At Pangaea, our mission is to facilitate a pathway for humanity to restore harmony on earth and rescue those who are oppressed and suffering. By creating new systems and restructuring the framework of societies, we aim to accelerate positive change and build a more just and connected world. Through our worldwide projects, we help accelerate the rescue of people, animals, and our natural ecosystems from harm and exploitation. We do this by working to empower all civilizations on earth to achieve new realities built upon our five pillars: 1. Accelerate the rescue of the suffering 2. Disrupt systems of exploitation 3. Regenerate earth's ecosystems 4. Restore harmony between people, animals and the environment 5. Train future generations to sustainably care for earth and each other. Pangaea, at our very epicenter, is the unification of people from all nationalities, cultures, religions, and genders--working together as one, for the benefit of all.
Pangaea was first established in 2017. Our purpose is to help accelerate the worldwide effort to rescue our plant and those that suffer. Since our inception, we have implemented projects in Africa, South East Asia, Latina America, Europe, and the United States - all, which have laid the groundwork for our global initiative to get rapid and effective results. Pangaea is pioneering a pathway for the world to work together in the achievement of a unified goal - a more healthy and sustainable world free from exploitation of people, animals and natural resources.
Since 2017, we have become a National Geographic and Disney content producer, assisted the Mexican government in protecting the Mesoamerican Reef and support the development of their K-12 environmental education program, developed a model clean water program in Uganda that will transform the role of women as leaders in healing their broken country, supported numerous counter-poaching projects in South East Asia and have help create the first elephant sanctuary in Vietnam to rescue its nearly extinct elephant population.
In just a few years, Pangaea has reached nearly every corner of the earth to facilitate a new age of progress, a future where every individual has influence in rescuing our planet.