Global Mana is a dedicated 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our Mission: connect communities with viable solutions for human and planetary thriving.
Global Mana promotes dynamic cross-sector and scientific dialogue to provide communities with greater insight into pressing climate issues. Our goal is to empower people with knowledge of viable food-water-energy solutions—roadmaps to co-build capacity and resilience to increasing climate challenges in diverse ecological contexts. We support high-impact climate workshops and technology assessment forums. We also produce multimedia outreach and awareness stories to heighten public engagement around issues of food security, economic development, and human-environmental health.
Join us in exploring local stories and global trends that shape the world’s climate crisis. Understand how the intersecting forces of human nature, technology, climate and policy create challenges and drive solutions for a sustainable planet.
In 2014, the Japanese government publicly admitted that there is a total of 875 TBq (Terabecquerel) of tritium—a radioactive isotope—on the site of Fukushima nuclear disaster. Join Global Mana’s founder Patrick Furlotti as he searches for solutions with drilling expert Barry Leucker.
Empowering people and communities by connecting them with financiers and facilitators of humanitarian and carbon sequestration projects benefitting both local economies and the global environment.