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    Earthbound

  • soil

    Download our celebration of the soil, the most overlooked thing in the world. A 24 page magazine exploring soil, global soil loss, and the many inspiring solutions to the problem.

  • earthbound ventures

    Earthbound ventures is a not for profit agency that exists to help people connect with the natural world. We believe that wonder is the best route into environmental issues, and use nature connection to build a platform for climate action and conservation.

     

    Earthbound was founded in the Spring of 2016 by brothers Paul Williams and Jeremy Williams, a conservationist and writer respectively.

    How can I help?

    Thanks for asking! We'll have specific things we're going to need help with as our first projects get underway. For now, can you help us spread the word? Join in on social media, share posts, and help us build a network of friends interested in using wonder as a way into environmental issues.

    Buy a t-shirt

    Show your support for Earthbound with one of our t-shirts. They're made for us by the good folks at Rapanui, so they're organic and fairly traded.

  • Who we are

    We were lucky enough to grow up in Madagascar, one of the earth's richest biodiversity hotspots, and also one of its poorest countries. It gave us a passion for the environment and for justice, and a sense of how easily both of those can be overlooked. We're both ideas people, so we set up Earthbound Ventures to explore new ways to connect people with nature, share the wonder of the natural world - and through that, to foster a healthier relationship with the planet.

    Paul Williams

    Conservation Biologist

    Paul has a passion for the natural world, and for exploring. He has worked for Scottish Wildlife Trust, A Rocha UK, and currently works part time for the Church of Scotland climate change project. He lives in Edinburgh, within reach of the wild.

    Jeremy Williams

    Writer

    Jeremy is a freelance writer and campaigner, with many years experience writing about social and environmental issues. He is the blogger behind Make Wealth History, and lives in Luton, where the wild is not so easy to find.

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