Ecocitizenship made

entrant apprentice aspirant advocate for you.

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Ecospirituality

A manifestation of the spiritual connection between human beings and the environment.

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Ecosophy

Philosophy of Ecological Harmony or Equilibrium, Ecological Wisdom.

Elevate Your Soul and Life

To strive for a better earth, to seek nature, draw closer…to find true self, to feel your soul, and not to yield. That is the purpose of life.

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Embrace Environmental Stewardship

Choose a journey for nature begins with the first step. Arise for nature, active for nature.
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Seek Communeship Today

Create your Ecocitizenship in a matter of minutes.
Join the Alpha Generation.
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Receive Ecological Impetus

Start accepting ecological tools and incentives to enable your Ecocitizenship.
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Love Your Communing Access

Kickstart and curate your renewed journey through the generational weCommunes.
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Make Your Personal Impact

Change private behaviours and engage in voluntary collective action for Ecological Age.
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Downshifting

Individuals adapt simpler lives from economic materialism, as well as reduce the psychological expense and stress that may accompany economic materialism, finding an improved balance between leisure and work, while also focusing life goals on personal fulfillment, as well as building personal relationships instead of the all-consuming pursuit of economic success.

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Simple Living

Voluntary practices to simplify one’s lifestyle. These may include reducing one’s possessions, generally referred to as minimalism, or increasing self-sufficiency. It may be characterized by individuals being satisfied with what they have rather than want, distinct from those living in forced poverty, as it is a voluntary lifestyle choice.

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Slow Living

A lifestyle that encourages a slower approach to aspects of everyday life. It has been defined as movement or action at a relaxed or leisurely pace, solutions to the negative consequences of materialistic and industrial lifestyles.

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Intentional Living

Any lifestyle based on an individual or group’s conscious attempts to live according to their values and beliefs.

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Biophilia

Humans possess an innate tendency to seek connections with nature and other forms of life, the natural urge to affiliate with other forms of life.

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Ecotheology

The interrelationships of religion and nature; relationship exists between human religious/spiritual worldviews and the degradation or preservation of nature.

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Ecological Grief

A psychological response to loss caused by environmental destruction or climate change, the grief reaction stemming from the environmental loss of ecosystems by natural and man-made events, the grief felt in relation to experienced or anticipated ecological losses, including the loss of species, ecosystems, and meaningful landscapes.

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Solastalgia

A form of emotional or existential distress caused by environmental change, the lived experience of negatively perceived environmental change. A distinction can be made between solastalgia linked to mourning what is already lost, and eco-anxiety linked to impact of climate change on human health and well-being.

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Earth Daoism

Principles of Earth Daoism guide the relationship between humanity and nature: follow the earth, harmony with nature, human desire restraint, and affluence in biodiversity.

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Communalism

Political philosophy and economic system that integrates communal ownership and confederations of highly localised independent communities. In which the economic system of capitalism is replaced with a global web of economically interdependent and interconnected small local communes.

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Spiritual Ecology

There is a spiritual facet to all issues related to conservation, environmentalism, and earth stewardship; spiritual elements and for contemporary religion and spirituality to include awareness of and engagement in ecological issues.

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Deep Ecology

Inherent worth of all living beings regardless of their instrumental utility to human needs, plus the restructuring of modern human societies. The natural world is a complex of relationships in which the existence of organisms is dependent on the existence of others within ecosystems.

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Ecovillage

An ecovillage is a traditional or intentional community with the goal of becoming more socially, culturally, economically, and ecologically sustainable. An ecovillage strives to produce the least possible negative impact on the natural environment through intentional physical design and resident behaviour choices. It is consciously designed through locally owned, participatory processes to regenerate and restore its social and natural environments.

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Biocentrism

It is an ethical point of view that extends inherent value to all living things, an understanding of how the earth works, particularly as it relates to its biosphere, in contrast to anthropocentrism, which centers on the value of humans.

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Ecocentrism

A nature-centered, as opposed to human-centered, system of values, an equality of intrinsic value across human and non-human nature, or biospherical egalitarianism.

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Nature Connectedness

If an individual feels connected to nature, they may be more inclined to care about nature, and protect the environment. Nature exposure and feeling connected to nature at a trait level provide many benefits to humans such as well-being.

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Nature Deficit Disorder

The idea that human beings are spending less time outdoors, and the belief that this change results in a wide range of behavioral problems – developing fears, and the lure of electronic devices.

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Plant Blindness

Not noticing plants in the surrounding environment, not recognising the importance of plant life to the whole biosphere and to human affairs, a philosophical view of plants as an inferior form of life to animals and the inability to appreciate the unique features or aesthetics of plants.

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Speciesism

Discrimination or unjustified treatment based on an individual’s species membership, involves treating members of one species as morally more important than members of other species in the context of their similar interests – the practice of factory farming, animal slaughter, blood sports, the taking of animals’ fur and skin, and experimentation on animals, as well as the refusal to help animals suffering in the wild due to natural processes and the categorisation of certain animals as invasive, then killing them based on that classification.

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Ecocide

A few nations have codified ecocide as a crime. Activities that might constitute ecocide in these nations include substantially damaging or destroying ecosystems or by harming the health and well-being of a species, including humans.

