Uneco - United Eco-Action Fund

Human Freedom Demands Individuals Making Informed Global Choices

Since its inception in 1997, UNECO has supported regional and international environmental and educational programs aimed at promoting a deeper understanding of the effects our daily choices have on the world around us.

America First Convocation

Promoting peaceful, positive action to unite America through our shared values and identity. Details will be posted here soon, so be sure to check this location again.

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3/1 2015

Extended South America Visit - 2015

UNECO representatives are currently in Ecuador engaging several of the film professionals from its 2008 expedition to Venezuela to continue acquiring assets for Luminous Compass.

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1/5 2015


Building on its work establishing community gardens and providing an educational resource for coral reef protection and activism on the Big Island of Hawaii, UNECO will turn its attention to Kauai in an effort to support the island's ecological restoration and economic security in accord with Holo Holo 2020. Learn about Mayor Bernard P. Carvalho, Jr.'s ambitious vision for the Garden Island - view interview.

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1/15 2015


Big Sur


Glacier National Park preserves more than a million acres of forests, alpine meadows, lakes, rugged peaks, and glacial-carved valleys in the Northern Rocky Mountains.

Its diverse habitat is home to grizzly bear, wolverine, gray wolf, lynx, and over 270 species of birds, including harlequin ducks, dippers, and golden eagles.

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To provide a financial contribution to a UNECO project, visit our contributions page.

245M Mt. Hermon Rd. #307
Scotts Valley CA 95066

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