Inan Itah: Conscious Community in the Heart of Ometepe
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Inan Itah: Conscious Community in the Heart of Ometepe

via: http://www.travel-alchemy.com – Simon’s blog about reimagining world travel as a path of personal transformation and self-realization. An intentional community oriented towards conscious evolution and environmental sustainability, Inan Itah on Ometepe is almost heaven on earth. That is, as long as you’re willing to put in the work to make it real. With a majestic, […]

Guatemala’s Top Social and Ecological Organizations in One Room
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Guatemala’s Top Social and Ecological Organizations in One Room

The colonial town of Antigua is vibrant with energy from tourism, an emerging startup and tech world, and authentic guatemalan culture if you look in the right places. On the afternoon of friday, February 9th, the Project Nuevo Mundo team stepped into the gorgeous Impact Hub Antigua space on 2nd avenue. Our mouths dropped as […]

Transformational Travel: A Permaculture Service-Learning Adventure in the Himalayas
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Transformational Travel: A Permaculture Service-Learning Adventure in the Himalayas

How can Permaculture revolutionize Tourism? Is it possible to travel and still leave a net-positive impact on the planet? How can you have a deeply unique cultural experience, learn, and serve communities at the same time? All of these questions will be explored in these monthly blog posts, as I report my experiences with the […]

Sustainable Development Leadership Online Course 50% Off Coupon!
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Sustainable Development Leadership Online Course 50% Off Coupon!

Our friends at the Earth Rights Institute Living Lab are offering a (at your own pace) 20-hour online course, Become a Leader in Sustainable Development and we are excited to offer a limited amount of 50% off registrations ($49 after discount) for this game-changing course. This article will introduce you to the coursework and exactly […]

Guate’s Up? Building A Regenerative Living & Learning Center in Guatemala
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Guate’s Up? Building A Regenerative Living & Learning Center in Guatemala

Almost one year ago Nuevo Mundo Foundation, the non-profit arm of Project Nuevo Mundo, was donated 6 acres of lush cloud forest in the small and remote village of Lanquin, Guatemala. Lanquin is located near the natural marvel Semuc Champey in the Alta Verapaz region northeast of Guatemala City.  After almost a year of preparations, […]

You Betta Belize It: Regenerative Permaculture in the Heart of the Mayan Jungle
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You Betta Belize It: Regenerative Permaculture in the Heart of the Mayan Jungle

The Maya too Research Farm (MMRF) is a permaculture education center that hosts students from around the world and develops social outreach programs that bring Belizean students on site. Founder Chris Nesbitt also brings his knowledge to communities around southern Belize. Chris is a North American permaculture designer with almost 30 years in Belize and Central […]

10 Ways to Empower Youth Leadership
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10 Ways to Empower Youth Leadership

According to the Knight Foundation, statistics also show a gap. ‘Often that energy, that desire to contribute or lead, is going unsupported and untapped, they said.’ Teens and young adults don’t always see a place for their voice and their work.’ They feel unwelcome, perhaps a result of negative messages about youth coming from adults […]

Jamaica Stevens & Re-Inhabiting the Village
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Jamaica Stevens & Re-Inhabiting the Village

Jamaica Stevens is the Founder of Re-Inhabiting the Village, a community resource hub, a book in the making, and tool for the contemporary social change catalyst and global villager. I have been following Re-Inhabiting the Village for the last of months and watching it evolve has been a privilege. I caught up with Jamaica recently […]

Mycelium Learning Journeys
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Mycelium Learning Journeys

Mycelium is a cutting edge education institute based in Asheville, North Carolina whose 12 week Learning Journeys are transforming the work of social change catalysts via powerful growth & development strategies. For the Journeyer (elsewhere known as student), a Learning Journey can compliment a semester  at a traditional University, can be used independently to catalyze […]