Ecuador


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Submitted by administrator on Tue, 2014-07-08 10:15
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Runa Tea, one of our Heritable Innovation Trust partners in Ecuador, has had its fair share of media exposure (on CNBC’s Squawk Box, Forbes, and GOOD). Now, Runa Tea can add The Tonight Show to its media repertoire! Recently, during an interview, Channing Tatum spoke of Runa Tea, saying it gave the cast of Magic Mike, “the energy of the Gods.” The cast made a trip down to the Amazon of Ecuador after the casting of the movie, specifically to see how the unique, guayusa leaf tea was made.


Submitted by administrator on Thu, 2012-11-01 10:33
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This week we'd like to feature our community partners in the Napo province in Ecuador. In 2010, Chris Jarrett spent time in Napo with the Kichwa and our partners at Runa creating a trust document central to the cultural context of the region and focused on the significance of guayusa tea. To learn more about our incredible partners in Ecuador, click through our community profile found HERE.


Submitted by administrator on Wed, 2012-10-24 10:49
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Earlier this week our partners in Ecuador, Runa, were featured on the Dr. Oz show as a healthy source of energy! Congratulations to Runa on the publicity. Learn more about Runa by clicking HERE. Check out their delicious tea at a local grocery store near you!


August 17 2010: Rabaul, East New Britian, Paupa New Guinea; Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia; Napo, Ecuador and Charlottesville, Virginia

By constituting reciprocal knowledge networks to perpetually benefit whole communities the 2010 Heritable Innovation Trust uses the fundamental values expressed in Integral Accounting to invite knowledge holders and users into cooperation that will last and grow. This document continues the World’s First Heritable Innovation Trust Document, written in 2009, which was deployed and stewarded by the communities in East New Britain.


The best way to learn is by doing. So all the information found in the Heritable Innovation Trust is experienced by our intern teams. To accurately convey methods and processes, H.I.T. interns engage in hands-on participation for every Trust Item. Community profiles and Integral Accounting analyses are constructed based on the direct experiences of our teams. Interns become active members of the communities they are hosted by. Our teams are frequently the first foreign visitors to the communities we engage with and thus build unique relationships with everyone they interact with.