What is a Node?

What is a Node?

A MAHB Node is a group of people committed to shifting human behavior in ways that foster environmental sustainability and the health of the ecosystem services upon which all life depends.  A Node may be a formal civil society group, an informal group of like-minded citizens, an NGO, an activist organization, or a research team. A MAHB Node is committed to positive social and policy change whether it be through direct front line action or by building and then disseminating a body of knowledge about how this can be accomplished.  In short, nodes embrace MAHB’s mission. To become a node, the group must complete this form and be willing to be listed on our website. Once on the site Nodes are encouraged to share activities, projects, initiatives, ideas and research, receive emails and newsletters, and participate as desired in communication efforts within MAHB and their own community.

What does a MAHB Node Do?

A Node may develop research agendas and initiate activities, meetings, projects, conferences, and media outreach: the more diverse, creative, and unique a node, the stronger the MAHB. A node may link their website to the MAHB site. We are a community that shares a mission and a vision for the future, desires to change the world by reversing current trends, and recognizes that there are many ways to build common knowledge and momentum. Visit this page for additional ideas.