We have a number of programs both through ESRAG
and Rotary International that need your help.
Countries Included in Region
All countries in Central and South America
Leaders of Chapter
Official Regional Links
About Our Chapter
Welcome to the Environmental Sustainability Group (ESG) + the Environmental Sustainability Rotary Action Group (ESRAG)!
We formed ESG + ESRAG to empower members of the Rotary family worldwide to take actions to sustain our environment, particularly to stabilize our climate. How can ESG + ESRAG help you?
ESG + ESRAG provides an organizing point and informational resources to share information with clubs and communities about sustainable practices and the global humanitarian crisis of climate change.
Our action model:
Identify environmental leaders within the Rotary world, assist them in initiating environmental service projects that are meaningful to THEM, help where we can, and acknowledge and publicize their awesome work.
Did you know that RAG membership is “open to Rotarians, their family members as well as participants and alumni of all Rotary and Foundation programs?” Please join if you are not yet a member and invite your Rotary colleagues, too!
We look forward to collaborating with you to bring Rotary’s ‘Service Above Self’ ethic to solving environmental problems.
Monthly Regional Chapter meetings.
Contact us to learn more.
No monthly meetings are held at this time.
Speaker: Ralph Rosemans and Steve Andrews
Topic: "Update on conservation in the Cape Floral Kingdom" and "A Naturalist's life and his new book entitled, "The Magic of Butterflies and Moths""
February 8th 2023 at 2:00 pm
Speaker: Gertrude Noden
Topic: The Problem with Plastics: From Plastics to Playground
February 15th 2023 at 2:00 pm
Speaker: Rajendrakumar Saraf
Topic: UPCYCLING workshop to preserve and conserve resources with the aim and objective to develop capacity and leadership qualities in Indian students for sustainable living.
February 22nd 2023 at 2:00 pm
A few of the projects our regional chapter is and has been involved in.
Send a love letter to Mother Earth: choose a Plant-Rich Diet!
Rotarians are joining Indigenous communities and other local farmers in the quest to save biodiversity to save our future. This month, ESRAG showcases projects protecting rainforests and bees.
by Ariel Miller If you are planning a trip by plane, consider using ESRAG’s Flight Carbon Estimator and making a donation to The Rotary Foundation to support Rotary projects that reduce carbon...
Form your own committee.
Learn more about how to form your own Club
or District Environmental Sustainability Committee.