More News & Updates From Pax Natura
First-ever Winners of Prince William’s Earthshot Prize announced, including the Republic of Costa Rica
Nations United is a special, first of its kind film, created by the United Nations on its 75th Anniversary and to mark five years since the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals. In the...
Our podcast is on it's way! It's been a busy year for us. We started the year by releasing our documentary filmed on location, that we are very proud of, Peace with Nature in Costa Rica. While that...