The Environment Sector welcomes partners who have compassion for the Earth and all life. 


Our vision is to inspire, support, and educate in order to live in harmony as an integrated community of diverse beings - human and nonhuman - through compassionate action. 


  1. To offer educational and hands-on opportunities that inspire greater compassionate action on behalf of all beings - human and nonhuman. 
  2. To promote and nurture the nature-human interconnection.
  3. To engage sector partners and the global public in initiatives that work toward greater sustainability of the planet.
  4. To feature the work of smaller-scale, vital environmental projects worldwide. 

We recognize that there are myriad projects that support a healthy global environment. We care about them all.  Our Sector is eager to apply a hands-on approach, and so we have narrowed our short-term focus to specifically address these four United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: #6, #12, #13, and #15.     
Join Our Book and Film Club!

The Environment Sector cordially invites our partners and all interested others to our bi-monthly film and book discussion series. During these one-hour, free global conversations, we will focus on the themes in the featured media with special emphasis on compassionate action. Participants are welcome to read or view the chosen film or publication in advance but this is not required for attendance. Please mark your calendars with these dates and check out our sector Facebook page for updates about each event. 

2021 Line-up - (8 am Pacific Time/U.S. on last Wednesday of the month via Zoom)
  • June 30, 2021 book: A Sand County Almanac, Aldo Leopold (register here)
  • August 25, 2021 film: Fantastic Fungi
  • October 27, 2021 book: "World as Lover, World as Self" by Joanna Macy

Become an Environment Sector Partner

We ask those who are interested to affirm the Charter and become a Partner. Please join us in the sharing of ideas, plans, and actions with others who are also promoting compassionate action for our Mother Earth.
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