DominicanRepublicTVInterviewOn his Caribbean tour, Francois Becher, Brahma Kumaris co-ordinator of France, visited the Dominican Republic to emphasize the impact of human consciousness on our environment.  This report describes the many TV and radio interviews given and the success of their meeting wih the University of Santo Domingo and Government official who were very supportive.

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World Soil Day Banner EnglishsmallThis report on soil underlines its importance to our existence.  It gives a world overview of how we are, or are not, looking after this valuable resource.  It gives good advice on how we can do things better and what we should be bringing to an end.

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zJB 2016Sister Jayanti made a visit to Copenhagen, Denmark, for two meetings concerning the environment. The first discussed the "10 ways to change the world" and the second discussed the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.  The meetings were supported by several high profile VIPs and were well attended.

To see the report, the photos and links to related material, click pdfhere.

BioClick2016We would like to inform you that the Brahma Kumaris Environment Initiative is launching “BioClick”. BioClick is photography challenge organized in parallel to the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (4 to 17 December 2016 in Cancun, Mexico). Your challenge is to express through pictures a change in awareness that is needed to see the world with a different lens, prompting all of us to act differently (best practice). 

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ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS Walking InitiativesThe Brahma Kumaris family, in the main centre in London, created a wonderful walking initiative that was originally done for World Environment Day.  Now London Eco friends are organising a walk each month on different themes.  It’s a great idea and could be done at any of the BK centres.  There is also a very informative presentation done by Mike Hudson which he gave both at GCH and Lisbon (contact Mike at Global Co-ooperation House, London).  Two images describing these can be seen from the links below:

jpgThe initiative in London

jpgThe plan suggestion



Time and space - time to be alone, space to move about - these may well become the great scarcities of tomorrow.