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 Martin von Hildebrand - the visionary behind the world’s biggest conservation project, the Amazonian corridor – to talk at Gaia next week. Meet Martin von Hildebrand, ecological visionary, friend of Gaia and the man who has helped protect an area of the Colombian Amazon the size of the UK. Read about Martin's new initiative to protect a huge corridor of the Amazon Rainforest, from the Andes to the Amazon, and help stop runaway climate change. Read more...
EARTH DAY: Gaia to contribute to UN dialogues on living in harmony with Nature The Gaia Foundation is working with the UN's Harmony with Nature programme, to launch an exciting new global conversation about Earth Jurisprudence and how we can move away from a human-centred worldview and establish an Earth-centred relationship with the planet. Read more...
Earth Stories: The Life and Practice of Fassil Gebeyehu On Earth Day, lawyer, leader and Earth Jurisprudence practitioner in-training, Fassil Gebeyehu, reflects on his journey so far. From his upbringing in rural Ethiopia and the westernised education he feels divorces us from nature, to becoming an EJ practitioner through training with Gaia, Fassil describes how he is reviving his deep connection with Mother Earth Read more...
In Defence of Life: New film released to honour murdered environmental defenders After a month of bloody violence that claimed the lives of environmental defenders from Honduras to South Africa, today The Gaia Foundation and partners release a new film exploring how four communities around the world, all under siege from mining companies, are fighting back to protect their lands, livelihoods and life itself. Read more...

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05/05/2016
On Thursday 5th of May, join Gaia and Rainforest Concern, with guest speaker Martin von Hildebrand, to learn about a pioneering new initiative to protect a huge area of the Northern Amazon: The Path...
The Path of the Anacondas: Protecting the Amazon, Flying Rivers and the Climate

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08/03/2016
International Women's Day is a vital time to celebrate and valorise African rural womens' knowledge and their contributions to our food system and...
International Women's Day: Celebrating the custodians of seed and food!
17/02/2016
"They tried to bury us but they didn't know we were seeds." Dinos Christianopoulos The first Sunday of February and the sun spilled down on the...
Seedy Sunday and Seeds of Change
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Hal Rhoades discusses why, despite the hype, the climate agreement hatched by world governments in Paris won't save us from climate catastrophe. With...
COP Out: The hollow promise of the Paris climate deal

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