Tracing our trajectory
towards a regenerative future
The Guardians of Nature Movement envisions a world where people of all ages see themselves as stewards of natural resources. This change in mindset and behavior catalyzes solutions to environmental, social, and economic problems in communities around the globe.
The Guardians of Nature movement aims to transform the lives of millions of people in Latin America by focusing on systemic change through active eco-literacy. We develop mobilization campaigns, systematize processes, and create educational tools that are free, accessible, and collaborative with the active support and involvement of educational communities, businesses, and governments.
We are committed to breaking down all barriers to accessing the information necessary to educate new generations about protecting our natural environment (SDG 4.7), to promote and empower inclusion and equality through environmental education (SDG 5) and to propel us through the power of collective impact (SDG 17).
The #GuardiansMovement empowers students, educators, families, and employees from their educational centers, homes, and workplaces to take action on issues that directly affect them. It invites them to communicate and share their own solutions to promote change and elevate their voice in the world. By promoting a culture of guardianship, we can address the challenges facing our planet and ensure a sustainable future for generations to come.
Based in Nosara, Guanacaste, the movement is driven by the DMA Foundation, a living laboratory of good environmental practices, with children of 20 different nationalities and ages ranging from 18 months to grade twelve.