I have taken up the cause of the Earth Citizens Organization and I ask that you join with me.
On September 11, 2013, EARTH CITIZENS ORGANIZATION
(ECO) was formed to develop leaders committed to making a difference in their lives and communities for a healthier and sustainable world.
Since that date, ECO’s focus has been on providing training and education, developing training facilities, and organizing community events that help people live mindfully and get healthier naturally. Through these actions, ECO desires to catalyze a shift that will change the future of the world to one of peace and sustainability. We call this collaborative effort the Earth Citizen Movement. Our goal is reaching 1% of the world’s population and to help them incorporate Earth Citizenship into their lifestyle and daily choices.
ECO was named to reflect our belief that we are all citizens of the Earth and share the responsibility to care for the Earth’s well being in every way. Sharing this idea and creating changes in our daily lives is the essence of the Earth Citizen Movement.
The seed of the Earth Citizen Movement was planted by one person when he started teaching exercise at a public park in South Korea 30 years ago. This person was Ilchi Lee. He believed, and still believes, that hope for a better world lies in awakening the greatness in human nature, and has dedicated his life to helping people harness their brain potential. It was through his dedication and spirit that ECO was created.
Throughout his life, Ilchi Lee has strived to help millions of people worldwide enhance their physical, mental, and spiritual capabilities by learning to control and direct the energy of their brains. He has formed several non-profit and for-profit organizations, authored over 30 books, including New York Times Bestseller “The Call of Sedona,” and organized numerous events to help bring that vision to fruition.
ECO plans to expand its education to develop Earth Citizen Leaders by creating an online education system and building Earth Citizens Learning Centers in major cities, including its main campus in Northern Arizona.
Earth Citizen Learning Center in Arizona is an educational center where people can visit, experience and learn all aspects of sustainable living such as healthy eating, natural health, organic farming, sustainable housing, renewable energy and water-recycling. ECO Learning Center will provide training programs targeted towards young leaders of our community.