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Pangeism is a philosophical movement that was developed in the 21st century as a consequence of the global climate, ecological, sanitary, political, ethical, social and economic crisis. It aims for the «peaceful sustainability of humanity on Earth» based on certain values such as global fraternity and ecosystem health. Pangeism is not a religion; it refers to a manifestation of intent, a philosophy of life that shows a specific individual and collective search. That is why pangeists, followers of pangeism, tend to introduce themselves as such in order to show through the symbolism of the term «everything they would like to improve concerning their personal and shared present» and «the goal they are working towards».

Pangeism is based on three fundamental principles: «to take care of land, water, air and biodiversity that inhabits our planet», «to take care of people» and «to share on an equal basis». Also, it establishes some minimum common and individual goals, acting as guidelines for its followers.

This movement boosts a global declaration of unity inspired by the collective paradigm of sustainability: a new cosmopolitan, fair and ecosystem-based identity whose construction is plural and free of personalism, and which is also based on common goals rather than differences.


1. To take care of land, water, air and biodiversity that inhabits our planet
2. To take care of people
3. To share on an equal basis


1. Promote a global fraternity and citizenship ideal regardless of race, colour, religion, gender or social status.
2. Foster freedom of thought. Nobody should abandon their personal convictions, their religions’ lessons and beliefs, philosophies or thoughts because of a doctrine or opinion that forces them to do so irrespective of whom supports or teaches it. Everybody has the right to join any school of thought but cannot force others to do so. Opinions and beliefs do not grant privileges to individuals nor do they inflict punishments. Everybody is free to courageously exercise their rights to freedom of thought and expression within the limits of respect and consideration for others.
3. Promote pluralism because there is more than one way to do things right.
4. Promote social integration and end poverty in all its forms everywhere.

5. End hunger and promote food sovereignty through sustainable agriculture.
6. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages.
7. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education, promote lifelong learning opportunities for all and educate for sustainability.
8. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.
9. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
10. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and safe energy for all.
11. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
12. Acknowledge humanity as part of nature, but not above it, and strengthen the interdependent relationship between the living creatures of the biosphere.
13. Halt the loss of biodiversity and the interruption of natural and vital life cycles.
14. Preserve and conserve terrestrial and marine ecosystems.
15. Restore (and regenerate) terrestrial and marine ecosystems devastated by human action.
16. Use the oceans, seas and marine resources to satisfy current needs without compromising future generations’ needs by being empathetic and respectful towards nature.
17. Use terrestrial ecosystems to satisfy current needs without compromising future generations’ needs by being empathetic and respectful towards nature. Sustainably manage forests, combat desertification and halt and reverse land degradation.
18. Reduce as many sources of anthropogenic pollution as possible.

19. Provide access to justice for all and build effective, adaptable, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels.
20. Support inclusive research studies and innovation for sustainability and make use of past, current and future knowledge and technology towards the aforementioned goals.
21. Reduce inequality within and among countries.
22. Ensure the fair distribution of wealth.
23. Evolve into a local and global socioeconomic system that is self-sufficient, collaborative, circular, supportive, inclusive and sustainable. Ensure consumption and production patterns that guarantee long-term sustainability and promote economic development indices whose main factors are human well-being and the health of our planet. If the aforementioned goals are not supported by the economy, then the economy is unsustainable, and it must be changed. In any economy, profit (financial and material gain) should be considered as part of the result, but it can never be considered as the goal itself.
24. Evolve into flexible, adaptable and creative communities that agree with the law of constant change.

25. Achieve peaceful, inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable cities and human communities. 
26. Evolve from «politics (and policies) for unsustainability» towards «politics (and policies) for sustainability». They must aim to achieve the aforementioned goals.
27. End political corruption. Regain honour, respect and trust in politicians.
28. Empower young people and allow them to be involved in the decision-making process. Heirs always must have a say in the decisions that build their future.
29. Strengthen the means of enforcement in order to achieve the goals and revitalize global partnerships for sustainability through global ideas and local actions.

30. Search for collective sustainability. Use resources, energy, time and capacities to satisfy current needs without compromising future generations’ needs.

To summarize, pangeism main collective goal is the search for sustainability.


1. Enhance and work on universal values and latent virtues in every human being. Be more supportive, generous, responsible, grateful, respectful, honest, cheerful, healthy, compassionate, empathic, cooperative, courageous, creative, democratic, upright, enthusiastic, fair, flexible, open minded, authentic, thoughtful, benevolent, fraternal, cautious and sustainable.
2. Respect and nourish our physical, energetic, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies in a balanced and healthy way in order to achieve our best version. In other words, to balance our body, mind and spirit.
3. Work on our personal emotional intelligence and use it for our health’s benefit and for the benefit of those around us. 

4. Work on personal ethics.
5. Work on the prevailing existential and spiritual crisis and strengthen the interdependent relationship between the human being and nature.
6. Work on our self-knowledge in a complete way. Just as it was written in the temple of Delphi: “Know Thyself and you will know the Universe and the Gods.”
7. Act daily towards pangeism collective goals. At the end of our lives, when considering what we gave and what we received, what we GAVE or shared should tilt the balance. Be Net Positive.


The term «Pangaea» was coined in 1912 by German geophysicist Alfred Wegner who developed the theory of continental drift. This term is derived from the Greek words pan (παν-, πάν, «all» or «as a whole») and gea (gaea in Latin, γαῖα in Geek, a derived form of the Indo-European term γῆ, «earth»); as a consequence, «Pangaea» means «all the Earth» because it denotes the prehistoric times when almost all the landmasses on Earth were grouped together in a supercontinent.

If continents were together million years ago, pangeists aim for humanity to look itself as a huge, united and interconnected society, «a citizen of the world», who recognizes the rights and duties of all human beings and species living in the biosphere. Consequently, the term «Pangaea» was used as the main root in pangeism: they say «pan-gaea», «everyone is Earth», because humanity is one with it.

In addition, the term pangeist is often used to refer to «individuals who aim for a better world and work daily towards the common good».


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