Category Archive for: Environmental Action

Nature As Self: Earth Day Action & Reflection

As we get close to Earth day, I’ve been reflecting on ways our community can effect change. As those of you who have participated in Sacred Warrior courses and retreats know, they are designed to strengthen relationship with ourselves and with the natural world; with Nature as Self at the core.   So, why is…

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Sport, Self Awareness & Sustainability: IDSDP

April 6th was the UN International Day of Sport for Development and Peace (IDSDP). I’ve been engaged in the Sport & Social Justice conversation since 2008, initially as an athlete ambassador with Right To Play, an international organization that, by facilitating sports and games, teaches children essential life skills while building lasting social change for themselves…

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The Lobo: A 20 Year Rewilding Milestone

  THE LOBO Celebrating A 20 Year Rewilding Milestone Today marks the 20th anniversary of a milestone for the Mexican Gray Wolf or “lobo,” one of the most endangered animals in North America. On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared lobos were reintroduced into the wild in Arizona & New Mexico as part of a federal…

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Diversity Is Essential To Life

Diversity makes us and the earth stronger. Without it, soils are depleted (literally and figuratively) and once fertile ground becomes incapable of supporting life. Nature is the ultimate teacher. If we look at healthy ecosystems, they are always diverse. Inhabitants share resources and support each other’s growth. This is something we, as humans, need to…

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Palm Oil: A Threat to Species, Human Rights & Our Health

LIVING MINDFULLY We make an impact on the world around us through our choices each day. Living mindfully means that we take the time to reflect on our strongest values, our deepest beliefs, the consequences of our actions and act accordingly. It means that we are informed about who and what benefits or suffers with…

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Sea Turtle Conservation: Interview with See Turtles Founder, Brad Nahill

Very excited to announce a new Sacred Warrior partnership with SEE Turtles. We have a retreat coming up next year in Nicaragua, during which we’ll work with the critically endangered, Hawksbill Sea Turtles. In this interview, I talk to SEE Turtle founder, Brad Nahill about the challenges sea turtles face, their essential role in the…

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Where Have all the Lobos Gone?

Where have all the Lobos Gone? by Zoe Helene Mexican gray wolves (lobos) are the most endangered mammals in the United States, and if policies don’t change, the species could go extinct. Wherever wolves run free, indigenous cultures have revered them as symbols of loyalty, free will, fearlessness and unity. But wolves haven’t had it…

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TEK and the Return of Wolves, Fire, and Bison: Dr Cristina Eisenberg

TEK and the Return of Wolves, Fire, and Bison by Dr. Cristina Eisenberg Traditional Ecological Knowledge (TEK) is the wisdom indigenous and local people acquire by living on the earth. Rooted in a specific landscape and based on the fact that everything is connected, TEK braids together relationships between plants, animals, the earth, the seasons,…

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Running with the Wolves

“Each of us, at least once in our lives, hears the inner call. Some call it the wild woman within, who seeks to be heard, to return her tamed daughters to their natural, intuitive state, to break the chains that hold them so that they may run free…” ~ Clarissa Pinkola Estes, PH.D., Women Who Run…

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