Climate Change Resources

By Greta Matos, HRL Guest Author

Song of Shambhala

Russian Long Rider Nicholas Roerich, who explored the Himalayan Mountains of Tibet, painted Song of Shambhala.

“My heart is moved by all I cannot save: so much has been destroyed
I have to cast my lot with those who age after age, perversely,
with no extraordinary power, reconstitute the world.” 

Adrienne Rich 

When we know better, we do better!

Each and every person has a daily opportunity to make lifestyle decisions (large and small) that can contribute to the restoration of our planet. In case you are feeling curious about “how” you can consciously participate in climate change, here are a few helpful resources to start you down the path:

Equiculture: A learning platform and community of horse owners dedicated to managing land in a manner that supports the wellbeing of the horse, land and people. 

Project Drawdown: Learn about the abundance of climate solutions we have at our fingertips today.

Ecochallenge dot org: Enjoy making real environmental impact through small lifestyle changes, in community.

The Pachamama Alliance: Learn and connect with others about actions we can take to heal ourselves and the Earth.

The Work that Reconnects: Learn more about and connect with others processing emotions related to climate anxiety. 

All We Can Save: Dedicated to nurturing the leaderful climate community we need for a life-giving future.

You can learn more about Greta’s life, work and efforts connected to spiritual and cultural transformation through the following links:Cultivating authentic relation with Self, Horse and Earth: www.curakuda.comRead more of Greta’s writing and reflections: is also connected with several other environmental projects in Chile, including acting on the Board of Directors for Fundacíon Llancalil, whose mission is to create restoration sanctuaries where ecosystems are able to regenerate and thrive, and where the human spirit and imagination is ignited and inspired with possibility.In Patagonia, the Long Rider herd and family live within a “carbon sink”, on ranch land that is dedicated to restoring the health of the soil and drawing carbon out of the atmosphere through regenerative land management practices. This land is tended to in relation with another project that is building community through earth-based relationship with land and one another, in order to contribute to the resilience and regeneration of our health and the health of the planet. More about these projects can be found below:Learn more about protecting and rewilding old growth forests: more about Fundo Panguilemu and holistic land management: www.fundopanguilemu.comLearn more about the Patagonia Ecoliving Community:

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