Yes, we humans have been part of the problem. But we’re also part of the solution!
Imagine: sharing a world of difference, a world of thriving diversity in nature and culture. Imagine: living in peace and harmony, not only with our fellow humans, but also with all other species on Earth. Wouldn’t you dearly wish for that?
You’re not alone. All over the world, thousands of people are working hard to make this happen. From Indigenous peoples and local communities striving to safeguard their lands, languages, and ways of life, to the many committed others who are working for the cause at local, regional, and global levels, there is a growing movement underway to stop and reverse biocultural diversity loss.
Join the movement. Make a difference. Become part of the solution to one of the greatest challenges humanity has ever faced. Get involved, and you’ll contribute to creating positive change in the world.
Participate in Terralingua’s Biocultural Diversity Conservation Forum, or follow us through Facebook and Twitter, and you’ll be networking with others all over the world who care about biocultural diversity. Through our special online events, you’ll be able to share ideas and experiences with some of the best and brightest working to protect the true web of life.
Become a Terralingua member, and you’ll be joining the organization that more than any others symbolizes this vital movement. Through our monthly e-news and biannual e-zine, you’ll keep informed about what Terralingua is doing, what’s happening on the ground, and how the movement is growing.
Learn more about Terralingua’s projects, and you’ll find out how we are contributing to bringing about a profound shift in human values, through a deeper understanding and appreciation of the vital importance of biocultural diversity for the survival of all life on earth.
Support Terralingua, and you’ll be bolstering an organization that’s leading the charge to sustain biocultural diversity. Through your donations, you’ll do your part to create the conditions for a just, equitable, and sustainable world in which the biocultural diversity of life is valued, protected, and perpetuated for generations to come.
Imagine. Together, we can do it!