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Welcome fellow traveller, to the Pachacuti Community.
If youâ€™re concerned about the social and environmental prospects for today's civilisation, youâ€™ll be travelling with friends here. Pachacuti's core aim is to raise awareness and debate on the intertwined subjects of human footprint, sustainability, social equality, and cultural practicality - on a global basis. Our primary public interfaces are the internet and the entertainment media of print, screen, television and music. This website provides a hub for our activities.
In the Resources section, Get Active will link you to organisations you can support to make a difference. Get Informed provides information on a wide range of topics and in a variety of media. Get the Gear lists Fair Trade and ethical suppliers of goods and services.
In the Community section, we invite more direct participation. Via the Forum you can discuss fresh philosophical perspectives and the Traveller's Blog asks you to respond to views of various unfolding world events. Take a look at our Pachacuti TV page where we post informative videos and seek suggestions for similar material you think we should share. The Advocacy link will give you helpful information if you're interested in an active role in the Pachacuti Project. Weâ€™d especially like to hear from writers and movie makers.
Under the Projects section you can link to the various public information projects that Pachacuti is undertaking. Pachacuti- the Book links you to George Trembath's novel,Â "pachacuti".Â If you buy a copy, profits go straight back into expanding our public awareness program. Pachacuti - the film will give you up to date information on progress of the feature film project. We are currently also preparing material to promote TV documentaries and a TV series. The recent addition of Music and Events provides even greater diversity and reach to our campaign.
Enjoy your visit.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 14 September 2010 16:42|
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