Aranyani: knowledge for forests, nature, spirituality and religion

Aranyani is a knowledge centre for forests, nature and religion, spirituality, sense-making and dialogue. Aranyani provides knowlegde, reflection and inspiration for individuals and organisations searching for 'green' living. Would you like to know what religions say about nature? Are you looking for partners to engage in dialogue about biodiversity? Do you seek inspiration for 'green' living? Or means to put your ideas into practice? Aranyani can show you the way, by communication, trainings, workshops, dialogues, publications, the organisation of conferences, and process facilitation.







Aranyani was established by Cathrien de Pater, a forestry expert and a religious scholar  with broad international working experience.  For questions and more information, do not hesitate to contact us!

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cathriendepater : RT @BronTaylor: The Amazon’s best hope? A female indigenous chief is on a mission to save Brazil’s forests - good article https://t.co/FTfd…
cathriendepater : RT @AyaviriMatuk: Do not believe excuses about what is happening in the Amazon presented by the midia. It is actually an intended lack of p…
cathriendepater : RT @BronTaylor: Scotland planted over 22 million trees last year, smashing goals https://t.co/ymvTYebKuy
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cathriendepater : RT @AFCA_Forests: Deforestation significantly increases temperatures in adjacent forests. Intact forests cool the air while increasing the…