Global Resilience Summit 2023
A FREE 6-Day Online Summit
MARCH 14 - 19, 2023
Come join us in this deep exploration of what it means to be human and how we can heal and repair our relationship with the earth, our fellow species, and each other... learning to live and flourish together sustainably, as one global human family.
In-person and Virtual Event
The UN Water Conference will be the stage of the upcoming side event “Rights of Nature: The missing connection to enhance and implement the SDGs on Water” on Friday, March 24, 2023, at 3.30 PM (EDT).
The event will explore the Rights of Nature framework as a powerful legal, non-anthropocentric, holistic tool for water restoration and protection, and how it can complement the global goals and objectives of restoration and protection of water ecosystems.
Earth Day Tree Planting and Beloved Community Celebration.
April 22 @ 10 AM
10th Street Park
10 multi cultural and environmental organization teams will plant 10 trees in this small, treeless city Park. A talking circle will follow. Come and celebrate with us.
Thursday, April 27, 2023 @ 9:00 AM to 3 PM
Wisconsin Masonic Center
301 Wisconsin Ave
Madison, WI 53703
We will be spending the day hearing from speakers, meeting with legislators and networking with community members from all across the state hoping to make Wisconsin a state for all of us to thrive in. Registration includes a boxed lunch at Wisconsin Masonic Center.
Zoom training will be available to help us be more informed on the critical issues, learn/practice how to ‘tell our story’, and prepare for the day.
1.- Thursday March 9 @ 6:30 pm: Telling your story
2.- Thursday March 23 @ 6:30pm Working with Legislators
Madison Action Day Preparation
Prep meeting and Orientation
April 13 @ 6:30 PM
The Rights of Nature Tribunal will be holding its eighth local hearing in Yucatan, Mexico from March 9-12, 2023 on the case of the Tren Maya (Mayan Train), a megaproject that puts Mexican ecosystems and communities at serious risk of destruction.
GARN will be co-hosting an event during the UN Water Conference at the UN Headquarters on March 24 at 3:30 PM New York time The “Rights of Nature: The missing connection to enhance and implement the SDGs on Water” event will explore the Rights of Nature framework as a powerful legal, non-anthropocentric, holistic tool for water restoration and protection, and how it can complement the global goals and objectives of restoration and protection of water ecosystems.
Between March 29 and April 5, a delegation of judges from the Rights of Nature Tribunal will visit Vaca Muerta, in the Argentinian provinces of Neuquén and Río Negro. The visit will focus on the environmental and human rights impacts of fracking in the region.