In the Footsteps of &
Beyond Sister Organisations
Eco Pax Mundi Agora holistically mixes elements of successful peer organisations. In line with the SEKEM project in Egypt, Eco Pax Mundi Agora turns barren land into thriving carbon-negative communities that prominently regenerate the Earth. At SEKEM, organic biodynamic agriculture has transformed over 2,000 hectares of Egyptian desert into a self-sustaining oasis that supplies a community of over 22,000 villagers.
Like Navdanya in India and Rodale Institute in the USA, Eco Pax Mundi Agora provides education in regenerative organic farming but also in permaculture. Also like Navdanya, Eco Pax Mundi Agora preserves genetic diversity in seed banks, but it additionally promotes nurseries. The Navdanya premises on the foot of the Himalayas are sustaining thousands of Indian and neighbouring peasants with solidarity organic seed banks based upon Earth democratic principles.
The Rodale Institute in Pennsylvania, for its part, has been a reference point for the practice and research of regenerative organic agriculture with 80 years of experience in the field.
Along the lines of Local Futures, '4 per 1000: Soils for Food Security and Climate Initiative' and Regeneration International, Eco Pax Mundi Agora is an umbrella organisation promoting food and economic security; and like Heifer International, Eco Pax Mundi Agora instils solidarity into its co-stewards, quite uniquely rendering it a self-sufficient network that needs little external funding and internal support vis-à-vis its high impact.
Also, singularly within technologically over-developed countries, Eco Pax Mundi Agora systemically creates the ‘Agrarian Solidarity Systems’ called for in ‘Miraculous Abundance,’ a pioneering blueprint for small-scale farming authored by the Hervé-Gruyers. These permacultists have made a worldwide projection of the successful experiments on their farm, which deliver unheard-of abundant year-round harvests, and aptly propose an agroecological culture for the future of the Earth.
This call for a worldwide agroecological civilisation is in line with the recommendations of the prestigious researcher Miguel Altieri and his group in Berkeley, CA. Eco Pax Mundi Agora considers the development of an agroecological culture as a sine qua non for the erection of an ecological civilisation. Eco Pax Mundi Agora is committed to the former with the hope in sight that such a legacy will prove as a solid basis for future generations to give embodied form to this longed-for ecological civilisation.
An International Ecohumanitarian Organisation
Eco Pax Mundi Agora
'Joining Hands to Advance Life-Affirming Earth Regenerative Living'
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