Unleash you inner ECO HERO while wearing our signature T-shirt. There are three editions – so that kids, men and women can proudly spread the message that they are an ECO HERO, which makes them both beautiful and smart at the same time.
ECO HERO T-shirt
SMALL – kids
ECO HERO T-shirt
SMALL – women
ECO HERO T-shirt
MEDIUM – men
Urban Ecology E-Book (English)
30 short stories based on Pamela's first tv show “Our PLanet” and her life in New York. The narrative is brought by a European environmental economist and will make Americans re-discover their way of living.
(Inclusive of 30 interactive assignments as well as feedback and coaching from the author)
Editor’s Choice by Eco-Structure Magazine
Urban Ecology E-Book (DUTCH)
30 short stories based on Pamela’s first tv show “Our Planet” and her life in New York. The narrative is brought by a European environmental economist and will make Americans re-discover their way of living. (Inclusive of 30 interactive assignments as well as feedback and coaching from the author)
Eco Hero goes to Sweden (English)
Eco Hero is a little girl who travels the world solving environmental imbalances often caused by human pressure. In every book, she visits a different country, makes new friends and solves the problem with this group. In this first book, Eco Hero will go to Sweden and teach you more on sustainable development, the magical way!
A book that makes environmental education fun! Inclusive of teacher’s manual.
Ages 11 and up.
Eco Hero goes to Canada (English)
In this second book, Eco Hero will go to Canada, learn about the Arctic, meets a magical Narwhal and works with Inuit kids in order to help Mother Earth! Inclusive of teacher’s manual!
BECOME AN ECO HERO (English)
Award winning environmental economist Pamela Peeters brings a three part book to your school or other educational institution. This 200 page long book shows how one person can make a difference in the development of a sustainable planet, inclusive of an ecological manifesto and a one week workshop.
Pre-order at firstname.lastname@example.org
(OUT IN NOVEMBER)
TRANSFORM BY A TUSK
Dive into an Arctic adventure with the magical Eco Hero and become a part of a 1000 year old legend that involves a Narwhal, an accomplished scientist and an Inuit community. The comic book was written in collaboration with Dr. Martin Nweeia, the leading Narwhal Tusk expert in the world.
Through my art I hope to inspire people in their search for a new green or social identity and reconnect with the “Light” in their hearts. With my “Elements” series I aim to give a voice to Mother Earth who shares her unlimited love and abundance through her rivers, forests, air and the riches contained in her soil. While the images are mine, the inspiration for the language comes from the natural world.
The six photographs on sale have been taken during my international travels and are a part of my 2018 “Elements, a journey into the language of Mother Earth” calendar. Each art piece is an 18 by 18 inches metal print with floating frame and creates different lightscapes dependent on the ambient room light and time of day. Each can be purchased for $199 (excluding shipping and handling)
“ELEMENTS” is an uplifting card deck that inspires personal growth, self actualization and the development of a more loving and genuine version of you! This collection of thirty- one wisdom cards represents the voice and natural elements of our planet.
Also available are the “ELEMENTS” posters for your home or office, your personal workbook for your journaling, and a 31-day digital program composed of thirty-two videos.
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The “See the Light in All” picture was taken in the Arctic during the 2015 “Narwhal Transformative Technologies” expedition. Since it was August, the sun didn’t set and I decided to go for a hike by a little stream. When I looked at these beautiful plants, also called arctic cotton or suputi (or pualunnguat in Inuktitut), I saw beauty in each and every single one of them, hence the inspiration to look at “All” with the same mindset!
The “Breathe in the energy from the emptiness between the branches” picture was taken during a hike on the Appalachian trail in Massachusetts. It was late fall, the air was getting crisp and the sun was slowly setting. All felt naked and as to embrace the space I looked up to the treetops and swirled around. The contrast made me think about the glass half full or empty and I realized there was a different way to look at trees.
The “Listen … to another language” picture was taken in one of the greenhouses of the New York Botanical garden where I love to stroll all while photographing plants and flowers. The plants in this image caught my attention because two of them seemed to be having a great conversation. Plant communication exists and the “Listen” artwork reminds us to be aware of the more subtle things one can pick up when attentive.
The “When in your truth All reflects your thoughts” picture was taken when sitting by a pond in the New York Botanical garden. The water mirrored the image of the flowers perfectly and it was almost impossible to recognize what was above and below, what was the real image and what was its reflection. The parallel reminds us that when you are at peace and when your mind is still, the better insights occur.
The “After the Storm balance gets restored” picture was taken in Puerto Vallarta (Mexico) after a spectacular storm that included thunder, lightning and torrential rain. It was a late summer afternoon and just when you thought life on earth was going to end, the clouds dissipated and the sun came through. Harmony returned in an instance and that is when I snapped the image.
The “Elevate yourself Beyond what is known to you” picture was taken in the Ubud patio of a Shaman in Bali. It is the typical Lotus flower that reminds us that when experiencing something negative, there is always room for a positive interpretation or growth. Our perception often limits our belief and if you elevate your thoughts, a new reality can grow.
ART – as seen in WHITEWALL Magazine, the Smithsonian Museum Washington, the International pavilion in Ottawa for the 150th anniversary of Canada, Eyestorm Gallery Manhattan, Aeroplastics gallery in Brussels, the Children’s Museum of the Arts Manhattan, Durst Gallery Manhattan, Sharon town hall and the homes of some private collectors