On January 18, 2017, EcoViva co-founder Harold Baron passed away. He was 86. Hal was an activist, scholar, philanthropist, and champion of progressive politics throughout his life. It’s been a year since his passing and we still miss him dearly every day, as do countless others. Our compañeros and compañeras at the Mangrove Association in El Salvador […]
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Why we are joining the growing movement to divest from banks that support the DAPL EcoViva is joining thousands of people and institutions, including the cities of Seattle, Davis, and Alameda, in severing ties with Wells Fargo Bank. We want our finances to contribute to positive change, not destructive development projects, and so we are choosing to […]
We had a great time celebrating our 20th anniversary at La Peña Cultural Center in Berkeley December 9th. From the tasty food catered by Cafe Platano to our wonderful speakers Avi Lewis, Jeff Haas and Rebecca Solnit, to music that made us move from DJ Sandina, it was a fantastic night all around! We are […]
EcoViva turns 20 years old this year, and we’d like you to party with us! For two decades we’ve worked alongside our partners to improve quality of life for rural communities and protect critical coastal ecosystems in Central America, all thanks to supporters like you. Celebrate with Us [two_third_last]EcoViva turns 20 years old this year, […]