Entrant

Gen Z

Apprentice

Gen Z + Y

Aspirant

Gen Z + Y + X

Advocate

Gen Z + Y + X + Boomer
14–23 years old

Entrant

 

  • Communing Access
  • Ecological Identity & Finance
  • Ecological Wealth & Impact
  • Ecological Tools & Incentives
  • receive reNATUREcard (SG$15)
  • 19 WENA token (SG$23)
  • 1-yr .wenature/ (SG$20)
  • 1-yr reNATUREcard (SG$10)
  • 1-footprint Subscription (SG$15)
  • 1-yr reNATUREjournal (SG$36)
  • 3-mth PusakaPertiwi (SG$15)
  • 1-yr seBumi audience

SG$ 38 per Communer

 

21-40 years old

Apprentice

 

  • Communing Access
  • Ecological Identity & Finance
  • Ecological Wealth & Impact
  • Ecological Tools & Incentives
  • receive reNATUREcard (SG$15)
  • 49 WENA token (SG$59)
  • 3-yrs .wenature/ (SG$60)
  • 3-yrs reNATUREcard (SG$30)
  • 1-footprint Subscription (SG$15)
  • 1-yr reNATUREjournal (SG$36)
  • 1-yr PusakaPertiwi (SG$60)
  • 1-yr seJiwa social (SG$20)
  • 1-yr seBumi guest (SG$10)
  • 1x hemp fabric tshirt (SG$45)

SG$ 98 per Communer

 

21-55 years old

Aspirant

 

  • Communing Access
  • Ecological Identity & Finance
  • Ecological Wealth & Impact
  • Ecological Tools & Incentives
  • receive reNATUREcard (SG$15)
  • 79 WENA token (SG$95)
  • 5-yrs .wenature/ (SG$100)
  • 5-yrs reNATUREcard (SG$50)
  • 1-footprint Subscription (SG$15)
  • 1-yr reNATUREjournal (SG$36)
  • 1-yr PusakaPertiwi (SG$60)
  • 1-yr seJiwa social (SG$20)
  • 1-yr seBumi convener (SG$20)
  • 1x hemp fabric tshirt (SG$45)
  • 1x wooden ring (SG$50)

SG$ 158 per Communer

 

21-75 years old

Advocate

 

  • Communing Access
  • Ecological Identity & Finance
  • Ecological Wealth & Impact
  • Ecological Tools & Incentives
  • receive reNATUREcard (SG$15)
  • 109 WENA token (SG$131)
  • 7-yrs .wenature/ (SG$140)
  • 7-yrs reNATUREcard (SG$70)
  • 1-footprint Subscription (SG$15)
  • 1-yr reNATUREjournal (SG$36)
  • 1-yr PusakaPertiwi (SG$60)
  • 1-yr seJiwa social (SG$20)
  • 1-yr seBumi orator (SG$30)
  • 1x banana fabric tshirt (SG$65)
  • 1x premium ring (SG$90)
  • 1x reNATUREsummit explorer (SG$100)
  • 1x keBUMIfestival explorer (SG$50)

SG$ 218 per Communer

 

Featured Ecological Impetuses

Like Nothing You’ve Seen. Enablers for Ecological Life.
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Ecological Applications

Decentralised digital applications enabling communing access – weNATUREapp, reNATUREapp, soNATUREapp, guerdonEarth, PusakaPertiwi, weNATUREdomains, reNATUREjournal, seBumi, seGema, seJiwa, and Earthlah.

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Ecological Applications

Decentralised digital applications enabling communing access – soPlaceApp, soNATUREapp, weNATUREapp, reNATUREapp, guerdonEARTH, PusakaPertiwi, weNATUREdomains, and reNATUREjournal.

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yourname.wenature/

Your ecological domain is your ecological identity, providing access to all ecological applications.

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Blockchain Technology

A decentralised, distributed ledger that records the provenance of a digital asset. By inherent design, the data on a blockchain is unable to be modified, which makes it a legitimate disruptor, impossible to change, hack, or cheat the system.

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Community Token

weNATUREtoken are created for ecological communities specifically for neoecological commune. It is an ecological token that is required to gain access to platforms, and applications in weNATUREearth ecosystem.

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Decentralised Application

A decentralised application is a computer application that runs on a distributed computing system. DApps have been popularized by distributed ledger technologies such as the Ethereum blockchain, where DApps are often referred to as smart contracts.

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Decentralised Finance

Decentralised finance is a blockchain-based form of finance that does not rely on central financial intermediaries such as brokerages, exchanges, or banks to offer traditional financial instruments, and instead utilises smart contracts on blockchains.

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Blockchain-based Applications

There are tens of thousands of blockchain-based application systems have been developed for smart contracts, notarization, asset trading, bank clearance, ecommerce, social communication, Internet of Things, storage, data API, finance, to provide data-level, business-level, or service-level infrastructure.

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Web 3.0

The third generation of internet services for websites and applications that will focus on using a machine-based understanding of data to provide a data-driven and semantic web – more intelligent, connected, and open websites.

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Non-custodial Wallet

A non-custodial wallet is a decentralised type of wallet, where the customer owns its private keys while having full control of their funds.

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Proof of Stake

A Proof of Stake (PoS) consensus algorithm is a set of rules governing a blockchain network and algorithm instrument to achieve consensus.

Always Nature’s Path

How Modern Life Became Disconnected from Nature

 

Since rapid industrialisation and urbanisation, we have become more and more distanced from nature and its life-giving benefits. Stop living a fear-based life.