A journey of 28 days. 6.989 km from Quito, Ecuador to Santiago de Chile completely alone, without money and exchanging housing, food and transportation for the promise of planting trees and seeking environmental awareness. Crazy? Maybe. The Results? Profound Revelations. Discover them in these 11 episodes.

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expedicion galapagos
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vuelo a galapagos
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The origin

“JuntosXLaTierra” which translates to “Together for the Earth” aims to create a platform where the passion and duty to protect and restore our environment meet.

In November 2019 I embarked alone, on a 28 day journey visiting ancestral communities through the Andean Countries with a major challenge: I would have to do it without any money. I relied on the kindness of people along the way that believed in the spirit of the project and gave me housing, food and transportation and I would be planting trees in their name. I recorded all my adventures which gave me numerous revelations which I share with you here.

Why unite for the Earth?

Because we are all interconnected: Animals, plants, and the life of our own species. Because we are the generation that has to take on the responsibility of making a profound social change to tackle the issues that threaten our planet, and the only way is together.

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Sponsored by

Casa Gangotena
Finch Bay

With the help and collaboration of

Ministerio de Educación - PNUD
Green Clima Fund - GEF