Active Remedy Ltd.
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We are a UK based Not for Profit Company founded in 2005. We are focussed upon uniting people around the world, to work together to protect the global water cycle, which is presently under threat. Our aim is to raise awareness and understanding of the water cycle and get action taken worldwide, which safeguards it. From carrying out extensive research we have pinpointed a vital link between the present instability in this cycle and the massive deforestation of the primal indigenous mountain forests worldwide. Hence we have devised a potential solution to this problem based upon the protection and restoration of the environments, which it is dependent upon to function effectively. Learn more about Active Remedy Ltd. here.
In early 2019 we submitted information on the Global Water Cycle into a Commons Cluster Report for UN Ambassadors and world leaders concerning Climate and ecosystems. Our contribution can be found in the link below in Chapter 8
We are presently working on establishing a feasibility ground study in the Indian Himalayas, based on our plan for Climate Adaptation, using Indigenous Local Traditions Knowledge Systems in relation with Modern…[Read more]
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Active Remedy Ltd recently submitted input looking at an ecosystem-based approach for mitigating climate change into the Talanoa Dialogues:
We focused upon the vital importance of the protection and restoration of mixed mountain forests globally to safeguard and protect the global hydrological cycle and regulate climate.
Here are…[Read more]
Between 11th and 13th December 2017 Directors of Active Remedy Ltd attended the 5th Global Meeting of Mountain Partnership in Rome. As members of M.P we were able to participate in various discussions concerning mountain regions and offer suggestions on the new M.P Framework for Action.
Because of the inherent relationship…[Read more]
In 2016 UNFCCC/NWP partners Active Remedy Ltd were invited to attend the UNFCCC/NWP meeting on ‘Human Health and Adaptation’ at COP22.
We focused on the need to give greater attention to adopting an Ecosystem Based Approach for dealing with water scarcity. This was included in the UNFCCC/NWP Synthesis Paper and will hopefully be…[Read more]
Letter from HRH Prince Charles praising the work of Active Remedy Ltd
Recently Active Remedy Ltd Co Director Tara Joy, received a letter from Prince Charles congratulating her, on her eco children’s book ‘The Inner Sense of Trees’ and also praising the Report that Active Remedy Ltd. produced last year, at the request of the…[Read more]
We are very excited to share the release of a Eco New Book. Active Remedy Co- Founder Tara Joy has recently published her eco children’s book ‘The Inner Sense of Trees’. Although it is a children’s book, it is looking into some very pertinent topics. These include the relationship between ecosystems and the global water cycle, defores…[Read more]
Wishing you all and your loved ones
A Very Happy New Year, Bonne Annee, Feliz Ano Nuevo, Felice Anno Nouvo
A new book created by Tara Joy is one way in which Active Remedy is working to educate and encourage humanity on the importance of taking care of and protecting fresh water and the entire global water cycle, through the protection and…[Read more]
We never really know what will happen next on this mission to get mountain regions protected and restored through reforestation with mixed native forests to safeguard the global water cycle. This is our latest venture. Between the 9th and 15th November Tara Joy and I attended COP22 in Marrakesh.
In the hope that this is of interest to…[Read more]
On the 23rd of May 2016 we had the great good fortune to have a private audience with His Holiness the Dalai Lama at his residence in Northern India and to discuss the environment and our work with him.
Having recently submitted a report on the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for climate adaptation to the UNFCCC…[Read more]
Active Remedy Ltd.s submission to the UNFCCC database on the use of local, indigenous, and tradition knowledge and practices for climate adaptation has been accepted and is available here! This report showcases the “Sacred Groves and Green Corridors” method that Active Remedy Ltd. has been formulating for ten years in partnership with local…[Read more]
Tara Joy and I have recently created this document in response to a request from the UNFCCC to contribute towards a worldwide database on the use of local, indigenous and traditional knowledge and practices for climate adaptation. This is a great opportunity for us to showcase the ‘Sacred Groves and Green Corridors’ method that we have been…[Read more]
In consideration of the upcoming COP 21 and the absolute necessity to address human induced climate change in a sustainable manner, we at Active Remedy Ltd have created a potential strategy for integrating all the Goals contained in ‘Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development’
Here is a link to the doc…[Read more]
Dec. 4, 2014 | How Wolves & Whales Effect Our Climate & Water
We have created a new interactive website in which we will be highlighting various groups working on freshwater and mountain issues. We would like to hear from any of you who have any news or suggestions.
Link to new website
The Analytical Brief link has changed to:
Our World, Our Water, Our Responsibility
View Active Remedy\’s exhibition from the Rio+20 Summit (2012)
Read Active Remedy Ltd’s INTERACTIVE DIALOGUE OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY ON HARMONY WITH NATURE TO COMMEMORATE INTERNATIONAL MOTHER EARTH DAY from April 2014:
In December 2013 the work of Active Remedy Ltd was accepted as a method for mitigating harmful affects of climate change and we were accepted as partners with the UNFCCC in the Nairobi Work Program.
We are very pleased to have this opportunity as it gives…[Read more]
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