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Project Nuevo Mundo
Project Nuevo Mundo
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Traveling Project, CR
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Sub tropical

Nadia Pitczuk
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Project Nuevo Mundo

Project Type

Rural, Philanthropic aid, Educational

Project Summary

Earth Odyssey´s mission is to, build self-sufficient homesteads and villages from the ground up while training and empowering passionate individuals to make their own dreams come true, traveling with intention and connecting to new projects and expanding the network's reach. We envision a world of all beings living in harmony with the ecosystem and creating transformational experiences for people to rekindle their tribal wisdom.

Project Description

Earth Odyssey will leave a positive trace at nine impact centers and transformational festivals by providing skilled labor, professional media and publicity, and an array of workshops taught by our econauts to bring communities into living in balance with the planet. We will strengthen the network between these centers on the ground and online to increase their visibility by releasing 3-minute films throughout the journey. Previous to enlisting in service to the Earth Odyssey, both buses on board have exceptional histories as vehicles for community service. Twenty econauts, two buses, and a mission to build a network of interlinked impact centers = a potent formula, ripe with the potential to catalyze a movement. We can do this, together.



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