A non-profit organization dedicated to educating young adults (3rd grade to college level) about sustainability and how to navigate their personal finances.
Creating Awareness of our Impact on the Earth's Limited Resources
An Organization Dedicated to Filling the Gap in the Education Curriculum
The Goal is to Create a Paradigm Shift in the Minds of the Next Generation
A Community of Environmentally Aware Individuals that Help One Another Connect to Build a More Sustainable Future!!!
It is interesting how some of the most important topics like personal finance and environmental sustainability are not taught as part of the standard curriculum within our school systems.
We live in a time where the fiat monetary system touches every individual’s life, yet we don’t teach our young adults how to manage or navigate their personal finances.
Once an individual turns 18, we automatically expect that they know how FICO scores, credit cards, saving for retirement and managing a budget works.
We are told at a young age that it is impolite to talk about money, politics, and religion. Why is money such a taboo subject, when it is something that impacts everyone?
Every individual on this planet has a financial report card, so why is it not taught in high school?
Environmental sustainability is another subject that is also not being talked about. There are nearly 7.3 billion people on this planet, and the human race is growing exponentially.
Every individual has an impact and can make an impact on how we use our resources.
Community Members are Encouraged to Post Comments, Contribute Solutions, Share Alternative Sustainable Substitute Products
You Can Help our Mission by Sharing our Content and Spreading Awareness!
Invite Earth Mantra to Give a Sustainability Class at Your School!!!
We are Always Open to Suggestions and Would Love to Know Your Thoughts so Please Reach Out!!!
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The goal of this site is to increase conscious consumerism (when consumers “vote” for earth-friendly products and practices by purchasing from companies who put its people and the planet first). The idea is that if there is a high demand for products that protect the environment, companies will be incentivized to expand their earth friendly product lines. On the other hand, environmentally damaging companies will be economically motivated to change their practices or face going out of business. Click on the Eco Economics tab to read about the company's mission and goals.
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