Seed, Food & Climate
Supporting small farmers, especially women, to enhance their indigenous knowledge and seed varieties, to be food secure and to safeguard diversity for generations to come.
- Trainings with farmers and communities to strengthen the food sovereignty movement in Africa.
- UK and Ireland Seed Sovereignty Programme.
- We Feed the World photographic exhibition - website coming soon.
- FILM TRILOGY: Seeds of Freedom, Seeds of Sovereignty & Seeds of Justice: in the hands of farmers. Find out more (off site)
- REPORT: Celebrating African Rural Women: Custodians of Seed, Food and Traditional Knowledge for Climate Change Resilience. Download Report (PDF)
Land & Spirit
Protecting sacred natural sites and territories, and the rights of traditional custodians, through legislation, policy, inter-generational learning and habitat restoration.
- Exchanges, mapping and participatory tools to protect sacred places and raise the collective voices of custodians.
- REPORT: A Call for Legal Recognition of Sacred Natural Sites and Territories and their Customary Governance Systems. Download Report (PDF)
- FILM: Yaigoje Apaporis: traditional knowledge at the heart of protecting the Colombian Amazon. Watch Video (off site)
- FILM: Sacred Voices, the messages of African custodians of sacred natural sites. Watch Video (off site)
- Working with elders and youth for bio-cultural diversity to thrive.
Backing communities and social movements at the front line of mining struggles and other industrial threats to defend their ecological and cultural heritage and build alternative pathways.
- Collaborative initiatives to protect the Amazon and African Great Lakes.
- Yes to Life, No to Mining. Find out more (off site)
- REPORT: UnderMining Agriculture. Download Report (PDF)
- REPORT: UnderMining the Water Cycle. Download Report (PDF)
- REPORT: Mining: When is Enough, Enough? Download Report (PDF)
- ANIMATION: Wake-Up Call. Watch Video (off site)
Gaia, Governance & Ethics
A growing global movement committed to systemic change through the philosophy and practice of Earth Jurisprudence, which recognizes nature as the primary source of law and ethics.