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Gaia joins Coalition calling for EU to ban cyanide and toxic mining 26th September. The Gaia Foundation joins a coalition of European allies in support of the Bang! Ban Cyanide Campaign. Together we call upon the EU, and Environmental Commissioner candidate Karmenu Vela, to ban toxic cyanide-based mining in Europe, establishing a continental precedent for ecological sanity that can be replicated worldwide. Read more...
Yaigoje Apaporis indigenous organisation wins UNDP Equator Prize 2014 The association of traditional indigenous authorities, ACIYA (Association of Indigenous Captains of the Yaigoje Apaporis), receives international recognition for its community research work into their traditional knowledge, at a star-studded ceremony in New York hosted by UNDP. Audience members Bill McKibben, Jane Goodall and UN Goodwill Ambassadors showed their support. Read more...
UnderMining Agriculture - New Report from The Gaia Foundation UnderMining Agriculture: How the Extractive Industries Threaten our Food Systems, exposes the hidden costs of mining on food, water, land, air and climate, showing how each is increasingly affected by toxins as the global land and water grab intensifies. Produced by The Gaia Foundation and global allies, the report calls the alert on a grave threat which has been largely ignored. Read more...
The Great Seed Festival This October the UK will be brimming with events celebrating the unsung hero of all our food; the seed. The Great Seed Festival will bring together chefs, gardeners, artists, farmers and many more to inspire audiences and highlight the connection between seed and food. There will be a hub of activity in London's Garden Museum from 10th - 12th Oct and other events throughout the month. Read more...

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