WorldChanging. works from a simple premise: that the tools, models and ideas for building a better future lie all around us. That plenty of people are working on tools for change, but the fields in which they work remain unconnected. That the motive, means and opportunity for profound positive change are already present. That another world is not just possible, it’s here. We only need to put the pieces together.

Crow Canyon Archaeological Center The Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, located in southwestern Colorado, is dedicated to understanding, teaching, and preserving the rich history of the ancestral Pueblo Indians (also called the Anasazi) who inhabited the canyons and mesas of the Mesa Verde region more than 700 years ago.

Cambodian World Family. CWF is a local Cambodian non-governmental organization that has received its official charter from the Royal Government of Cambodia, and today exists independently of any other organization. The activities of the Cambodia World Family are based upon two beliefs. First, that “Knowledge is Freedom,” and second, that the greatest impact that can be made upon a society is through its women.

Native Seeds/SEARCH is a non-profit organization that seeks to preserve the crop seeds that connect Native American cultures to their lands.

Water for People Throughout the world, Water For People uses water as a catalyst for change in communities that lack access to drinking water, adequate sanitation and hygiene education.
The Biomimcry Guild The Biomimicry Guild maintains a very informative web site. Following is their self-description. “The Biomimicry Guild helps communities and companies consult nature to create products, processes, and policies that are well-adapted to life on earth over the long haul. These “biologists at the design table” offer research services, workshops, and really cool talks about the genius that surrounds us.”

Bioneers “Bioneers is a forum for connecting the environment, health, social justice, and spirit within a broad progressive framework.”
Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary    A New Mexico sanctuary dedicated to the rescue and care of abused and abandoned captive-bred wolves and wolfdogs. Many rescue facilities do not take abandoned wolves or wolfdogs because of their special needs. Often the only hope for animals like these is to come to a sanctuary like this located near Ramah in the peaceful mountain community of Candy Kitchen, New Mexico.

The EcologyFund is owned and operated by The Hunger Site Network as a way to get new funds for critical habitat and wilderness preservation using the power of the internet. When you “click to give” our sponsors pay the project you selected to preserve the number of square feet shown by each project. You pay nothing.

Save the Rainforest


The National Arbor Day Foundation inspires people to plant, nurture, and celebrate trees.

The Foundation for Self-Sufficiency in Central America (FSSCA) works in partnership and solidarity with low-income communities in Central America organized to achieve environmental sustainability, economic self-sufficiency, social justice, and peace.