Non-Profit Organization founded in 1994
Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation
Promoting Sustainability for more than 25 Years
The Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation is a non-profit charitable organization founded and established in the United States in 1994 by David J. Wright of Kentucky to foster the ideal of protecting the environment under the United Nations Sustainable Development Agenda in 1992, called Declaration of Rio (also known as Earth Summit or Agenda 21). In 2015 the the organization sent two delegates to Geneva, Switzerland who were directly involved in rewriting the Agenda 21 into what it has become called the Sustainable Development Goals or Agenda 2030.
Between the years 1994 and 2000 the organization distributed 10 million trees in the United States, free of charge to people to promote urban forestry and to reduce global warming in a number of programs oriented towards the environment and urban reforestation.
In 2001, Ecology Crossroads was closed after ceasing business with the distribution of free trees in a legal settlement with the National Arbor Day Foundation; then in 2014 the organization was reinstated by the founder's son, Nicholas Wright, along with other members for the 20th Anniversary of the founding of the organization, however due to his occupation he was unable to maintain the development effort.
During its 25th anniversary in 2019, Ecology Crossroads began restating its Articles of Organization under a more integral reformation process and named new officers and appointed new Board of Trustees for 2020-2024 through an affiliate organization, Globcal International, which was created in 2009 to operate in the international theater as an unincorporated non-state decentralized autonomous organization (DAO) and a cooperative international non-governmental organization (CiNGO). Globcal International based online in the social media was formed under the ideals and authority of Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation despite being defunct in Kentucky at the time.
On January 21st, 2020. the Ecology Crossroads Cooperative Foundation, Inc. was officially reinstated with the Secretary of State Michael G. Adams at the State Capitol by Nicholas Wright. Subsequently on January 30th, the organization adopted the two Assumed Name Corporations 'Globcal International' and 'Kentucky Colonels International' to treat them as independent, but affiliated, sub-organizations and commissions of Ecology Crossroads.
On February 26th, 2020, Ecology Crossroads had to abandon and legally disclaim its interest in Kentucky Colonels International because of a lawsuit filed by the Honorable Order of Kentucky Colonels in the Western District Court of the State. The next day on February 27 the organization filed a Certificate of Withdrawal for the Assumed Name after Kentucky Colonels International changed its name and became a non-state actor as the Kentucky Colonel Foundation, an unregistered and unincorporated entity operating in the international theater.
Our affiliate Globcal International began in 2009 and in 2013 was reformed as a decentralized autonomous organization (DAO), a cooperative international non-governmental organization (CiNGO), and international civil society organization (iCSO) registered with the United Nations made-up of individuals practicing as professional goodwill ambassadors and civil rights advocates who together formed a non-state, international foundation pending official recognition in the offshore jurisdiction of Belize where the organization is establishing an embassy. The organization through its individual ambassadors has developed interesting diplomatic relationships around the world based on global citizenship and international cooperation efforts.
Globcal International is now properly domiciled in the United States as an Assumed Name Corporation in Kentucky and is chartered as a commission of Ecology Crossroads as of January 30, 2020. The organization operates a number of foundations offshore and internationally including the Global Citizenship Register in Sweden, the Goodwill Ambassador Foundation in Belize, the Belize International Foundation, the Ekobius International Foundation in Venezuela, the Piaroa International Foundation and DeAruhua Cacao. The foundations are operated by the organization's goodwill ambassadors, non-state public advocates and volunteers. Several of these foundation initiatives are registered with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals Agenda.
Ecology Crossroads Today
25th Anniversary (2019)
In 2019 the organization was redefined its mission and began charting a new course with Col. David Wright returning to the helm to continue defending the rights of mother earth and the people that depend on living in a sustainable world.
Col. Wright invited some of the original protagonists, employees and officers involved from 1994-2001 to be included in the reformation of the organization as its new incorporating officers for the Restated and Amended Articles of Incorporation being filed in 2020.
Projects and Programs
Ecology Crossroads sponsors a number a projects, please use the donation button or QR-Code to the right and select the program you are donating towards, we administer the funds for the following initiatives.
- Piaroa International Foundation
- De'Aruhua Trust Fund
- Globcal International Foundation
- Goodwill Ambassador Foundation
- Belize International Foundation
- Non-State Network Foundation
- UN Global Compact & SDGs
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