Environmental Conservation

Forestry, agriculture, land, air and water ecosystems are some of the core elements of conservation. Foundation introduces the Natural Treasury as one of our main projects we look to research and develop.

Environmental Justice

Environmental issues, such as access to clean water, chemical waste and air pollution disproportionately affect communities of color and low-income communities. We are committed to tackling these problems head on, through innovative approaches, community participation, capacity building and information exchange. By empowering the community and equipping people with the tools necessary, we can build up our society and the complex problems which lead to health problems, educational attainment gaps, and wealth divide.

Social Advancement

Access systems

Increasing access to resources which fortify our communities is critical for social development. Fostering programs which propel our communities of color and marginalized communities in educational attainment and business development for long-term success is an integral part of improving our systems. Access systems to healthcare and mental healthcare are key for societal advancement.

Woman’s empowerment

GENDER PAY GAP- Women, particularly women of color, have a disadvantage from systemic inequality. Women are paid 81 cents to the dollar earned by their male counterparts. This divide is greater though for WOC- Black women earn 67 cents on average compared to their white male counterparts, and Hispanic women earn on average 56 cents to the dollar compared to their white male counterparts. Supporting programs that increase diversity and inclusion and corporate responsibility are important for social advancement.

Increasing women advancing into STEM.
Capacity Building
Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Corporate Responsability
Social Justice
Human wellbeing
Political representation for women and people of color

Economic Advancement

Building a new economy by incorporating the environments demand as a catalyst for change. Circular economics, along with green and blue economy, are the foundation of a new economy. Our environment’s demands are opportunities through the economy, and increasing their value through global supply chains is critical to this transformation. By leading the discussion on the economy from the environmental sustainability lens, we can really transform the planet and our society.

Areas of focus include:

Strengthening businesses through eco-based products, process and 100% clean energy.

Driving innovation in new, clean and renewable energy technology for global competitiveness.

Increasing the use of renewable and clean energy systems in large, medium and small business.

Increasing access and information to sustainable methods and materials.

Feedback-rich economic system.

Nature’s demands can and should be met through governments, organizations and corporations as a new value and value-chain.

Promoting novel farming and agriculture methods, such as permaculture to our agriculture processes.

Increasing development of  woman-owned, ethnic owned, micro and small businesses.

Fostering programs to accelerate woman and minority communities moving into STEM fields.


Environmental, social and economic advancement should be met through innovation in technologies. Improving programs which foster change through technology will prepare us for a strong and resilient future.

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