Rss Feed
Tweeter button
Facebook button
Technorati button
Reddit button
Myspace button
Linkedin button
Webonews button
Delicious button
Digg button
Flickr button
Stumbleupon button
Newsvine button

Press Release for Climate Change and Rights of Mother Earth Conference Delegation

A special sponsorship benefit event will be held Saturday, March 13, 2010 to support the Northern Californian delegation.  Featuring international singer-song writer Maniko, local singer Gracie MacKenzie, Bolivian rainforest photos by renowned photographer Eli Rush, the event will include informational presentations by Robin Milam and Michael Stone.  The evening will be a celebration of life and our planet.   The celebration will culminate in dance with DJ Divine (Michael Stone).   

Please arrive on time as your presence in our Community Meditation is the Opening Ceremony.   Global singer-songwriter Maniko will lead us in Song and Silence:  A prayer for our beloved planet and the common heart space we share.  Join us in gratitude for the richness of life on earth that we cherish and to resonate in the creative, compassionate consciousness that is so needed to bring forth a powerful vehicle for the much needed transformation of our relationship to all life.

A bounty of auction items are being donated for the event. 

Eli Rush has donated a captivating photograph of an indigenous Bolivian woman for the auction.  Trips, jewelry, dinners, wine, massages/body work, work parties and much more will be part of the evening’s silent auction.  Tickets are on sale at Harmony Books (Nevada City, CA), Briar Patch Co-op Community Market(Grass Valley), and at the door for  $15 donation.  A flier for the event is at Information about the Conference in Cochabamba  can be found at

In response to the lack of significant commitments by world leaders at the 2009 UN Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen,  President Evo Morales of Bolivia has called for the First People’s World Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of  Mother Nature.  A key objective of the  conference is to develop a Declaration of Rights for Mother Earth.   Delegates Robin Milam and Michael Stone will be covering this historic conference in Cochabamba, Bolivia in April for KVMR 89.5 FM radio. 

This historic Conference is billed as a peoples conference.  Sixteen key working groups will deliberate on a broad spectrum of topics  and questions related to climate change.  Questions addressed will include: “How can we build a world in which harmony is reestablished between humans and nature for the well-being of all humanity and our Mother Earth?  One objective is to encourage and promote Indigenous visions, practices, and relationships of harmony with nature, and to share proposals regarding climate change and the defense of Mother Earth.  What are the Rights of the Mother Earth? What can we do to promote and defend them at national, regional and international levels?” 

Scientists, academics, lawyers, governments, Indigenous leaders and leaders of social movements are convening to take a more grass roots approach to developing  proposals and strategies to defend life from Climate Change.  The conference is in preparation for  the next UN Conference on Climate Change in Mexico.

Michael Stone points out that “This is Blessed Unrest, the planet’s immune system in action.” As a delegate in Cochabamba, Robin Milam says “My  intention is to gather the stories, especially the women, and give voice to their wisdom through the worldwide web.”  To this end we are leading a small delegation of conscious journalist and photographers to participate in and document this momentous event.

Robin Milam is a social entrepreneur and internet marketing consultant with WSI Marketing.  Michael Stone is host of KVMR’s Conversations: Possibilities and Perspectives on Local and Global Issues. His show focuses on Environmental Restoration, Spiritual Fulfillment and Social Justice Issues.

For more information, contact Michael Stone (530) 477-7757 at or Robin Milam (530) 272-4322 at

Contact:  Robin Milam                    
Tel:         530 272-4322

Your Comment