The Rights of Mother Earth Talk – April 27 @Sangkep


Alberto Ruz Buenfil, a Mexican living legend of eco-activism, currently teaching Green Educators Course will share two slide shows about “The Rights of Mother Earth: Global Initiatives towards constitutional recognition”, one in the Sangkep @ 3:15-4 for a short overview, and a second one in Taksu Photo Gallery, Ubud @ 7pm, both on Friday, April 27th. 

Alberto has dedicated 50 plus years of his life to environmental sustainability through social change, education, and activism. He has been an active force in the growth of the broad ecovillage movement by co-founding projects such as The Rainbow Peace Caravan, a nomad educational project working for 13 years in the Americas, Ecovillage Huehuecoyotl in Mexico, several multicultural Vision Councils also in the Americas, all with the aim of promoting a progressive eco-society.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear inspiring experiences that will empower you to continue to help our world be sustainable!

More on Alberto’s talk:

The Rights of Mother Earth, by Alberto Ruz Buenfil. Taksu Photo Gallery, April 27th/2017


Alberto Ruz is a Native from Mexico who has dedicated 50 plus years of his life to environmental sustainability through social change, education, and activism. He has been an active force in the growth of the broad ecovillage movement by co-founding projects such as The Rainbow Peace Caravan, a nomad educational project working for 13 years in the Americas, Ecovillage Huehuecoyotl in Mexico, several multicultural Vision Councils also in the Americas, all with the aim of promoting a progressive eco-society. All his work has been inspired and mentored by many exchanges and experiences with indigenous leaders and groups from around the world. His latest initiative is largely influenced by the indigenous led movements of Ecuador and Peru to ratify the Rights of Mother Earth in their constitutions. In his talk “The Rights of Mother Earth”, he will speak about the world wide initiatives that have led to today’s recognition of the Earth as a being with its own rights, and how these initiatives are beginning to solidify into a movement to take Earth’s rights into the constitution of local and national governments.

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