NATRAD is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization which was established in 2022 for public and charitable purposes. NATRAD, chartered charity headquarters in Los Angeles, California, has a vision of providing services to the communities with faith-based principles. We believe that every human is unique in their own ways. Every person on this earth faces different challenges throughout their lives and because of that; every person has knowledge that no other person has. In today’s world, we face many challenges, some are old challenges that we still continue to face and some are new challenges. The way humanity has overcome many difficult challenges and continues to progress throughout time has never been achieved by only one person, but rather it has been achieved by a team of people with the same common goal.
In today's world, one of the problems that we face today is a lack of fresh water. Overuse, increasing demand due to human population, pollution, poor management, lack of infrastructure funds, government conflicts, and changes in weather patterns due to climate change are some of the biggest reasons why lack of fresh water is a worldwide problem. These problems not only affect communities in developing countries, but it also affects developed countries (agriculture and other businesses) who rely heavily on fresh clean water to maintain the economy in local areas. At NATRAD, we expand opportunities and accelerate results through developing great ideas and innovations to focus on tackling the problems in areas where social issues not only affect certain communities, but the world.
NATRAD expands opportunity and accelerates results through developing great ideas and innovations. We focus on areas where social issues not only affect certain communities, but the world.
One of the problems that our world faces today - climate change is not something new to us. In fact, it was in 1896 that a Swedish scientist Svante Arrhenius who first predicted the change in the weather and the environment. Today, we face many challenges that affect climate change such as more frequent and intense drought, storms, heat waves, melting glaciers and warming oceans. These harmful events not only affect humans and our local communities, but it can also disrupt or even worse - destroy the entire biodiversity in the ecosystem. Over time, as we continue to experience more negative effects of what climate change can do to our environment and us as human species, we have also become aware and have a better understanding about climate change. Our understanding to experience and see the problems occurring now allows us to see the potential turning points in our human history to be more optimistic and that going progress is possible – together, we can face any challenges.