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Gaia Amazonas inspires climate change action and the world's largest ecological corridor Colombia's government announced that it will draw up plans to join with Brazil and Venezuela in creating the world's largest ecological corridor, a project aimed at mitigating the effects of climate change and preserving biodiversity. The corridor will span 135 million hectares (521,240 sq. miles) and is thanks to the work and dedicated of our partner Gaia Amazonas. Read more...
Yaigojé Apaporis - traditional knowledge at the heart of protecting the Colombian Amazon 21st January - We are delighted to share a new short film - Yaigoije Apaporis - produced by Gaia in collaboration with our partner Gaia Amazonas. The film documents the efforts of indigenous communities in Colombia's Yaigoije Apaporis region to strengthen their traditional knowedge and protect their homeland from threats such as gold mining. Read more...
New Year, New Job! Come and work with Gaia January 2015 - We're looking for a Senior Strategic Partnerships and Fundraising Coordinator. Are you someone who loves to spot connections and synergies, to link people up and look for opportunities to strengthen collaboration? Are you passionate about ecological, social and economic justice and the protection of our beautiful planet? Read more...
New Film: Reconnecting with the Sacred in Bale, Ethiopia We are pleased to share a new short film, Reconnecting with the Sacred: Community-led revival of Nature and Culture in Bale, Ethiopia, produced by our partner MELCA. The film explores MELCA's work alongside communities to protect and conserve Bale Forest in central Ethiopia and its Sacred Natural Sites. Read more...

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06/02/2015
By Tom Brenan (Wild Law UK) and Carine Nadal (Gaia Foundation) It's certainly unusual to see the words 'Rights of Nature' displayed in the window of...
Rights of Nature – a legal ideal or practical reality?
15/01/2015
Originally written for and posted at EJLOT.org The small agricultural community of Doima in central Colombia faces a grim and unwanted fate if...
Communities Unite to Say Yes to Life, No to Mining
13/12/2014
Carine Nadal and Tom Brenan* share their thoughts and experiences of a more Eco-Conscious Christmas. Christmas is a special period, a time for...
Dreaming of an Eco Christmas

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