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Learning to Live in Harmony with our natural world is the most pressing need of our time. As more of us are exposed to increasing streams of information there is also a need to access greater calm and compassion. In order to hear the call to live as global citizens, we need to take greater care for each other and our increasingly fragile Earth.

Brahma Kumaris Environment Initiative is about awakening greater environmental awareness within our own organisation, as well as collaborating and learning from others through dialogue, partnerships, UN conferences and local initiatives (See the video)

As a spiritual organisation our main aim is to help people to experience greater well-being through inner peace and universal values. Hence our environmental initiative is based on five main principles:

* Living with simplicity * Buying compassionately * Using economically
* Learning continuously  * Sharing generously

linkBK Environmental Commitment

LivingTheChangeLogo Earth is our shared home, a blessing that supports all life. This global inter-faith project is an opportunity to touch and inspire all souls, without regard to background or faith.  It will bring us all closer in healing our Mother.

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 GreenEarth 1


You are invited to submit “Green” articles (submit as Word.doc only), ideas or suggestions for possible inclusion in the news section.

We therefore welcome the following:

  • News on “green initiatives” in your country
  • Eco-friendly activities that can inspire others
  • Your articles on environmental issues

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Humankind has not woven the web of life. We are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect. Chief Seattle, 1855