Donations and Sponsorships

Pursuing the Harmony of Ecology and Technology Since 1973

How to Donate

For donations to I.E. USA, please use the donation form to the left (desktop) or above (mobile). A registered USA non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation Nº 74-3177755. For donations in the United Kingdom, see the section below.

We are currently raising money for the following projects or funds:

  1. For The Heraclitus Rebuild – To help us continue our critical ocean research donate here.
  2. Las Casas de Selvawhich pioneers innovative approaches to timber production in tropical secondary rainforests, enriching rather than clear-cutting tropical forests, and engages in research, education and public outreach in Puerto Rico.
  3. Eden In Iraq Wastewater Gardens – To support water remediation technology in drought ridden areas donate here.
  4. Academia Biospherica, an educational network devoted to cultivating a regenerative world for a synergetic civilization.
  5. For Synergetic Press, publisher of books on biospherics and human consciousness, donate here.

Donate to the Institute of Ecotechnics in the United Kingdom.

A registered charity in the United Kingdom ~ Nº 1081259.

Featured Campaign


The renowned Research Vessel Heraclitus was built by the Institute of EcoTechnics in 1975. It has had incredible voyages that have raised standards for oceanic research over the past 50 years. It has sailed globally reaching over 270,000 nautical miles in every sea in the world, with the only exception being the Arctic. This even includes 3,700 km up the Amazon River. 

However, the ship has it’s biggest voyage yet. The EcoTechnic team has vowed to dedicate the ship for critical ocean research in an effort to mitigate and report on the climate crisis. 

In order for us to continue our research we need to raise $175,000 in funds to complete the last phase of our rebuild; sealing the ship to get it sea-ready once more!

Photo of Damaged Wood Drying Shed

Wastewater Garden & Cultural Heritage Project in Southern Iraq

The Eden in Iraq Wastewater Garden team at the project site in El Chibaish with the pipe from the sewage switch plant which will fill our site growing marsh plants. It currently is discharging this untreated, raw sewage into the marshes, as it did into the Euphrates River, endangering human health and the environment.


Research Vessel Heraclitus Rebuild

We are pleased to serve as a fiscal sponsor for the rebuilding of the Research Vessel Heraclitus. First built by Ecotechnics in 1975, the vessel is well on its way toward completion of a total rebuild in Spain.

Donate to Synergetic Press

Synergetic Press

We are pleased to serve as a corporate fiscal sponsor to Synergetic Press, a mission driven independent press publishing scholarly books in ecology, consciousness and social justice.

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