Intemerate Earth is developing a curriculum for degree accreditation. The purpose is to integrate community-based relations, leadership, and the household with a just and equitable financial index based on the intemerate equation, enabling a bottom-up translocal and inter-global economic approach. Intemerate Earth seeks to work collectively towards an outcome that will transition local, national, and regional economies by accounting for wellbeing and our environmental interactions.
Intemerate Earth has received support from the World Council of Churches (WCC) and we seek to promote partnerships in regional and global collectives. Intemerate Accounting was initially developed in programs and workshops convened by the Institute of Mission and Research (IMR), Pacific Theological College (PTC), the Pacific Conference of Churches (PCC), and the Oceanic Centre for Arts, Culture, and Pacific Studies at the University of the South Pacific (USP), as part of the “Reweaving the Ecological Mat” initiative, as well as the Framework for Pacific Regionalism, Pacific Island Forum/Secretariat (PIF). Intemerate Accounting embraces indigenous and customary peoples, women, at-risk communities, and can be adjusted for local and regional governments.