We seek that new generations grow with active empathy for life through initiatives that build a strong relationship with Mother Earth and empower them as agents of change.
Globalize Active Empathy for Life as a necessary capacity to advance towards sustainable development.
Promote the rights of nature and the
incorporation of Mother Earth as a teacher in educational institutions.
Empower children and youngsters as agents of change from their homes, educational institutions, neighborhoods and communities.
Promote environmental service in values and education.
We seek to institutionalize and make Mother Earth visible as a teacher in Active Empathy for Life in the educational institutions of Peru and the American continent.
Who better than Life herself to teach us how to know, love and care for her!
This initiative contributes to ODS18.2: Value nature as a subject of rights, as Mother Earth, as well as local, ancestral and scientific knowledge that takes care of her.
Methodology that builds a strong relationship of children and youngsters to Mother Earth empowering them as agents of change for sustainable development.
It consists in granting them a space of land, which can be as simple as three pots, where they nurture life and biodiversity with care generating well-being for themselves, others and nature.
Active empathy for life
To solve the global problems we face, we have to adopt lifestyles that allow us to prosper by regenerating life and human relationships on our planet.
To achieve this, it is essential that the new generations develop active empathy for life:
the ability to prioritize the common good through daily actions that generate well-being for oneself, other people and our planet.
Bond for Environmental Services in Values and Education (SAVE)
Innovative mechanism to channel resources from the private to the public sector in order to help sustain natural and green areas, as well as initiatives involving domestic and wild animals that generate values and attitudes in favor of life and nature in children and youngsters.
Carbon for Education
This initiative allows offsetting the carbon footprint generated by the annual use of cell phones, habitability of homes, use of land vehicles and national and international air transport.
A third of the resources raised with this initiative is invested in creating and sustaining Children's Land. The carbon credits are internationally certified by VCS (Verified Carbon Standard), and CCB (Climate, Community and Biodiversity), and registered in Markit.
This initiative has its origins in Spain with the "Monumental Trees" project and began in Peru with ANIA in 2015.
Today, it is adopted and promoted by the Peruvian Government seeking to identify, recognize and value urban and rural trees that stand out for their size, shape, and age or for being protagonists of myths, traditions or historical facts at national level.