Earthwise Aware ~ Because we Care!
We care and it shows: We are making an ecological difference!
EwA cultivates eco-literacy, and an informed & responsible form of environmental engagement — one that makes a difference in a World which needs that we redefine our relationship with Nature.
Specifically EwA bridges knowledge and ethics gaps between Wildlife and outdoors enthusiasts, conservation experts, ecological researchers and volunteers, animal welfare scientists, and Nature. We make the work of scientists and conservationists accessible & actionable. We inform, we guide, we coach. We enable individual, organizational and societal changes.
EwA's impact is that through our work such as developing guides and etiquettes for engagement of the public and professionals with Nature habitats and wildlife, we foster an enduring attitude of ecological respect and belonging.
EwA's ethics framework benefits directly nature conservation as it allows individuals and organizations to better integrate within our environment and act with the survivability and preservation of integral ecosystems in mind.
Task ▹ Reconnect with Nature. Cultivate an enduring attitude of ecological respect & belonging. Help convert that attitude into a solid eco-centered behavior.
Our attitude links Humility with Empathy and Knowledge and leads us to be ecological actors of change.
▹ We are then more connected; we have a positive & lasting impact, and we can truly feel good about it!
Exploring (looking behind the curtain), Preparing our experience and Engaging in the moment each time that we relate to nature & wildlife transforming our attitude into a resilient ecological behavior.
▹ This fosters a way of living that we can be proud of, share and advocate for.
Cycling through the attitude and the process repeatedly is what makes a difference at the end.
▹ It makes us much more alert, mindful, honest and engaged.
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