• 04 Dec 2019

    Boulder.Earth

    Our December Newsletter

    This month we're highlighting the Climate Mobilization Action Plan (CMAP). We are committed to ensuring that this plan is made in tandem with community engagement and input. Engage, learn and take action.

    http://bit.ly/365hYI2

  • The MPA Working Group visited the Tun Mustapha Park, a recognized globally significant marine conservation area in Sabah, Malaysia. The park is 898, 762 hectares in size, and located off the districts of Kudat, Kota Marudu and Pitas right up to the Balabac Strait.

    The visit was part of the 8th MPA Regional Exchange to share best practices in effectively managing marine protected areas.

  • We sit out weekly, all over the world and are having an impact. See our Malaysian team covered again in the news. And Meng is already spearheading getting all the global Sidewalk Talk leaders together in one room.

    We share updates to let others know about our work but the real works is happening one heart-centered conversation at a time in our own communities all over the world.
    http://bit.ly/2OErDy4

  • 17 Nov 2019

    Bonyo's Kenya Mission

    Another successful trip! Thank you to our hard working team from Kansas, Colorado, Ohio and Canada. So much was accomplished! We saw many patients in the clinic, Nearly 600 got fluoride varnish at the schools, Eye glasses were fitted, ongoing construction and plumbing work was assessed and many friends were made along the way. Bravo Team!!

  • We design and produce modern, innovative and eco-friendly fuels from urban waste material found around our city.

  • 08 Nov 2019

    Drop of Water

    We are grateful for young professionals like Fitsum Hailemeskel (right), who's leadership skills have been critical to the sustainability of our projects and volunteer culture. Here he is sharing our story with Below the Surface founder Jetuwr Davis (left).

    #ethiopia #nonprofit #waterislife #africa #africanleaders #volunteer

  • 06 Nov 2019

    Boulder.Earth

    At the foundation of ecosystems are relationships. At the foundation of relationships are communication networks.
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    Check out our living directory of organizations, businesses, institutions, farms, and faith groups to tap into the thriving eco social justice network in Boulder County: www.boulder.earth/directory.

  • 02 Nov 2019

    Groundwork Denver

    We were thrilled to meet the new President and CEO of The Denver Foundation on his bike tour through metro Denver. As an organizational partner, we are committed to supporting the needs of residents and community leaders in Globeville, Elyria, and Swansea.

  • 16 Oct 2019

    STEM Women

    Our Public Speaking Workshop for STEM Girl Ambassadors was a success! Thanks to our inspirational speakers who gave our girls the opportunity to develop and practice their public speaking skills.

    STEM Women members were also there to welcome our girl ambassadors officially into our membership program. We want to say thank you to everyone that has been supporting us as we work to inspire girls to take an interest in the sciences.

    We are #STEMWomen

  • 05 Oct 2019

    Jaan Pakistan

    Our open air cooking show has gone live! Starting with a recipe for Achaari Omelet and Poori Paratha! Enjoy the sights and sounds of live cooking on our Concrete Stove :)

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  • 30 Sep 2019

    Bonyo's Kenya Mission

    It's always a good thing when a family comes together. Today we had a combined meeting with both parents and the student beneficiaries of BKM sponsorship program. Parents expressed sincere gratitude to the program.

    It was an interactive forum where students also expressed the challenges they experience both at school and home. We looking forward to giving the students the proper guidance.

  • “Parks are not just about planting trees and keeping them alive. They become deep conversations about equity, justice, and the legacies of racist housing policy.” http://bit.ly/2kz5aaN