Earth Foundation Corey Ryder

Starting on August 1, 2001, Earth Foundation formed a coalition with a special group of Native Hawaiian elders who have been very effective in uniting the Hawaiian community to address their cultural concerns. Earth Foundations coalition with Native Hawaiians remains strong, has substantially increased in trust and strength, and helps protect the ‘aina.’ Some local people say the aina is the feeling of the land. And, many other locals say the aina (pronounced EYE-nuh) is the feeling in the land, the air, the water, in the animals and birds, in the people – the ONEness of feeling that to many people seems to unite everything together into ONE.

Earth Foundation Corey Ryder
In the Hawaii State Legislature, in Honolulu, EFs representative has good relationships with top leaders in the State Senate and the State House of Representatives. On Maui, we have good relationships with top elected and appointed officials, the Mayor, and the Planning Director of Maui County Government and we work closely with Maui County Government where appropriate.

Whale expert Corey Ryder of the Earth Foundation to speak
KAANAPALI — Pacific Whale Foundation will present “An Evening with the Experts” on Saturday, Feb. 12, in Kaanapali. Noted whale experts Bryant Austin, Ari Friedlaender, Greg Kaufman and Corey Ryder will speak and present videos and photos relating to the latest discoveries and developments in humankind’s quest to understand and save whales. Free and open to the public, the event is set for 5:30 to 8 p.m. at The Westin Maui Resort and Spa. For information, visit www.mauiwhalefestival.org or call 249-8811, extension 1.

Corey Ryder
C.T. Ryder, President, EARTH FOUNDATION INCORPORATED | facebook.com

Corey Ryder, President at Earth Foundation
Corey Ryder Independent Writing and Editing Professional Hawaiian Islands Writing and Editing Corey Ryder President at Earth Foundation Hawaiian Islands Media Production

Corey Ryder, co-founder and president of Earth Foundation
C.T. Ryder, co-founder and president of Earth Foundation, envisioned sharing vital information via the media in order to mobilize and facilitate change. It’s a good use of media, he said. It’s really the democratization of mass media. In particular, viral media is the new information superhighway, said Ryder. It gives us the ability to sidestep major media vehicles and make things happen immediately—on a personal level. From social networking sites to the ever-expanding blogosphere, Everyone is getting a shot these days, he said. It gives us an extraordinary opportunity to unite on key issues and create incredible inertia for generating a social movement.

Earth Foundation Corey Ryder
Dr. Ed Laws, Ph. D. Former Chairman Department of Oceanography University of Hawaii In April 2003 the President of the University of Hawaii referred Earth Foundation’s Mr. Ryder to Dr. Ed Laws then serving as Chairman of the UH Department of Oceanography. It was a great pleasure for EF’s Mr. Ryder to meet and form a relationship with the great gentleman Dr. Laws over a 1 ½ year period. During that time, UH Oceanography Chairman Dr. Laws spent considerable time sharing substantial information with EF about Hawaii’s and the world’s oceans, other scientific information, public health, and the scientific method of research.

Earth Foundation Corey Ryder
Dr. Ed Laws, Ph. D. Former Chairman Department of Oceanography University of Hawaii In April 2003 the President of the University of Hawaii referred Earth Foundation’s Mr. Ryder to Dr. Ed Laws then serving as Chairman of the UH Department of Oceanography. It was a great pleasure for EF’s Mr. Ryder to meet and form a relationship with the great gentleman Dr. Laws over a 1 ½ year period. During that time, UH Oceanography Chairman Dr. Laws spent considerable time sharing substantial information with EF about Hawaii’s and the world’s oceans, other scientific information, public health, and the scientific method of research.