Pacha’s Priorities

Pacha partners with several amazing organizations that are working on making the world a better place. These organizations are doing amazing work in the following areas: youth leadership, indigenous world views and sacred sites, healthy soil, reforestation, litter-free world, and climate stabilization.

Earth Guardians is an organization of dedicated youth from around the world. We are committed to
standing up to protect the Earth, Water, Air and Atmosphere so our generation, and those to follow, inherit a healthy, just and sustainable planet. We are focusing on weaving together the synergy of individual grassroots youth driven projects around the globe, to create one international, intergenerational movement for effective change. Please reach out to if you have any questions.


  1. Take Actions in Your Own Life
    Commit to simple actions like reducing your carbon footprint through new, simple actions each week from their ‘50 Simple Ways to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint!’ You can visit their action page for other actions like signing important petitions and taking a carbon footprint test.

  2. Start a Crew or Join Protect Our Future
    Check out the action guide for starting an Earth Guardian crew in your community and how to use Earth Guardians as a way to create sustainable change on both a local and global level. You can also join Protect Our Future, a campaign that seeks to support young people in building towards positive, action-oriented climate justice solutions.

  3. Sign the Pledge to be a Climate Leader
    By signing this pledge and encouraging others to sign, you are committing to stop waiting for others to lead and to step into your role as a climate leader. Sign the pledge and download it to collect your friends’, families, and peers’ signatures.
  • Connects you with the finest teen and adult changemakers on the planet
  • for supporting, scaling and implementing humanity’s finest solutions for peace and abundance
  • for making youth leadership part of learning culture
  • for creating a world of awesome at record pace
    for boosting personal and professional lives.

Youth leadership means “training young people as change agents in their communities”. It has long been part of civic education (in North America), but has been gaining an entirely new quality over the past decade, as natural born youth leaders are emerging en masse, leading wildly successful ventures, healing broken parts of society!
Often operating as student clubs and in high demand as speakers at school, youth leaders have established a new learning culture in more than 10,000 schools across North America (!) – with elements of Global Learning, Service Learning, Social Entrepreneurship, life skill development and activism – non-formally and entirely powered by students!
This new phenomenon is more amazing than many expect! Youth leaders achieve things unachieved by adults, are recognized as role models by media, society and teachers. Their stories are used in units, subjects and text books. Youth action on local and global issues has become part of the syllabus. The most exciting news is that it can be started by individuals, without any stress on finance, time or teacher training!

The Fountain pools together a global alliance of eight visionaries made up of First Nation People representatives and economists, supported by a group of international advisors and assistants.

The Fountain group has been gathering since 2013 with the shared intention of restoring a global economy centered on the indigenous principle of Reciprocity, and inspired by Nature and the Sacred.

Leading at the frontier of Sacred Economics, The Fountain calls on the combined insights of nature’s intelligence, time honored indigenous wisdom and the acumen of leading Western economists to redefine economics, bring practical solutions to the world’s current financial and environmental crises and to powerfully restore the natural order of our Earth for future generations.

The Fountain is catalyzing an emerging global movement that calls for the return of guardianship of sacred sites across the world to the First Nations who received the original instructions for the land starting with the Black Hills in South Dakota. Central to their cause is the revocation of the Papal Bull Edicts of 1493 which established Christian dominion and subjugation of non-Christian “pagan” peoples and their lands.

The Fountain has a Pacha’s Pajamas project.