Charles Fraser
Co-founder, President & secretary, 

Charles Drummond Malcolm Fraser is from England, studied film, philosophy and international politics at The University of Cape Town where he stepped into the study and practice of Dhamma and meditation through the study and service of nature so that we we may heal the wounds of our planet and enjoy the abundant provision of food, shelter and good company, freely and harmlessly.

In 2009 he co-created Arundel Forest Garden in Arundel West Sussex with Her Grace The Duchess of Norfolk and The Norfolk Estate. The Arundel Forest Garden is defined as an example that provides food (medicine), shelter and good company in abundance for free, harmlessly, working in conscious co-creation with the nature intelligences as taught by, woorkbooks: Edible Forest Gardens, The Perelandra Garden, Findhorn and The Handbook for A New Paradigm.

The garden is protected by the five Buddhist precepts for harmlessness that made it’s coming into being possible; the same precepts that protect The Foundation, it’s members and all whom it’s works serves. The garden is run using a mutual credit co-operative economic paradigm, The Community Exchange System, that Charles is helping with the open-source development of. To join our exchange where trade is protected by the precepts join The Beacon Bank Community Exchange under UK exchanges at www.Community-Exchange.org.

In 2010 he helped start The World Preservation Foundation an NGO registered with the secretary of State of Florida, USA. To assimilate, document and present scientific data relating to climate change; including deforestation, disease, drought and global hunger. To serve as an access-point for information to assist media and concerned parties to engage these topics and to encourage governments, public bodies and other institutions to introduce beneficial legislation and policies resulting in the subsequent mitigation of climate change and minimization of associated human, planetary and economic costs; also safeguarding water supplies, preserving forests, minimizing environmental degradation, improving health and alleviating global food shortages.

In 2012 he co-founded The Foundation For Common Good, The Foundation for Common Good, a nonprofit public benefit corporation organized under the California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law for public and charitable purposes. The specific purposes of the Organization are primarily to: “promote and advance education and scientific research in technologies and philosophies that promote sustainable life, consciousness and well-being for all life, everywhere and always within precepts for harmlessness and any other lawful activities permitted under the California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation Law.

The Organization, its’ Directors, Officers, Employees and independent contractors work to ensure that the Organization’s activities will be engaged in “within the precepts for harmlessness” by adhering to the Ahimsa Policy as adopted under the Organization’s Bylaws

 

Reuben Langdon
Co- founder, treasurer

Reuben Langdon is a Los Angeles-based Actor/Producer/Activist/Truth Seeker and one of Hollywood and Asia’s most sought-after martial art/stuntmen. In recent years he has turned his physical discipline into a career as a noted actor and producer of game cinematics on AAA game titles as well as other high profile multimedia projects. At a young age Reuben began his career in Japan as a series regular acting in the Japanese superhero TV series “B- FighterKabuto.” He later relocated to Hong Kong to work alongside the most recognizable names in action, including Jackie Chan and Sammo Hung. Eventually he made his way to Hollywood and worked regularly as an actor and stuntman on the international hit show “The Power Rangers.”Complementing his success in the world of film and television, he has performed in and produced numerous motion capture shoots for interactive video games, most notability the Resident Evil and Devil May Cry franchises. His motion capture performances have made it to the big screen in Steven Spielberg’s and Peter Jackson’s, The Adventures of Tintin, and James Cameron’s Avatar.In 2001, he co-founded Just Cause Productions– a full-service motion capture, 3D animation, production and post-production company with offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo. Later in 2013, with connections forged through his work on Avatar, Reuben helped to transform Just Cause Productions to Just Cause Entertainment, a tech based media and entertainment development company that maintains a focus on creating fresh, innovative, transformational media content.In constant search for new technologies, Reuben pursues his passion for discovering new technology that will change the world’s energy paradigm while simultaneously running Just Cause Entertainment providing production services to some of entertainment’s biggest clients around the world.

 

Mark Galvin
Co-founder and director

Mark has distinguished himself throughout his career as a motivator able to initiate cooperation and change. With an early history of entrepreneurial successes in several fields, Mark diversified into the organic foods sector, in turn leading to increased environmental awareness and subsequent career realignment.

Mark has gone on to organize international climate change related conferences and events across Europe featuring world-leading speakers and delegates, and also participated in UNFCCC COP 15 in Copenhagen as part of the Swiss delegation.

Most recently, Mark brought his considerable expertise to coordinate the Leaders’ conference in the Houses of Parliament, London, UK.

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