Carbon Reduction National Campaign
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Climate Change Initiative
Our ERI West Africa office, under the Directorship of Professor Dramane Toure, has received recognition and approval for our 35 climate change projects after his attendance at the COP 22 meeting. This 4 West African countries initiative will begin with developing a green city program for Cocody (suburb of Abidjan) in the Ivory Coast. It will include renewable energy, tree planting, urban gardens, energy-efficient cooking tools and other carbon reduction projects. The ERI USA and Europe teams will be helping to implement this huge program through consultancy, outreach, marketing and more. An official visit is scheduled early 2017.Read More
Land Rights & Land Value Capture
Under the direction of ERI Co-founder/Executive Director Alanna Hartzok, she is currently director of a 34-member International Advisory Group which is developing a Land Value Tax/Capture Program in association with the United Nations Habitat Global Land Tool Network. An online course and certificate training program where individuals or groups can learn the basics of land value capture and land tools will be soon updated and offered to the public.Read More
Earth Rights Institute funds many of it’s programs through external grants. We recognize that an important aspect of enduring social and environmental change on a global scale is collaborating at local and international levels by securing partnerships with governments, groups, organizations and skilled individuals who share common goals and vision of global social and environmental change.
Our goal is to use our grant funds in resourceful ways to benefit each community we serve.
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Earths Rights Institute is constantly seeking interns and volunteers year round. We are grateful to all of our committed interns and volunteers who donate their valuable time and skills to make our programs successful. At Earth Rights Institute there is an abundance of opportunities for college-age students, recent graduates, or graduate students to gain experience working in the field of international development by practicing our unique approach.
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Sacred Water, Profane Markets should be of particular interest and provide ground-breaking insights to any professional, NGO, or others with an interest in or responsibility for managing, funding, using or caring for substantial bodies of water for municipal, domestic, commercial, agricultural, industrial, amenity, leisure or hydro power purposes.
Alanna Hartzok is Co-Director of Earth Rights Institute and author of The Earth Belongs to Everyone, recipient of the Radical Middle Book Award. In 2011 she received the International Earth Day Award from the Earth Society Foundation. She is International Liaison for the Robert Schalkenbach Foundation; United Nations NGO Delegate for the International Union for Land Value Taxation; and a psycho-spiritual counselor and psychotherapist in private practice. In both 2014 and 2001 she was a candidate for US Congress for Pennsylvania’s Ninth District. She initiated tax reform legislation that was signed into law by Governor Thomas Ridge in 1998. She has given lectures and seminars in 30 countries.