The Global ARC convenes diverse neighborhood residents, community organizations, professionals, civically engaged researchers, scientists, educators and students in mutually reinforcing ways for the common good.
Our bioregional organizing framework—brought to life through community-based projects and scholarship of engagment--is place-based, globally-minded, problem-solving and solutions-oriented. Key concepts including healthy neighborhoods, watershed, foodshed, socio-ecological systems, authentic demand, knowledge commons, environmental health and justice are central to what we think and do. Learn more
A world of healthy, resilient communities where people learn and work together and life flourishes in just and equitable environments.
Facilitate local communities and institutions in developing, sharing and scaling up sustainabilitity solutions--locally and globally--to eradicate root causes of poverty, environmental degradation and unhealthy living conditions.