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Global Earth Repair Summit II - April 20 - 24, 2023

Bringing together a large number of global, diverse, restoration practitioners; for networking, action planning, and to scale up local efforts.
Join us for this hybrid global event: online with in-person hubs wherever two or more would like to gather!

The demand is growing, practitioners more numerous, mass movements more possible. There are many restoration initiatives that exist, though most are not aware of each other, and practitioners feel isolated. In 2023, the Global Earth Repair Summit will once more convene a wide cross-section of the restoration movement for practitioners to celebrate our work, share practical information, synthesize new ideas, collaborate, and scale up local action. 

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Global Earth Repair Foundation 
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Global Earth Repair Charter

The  Global Earth Repair Charter - Global Solution Strategy is a living document from the people, for the people, and for every true leader in the world. It is maintained by The Earth Repair Foundation, an independent, self-funded, voluntary, non-government organisation (NGO) that was incorporated in Sydney Australia in 1987. ERF contributes to the global earth repair movement for community advancement and world improvement.

Adoption of this charter by communities and nations will help resolve critical environmental problems and bring solutions to enhance the future for all humanity.

Read the Charter and Strategies.
 

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Indigenous News

Image of indigenous youths Sara Keranen, Eleazar Perez Encino, Cindy Kobei and Brenda Rumwaropen calling for changing systems.

Sara Keranen, Eleazar Perez Encino, Cindy Kobei and Brenda Rumwaropen call for changing systems.

Please read: "Indigenous youth underscore the need for balance" in the October 2022 issue of The Fig Tree, Spokane's premier progressive interfaith newspaper.

"During the ecumenical youth gathering pre-Assembly to the [2022] World Council of Churches (WCC) 11th Assembly, a panel of indigenous youth challenged the churches with issues integral to their lives and communities."

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