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Alexandra Postelnicu, Romania: In order to heal the relationship with Mother Earth, we have to awaken to the truth that Mother Earth is not the environment.

Awakening to the right view means going beyond the dualistic view of separateness and realizing our INTER-CONNECTIVENESS: we are the earth, and the earth is us. So, taking care of Mother Earth, means taking care of us. And the healing of the Mother Earth is the healing of the people. When we are able to touch the Earth, and feel our oneness with it, then the true love and adoration that is needed is going to flourish so that we can take care of Mother Earth properly.
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Vandana Shiva, India
: Vandana Shiva, a prominent global advocate for Rights of Mother Earth, is a philosopher, environmental activist, and eco feminist. Shiva, currently based in Delhi, has authored more than 20 books and over 500 papersin leading scientific and technical journals. She was trained as a physicist and received her Ph.D. in philosophy from the University of Western Ontario, Canada, in 1978 with the doctoral dissertation “Hidden variables and locality in quantum theory.”She is the founder of Navdanya, a women centered movement for the protection of biological and cultural diversity. Navdanya started the Earth democracy movement in India, which provides an alternative worldview in which humans are embedded in the Earth Family, we are connected to each other through love, compassion, not hatred and violence and ecological responsibility and economic justice replaces greed, consumerism and competition as objectives of human life.

She was awarded the Right Livelihood Award in 1993.


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Ati Arhuaca Quigua is a native of the Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta in Colombia.
Since childhood she excelled as a leader and, at a very young age, became the first indigenous woman to hold a seat in the Council of Bogota,

Accompanied by the advice and wisdom of the Mamos (elders) of her people, Ati Quigua has managed to get its proposal for indigenous politicians and citizens of the Colombian capital.
Their message is clear : ¨ It is time for diversity and to recognize us as a multicultural and multiethnic country .

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