- Support and educate people to the provisions in the Earth Charter.
- Encourage governing bodies to adopt the charter
- Hold public informational meetings
- Write Op/Ed pieces for news media
- Share sources for environmentally friendly products, energy conservation, and foods
- Model and promote a less material, less consumptive lifestyle.
- Continually educate ourselves through regular presentations by group members.
- Bring in outside speakers to address the group on relevant topics.
- Develop speakers bureau to do outreach work in the community (schools, civic groups, churches etc.).
- Provide resource links to alternative media sources and other education materials.
- Support a free press and boycott press that presents a biased âUS governmentâ based perspective only. Influence advertisers to change media reporting.
- Form a writers group to submit Op/Ed's to local newspapers.
- Maintain a presence in the community.
- Develop a fair-minded, 5-10 point bulletin on issues of concern to use as reference handout when talking to others. Post on website.
- Collaborate with existing human rights organizations for maximum leverage on direct campaigns.
- Direct lawmakers to restore and protect citizensâ privacy and civil liberties
- Support candidates who embrace our agenda.
- Promote and facilitate registration of new voters.
- Provide a free flow of information aimed at keeping global communication alive.
- Support and strengthen the UN to
a. rebuild Iraq and Afghanistan
b. facilitate peaceful solutions to the Israel/Palestine conflict and other conflicts
c. oppose unilateral intervention into other countries, and
d. support international standards of human behavior.
- Support education to help build a global citizenship perspective among US citizens.