On August 28 Earthville and friends are launching the Nepal Earthquake Relief project with a benefit concert to support reconstruction in Nepal.
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An urgent message from Archbishop Desmond Tutu, winner of the Nobel Prize for Peace
A majority of US Citizens want mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods, but the US government is letting the fox run the henhouse. You can help!
Stop Herakles Farms from destroying a giant swath of rainforest in Cameroon, threatening chimpanzee habitat and the subsistence of Cameroonian farmers.
Some food companies have begun selling food products that are labeled as “natural” despite the fact that they contain genetically modified (GM) ingredients.
Earthville Music releases free single, “Caskets That Small,” as guruzero’s artistic response to the Sandy Hook school shootings in Newtown, CT…
The first building on the new eco-campus of the Dharmalaya Institute is just two steps away from being ready to welcome the public, and Dharmalaya needs your help to reach the finish line. Here are three ways you can help us launch this inspiring project.
The Earthville Network is pleased to announce the launch of the Earthville Orchards, a win-win-win-win opportunity for conscientious global citizens and responsible businesses to offset their carbon footprints for the year while creating green jobs for Indian villagers, helping to limit erosion of precious mountain topsoil, preserving biodiversity, and contributing to a harvest of a variety of organic fruits.
An earthquake of 7.1 magnitude struck the Yushu area of Amdo, the mountainous northeastern region of Tibet (also known as the Qinghai province of China since the 1950s). Please donate to emergency relief efforts today via the American Himalayan Foundation (which has been working in the Yushu region for decades and has teams on the ground) or the Hunger Site and GreaterGood.org.
Recovering from last year’s violence, the sixth annual Sulha peace gathering drew over 3000 Arabs, Jews and international witnesses to grassroots peacemaking.