Sustaining Planetary health


Providing information and understanding of the actions that support the health of Mother Earth.

FROM MARTA, our Executive Director:

From where I sit, I see and read the signs...and beyond the very grave, major, and global existing crises, which are there and getting worse:

The racist attacks, the economic and oil wars, the migration issues the world over, the number of wars is increasing...and with the situation and the response to what happened in Paris...I see that it is the cold war all over, but worse, and much more dangerous.

Please so remember this:  When the elephants and their "little" elephants fight, the grass suffers.  And who is the grass?  Are they not the billions of peoples who are wrongly referred to as the poor, the marginalized, vulnerable, voiceless, invisible?  Is it not for all peoples and especially for the billions generally excluded that the MIllennium Development Goals & the new Sustainable Development Goals are to be created and really work for?  This is what the United Nations Secretary General in his synthesis report called, " The Road to Dignity by 2030:  Ending Poverty by 2030." It is dignity, decent, meaningful life for all, which we must acknowledge depends on prioritizing the Care of the Planet. ​ Effective work is needed, transformation from the bottom up, from the personal and the home, to local communities to the global.  We need to press the administration of government at all levels to implement all that would guarantee the care of the planet and peoples, every day, always, and all ways...week by week, the whole year, year after year.

Please see our new page on COP 23 and Climate Change.  We urge you to support us in our efforts for the new United Nations SDG 2030.


eradicating poverty


Working together locally, nationally, and internationally to promote bien vivir for all people.

Building a culture of peace


Providing programs and processes that promote education and action for reconciliation amongst