Saving Our Rainforests – a Global Initiative

We’ve been aware of Chris Griscom and her work on the Global Rainforest Sites Heritage Initiative for years, and we think it really deserves our attention at this critical time. With recent reports of fires around the world, from California to Brazil and Indonesia, decimating thousands of acres of forest daily, it is more important than ever that we protect and conserve this resource. The Brazilian rainforest has been called “the lungs of the world,” but truly all trees everywhere fill this vital role.

Chris is a Global Spiritual Leader, Visionary and Advocate for Humanity.  Her life-long work has been to elevate human consciousness through conscious technology, advancing all mankind as global and cosmic citizens.  Currently, Ms. Griscom is leading the Global Warming and Conscious Solutions Initiative, (see video) a Global Initiative that utilizes the technologies of consciousness she has designed to re-balance the greenhouse gases and our atmosphere—restoring our Planet through global conscious intention.   Focusing on Human Potential and Global Responsibility, the immediate goal of the Global Warming Initiative is to bring together people from all walks of life, cultures and nations to discover that together we can find a greater purpose and direction for the human spirit.

Ms. Griscom began her work of human outreach in the diplomatic service of the Peace Corps, joining the first wave of volunteers to bridge the gaps of cross-cultural understanding and education in developing countries. Throughout a lifetime of work in the field, she has inspired and touched millions across the globe. She is the author of several books, including The Evolution of God, and Psychogenetics: the Force of Heredity.  Chris Griscom has founded several institutions that focus upon the uplifting of humanity and its role as guardians of our world: The Sanctuary of Light and The Nizhoni Institute for Global Consciousness, as well as the internationally acclaimed Light Institute of Galisteo.

For more information, or to sign the Rainforest petition, go to