Claes Nobel, Founder and Chairman of United Earth, has been a committed environmentalist for over three decades. He is the senior member of the Nobel family of Sweden, founders of the Nobel Prize.
In 1972, he attended the breakthrough Stockholm United Nations Conference on the Human Environment credited with launching the global environmental movement, and giving birth to the United Nations Environmental Programme (UNEP).
In 1974, Nobel founded a non-profit organization called the Earth Aid Society and was reorganized as United Earth in 1984. United Earth is a non-profit and non-governmental organization of the United Nations organized around the Environment and Education.
Claes Nobel has worked with the International Federation of Institutes for Advanced Studies in Stockholm, the Linus Pauling Institute of Science and Medicine in Menlo Park, California, and the Global Forum of Spiritual and Parliamentary Leaders on Human.
He currently serves as Chairman of the National Society of High School Scholars, and is an internationally recognized speaker and lecturer on education and environmental issues.
The Nobel Laureates Declaration On The Survival Of Mankind
Over 78 Nobel Laureates Sign Their support for The Survival of Mankind
“We, the Nobel Laureates, pledge our active support to efforts to conserve
our natural heritage and to achieve a dynamic balance between Mankind
and Nature in a world in which Man can live in Dignity. Peace and Brotherhood.”
~ Linus Pauling
Nobel Prize, Chemistry 1954; Nobel Prize, Peace 1962 — Stockholm December 10, 1975
The Global Declaration of Earth Ethics
World Harmony Via Earth Ethics
Right Thoughts – Right Words – Right Actions – Right Here and Now
“WE BELIEVE Ethics coupled with common sense and logic will bring forth
true leaders, men and women of the highest integrity, worthy of being
listened to, looked up to, followed and emulated – the genuine world heroes
serving Humanity in the Light of Truth.”
~ Claes Nobel