Environmental Education & Reforestation in Haiti


Operation Green Leaves 22nd Anniversary September 29th

Preserve & Protect Planet Earth

The entire month of September Operation Green Leaves has been celebrating 22 years of service in South Florida and Haiti with an online campaign to create awareness and raise funds for our projects both here in South Florida and Haiti. We h
ope to be able to continue to provide our urgent environmental programs and projects 22 more years and beyond. We know however it will be challenging without the financial support of members and friends. Tomorrow September 29th is the actual Date, so if you have not had the opportunity to make your tax-deductible anniversary gift, please consider doing it today. Any amount will contribute to help us continue to reach our goals. Simply go to http://www.oglhaiti.com/ and click make a donation. We are counting on your support.

Peace & Blessings,
Nadine C. Patrice, Executive Director
Operation Green Leaves Inc.



Earth our home planet

The theme for the 2012 World Environment Day GREEN ECONOMY. The United Nations Environment Programs has listed 10 sectors of economy for a green and sustainable planet. They are the following: BUILDINGS, FISHERIES, FORESTRY,TRANSPORT,WATER,AGRICULTURE,TOURISM,WASTE,MANUFACTURING AND INDUSTRY.

Green Economy includes industries, businesses or works that achieve low carbon emmission, and improment of energy efficiency.
Our planet Earth is experiencing great changes currently, it is our only home. It is our resposibility as EARTHLINGS, to be aware and pay attention to what is happening, learn as much as we can so we can take the right actions to protect,preserve and heal her. Remember the earth is ONE inter-connected Eco-system.

When you are shopping for anything, food, clothes, cars ect. make sure that the companies that you are supporting by purchasing their product to it sustainably. Make sure they are a green company or making steps toward it. To heal and save our planet we must all get involve.

Peace, & Blessings,
Nadine C. Patrice
Executive Director, Operation Green Leaves Inc.

Climate Change is NOW not at a future Date

I recently came accrooss a video which is very comprehensive regarding the Climate Change and Global Warming crisis that our beautiful planet earth is currently facing. Right now Planet Earth is our only home it is important for all humanity to pay attention and learn more get educated on what is happening to our planet and how they can take action at least to reduce the impact. Our planet is really ONE GLOBAL ECO SYSTEM, when it comes to the environment there are NO BORDERS. We are really ONE and the action of One impacts the whole.

Global Warming and Climate Change is NOW not in the future. Pay attention, learn all you can. Sharing with you a comprehensive video. Our planet is a living, breathing being, we must treat her with reverence and respect. When dealing with the environment there are no borders it is ONE GLOBAL ECO SYSTEM! http://tinyurl.com/c8r49va

Peace and Blessings to all
Nadine C. Patrice
Executive Director
Operation Green Leaves Inc.



Today is the United Nations International Peace Day. As you know from watching the news and information in the media, we are living in very dificult and violent times. Today more than ever humanity needs to renew its committment to have peace on Planet Earth. Time for us to pay attention and think about what is really important. Wether you understand it or not yet, in reality we are really One heart, One breath, One love, One family of God sharing this magnificent planet. Today please consider taking some action to show your unity with humanity to promote World Peace on Planet earth. For more details, visit http://www.peaceoneday.org
Today would be the perfect day to call a family member, friend or colleague that you had issue with and forgive and move on with peace in your heart.

And my wish for my home country of Haiti… May Haiti experience Peace, Love and Hamony. ONE LOVE!

Nadine C. Patrice
Executive Director
Operation Green Leaves Inc.

Merry Christmas Haiti! May Santa Bring You A Better Life

On 12 January 2010, a 7.0 magnitude earthquake rocked a densely populated area of Haiti, near the capital of Port-au-Prince. Damage was extensive. Death estimates top 300,000, but noone knows for sure. More than 1 million people were left homeless, most of them remain in tent cities nearly 2 years later. No electricity. No sanitation. Few paved roads. Deforestation. Soil erosion. Yet, a spirit of hope and optimism remains.

Pictures by Brian Machray of Yosemite Lakes Community Church in Coarsegoldm CA. The Haitian National Anthem is sung by Yvon ‘Capi’ Andre, a founding member of Tabou Compo. Pastor Audley Wisdom provides Holy Night from the 17 December 2011 Sabbath Service.┬áVideo produced and distributed by Ken English.


If you missed our live weekly radio show “Eco Alert with Nadine Patrice”, earlier this morning, you can still listen to the show by going to http://www.oglhaiti.com. & click on radio show. We discussed the potential DEATH of 100 years old oak trees in Little Haiti. Let us know your opinion on the subject. Help us save these trees.


We are really One Heart, One Love, One Breath, One Family of God sharing this magnificent planet. HAPPY THANKSGIVING. Peace & Blessings, to ALL.

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