When Earth Day was announced in 2009, states recognized the Earth and its ecosystems as our home, and thus acknowledged the need to promote harmony with nature to create a balance between our economic, social and environmental needs. In order to fulfil the needs of a growing population, it is necessary to establish a more sustainable model for production, consumption, and economy as a whole. Nine resolutions on harmony with nature were adopted to encourage the development of a new relationship with nature.
- Harmony with Nature has become an official partner of the Annual International Conference on the Rights of Nature, of the Geneva Forum International Declaration of the Rights of Nature, and is therefore represented there every year.
- In addition to attending as a speaker to report on the current state of the Rights of Nature, Harmony with Nature also recommends participants for the conference.
- Each year in April, Harmony with Nature invites the Geneva Forum to New York, for Earth Day.
- Throughout the year, it ensures that the Geneva Forum remains updated on global developments on this topic.