We are a small, feisty organisation with over 30 years experience accompanying partners, communities and movements in Africa, South America, Asia and Europe. Together we work to revive bio-cultural diversity, to regenerate healthy ecosystems and to strengthen community self-governance for climate change resilience. With a base in north London, we work all over the world and apply a holistic approach to addressing the root causes of our converging crises, triggered by the industrial growth society.
Liz Hosken with women smallholder farmers from Kabaale,
Uganda, who are reviving their traditional seed diversity
through regular community dialogues
This work has never been more critical. We are facing growing planetary crises from climate change to mass species extinction to diminishing fresh water and social injustice. This is perpetuated by the increasingly aggressive industrial growth economy addicted to profit at any cost. We must work together, more than ever, to ensure that our children inherit a healthy planet. This has been Gaia’s enduring work over 30 years. Find out more about the path we have walked by reading our Story of Origin – discovering the people, the places and the philosophy behind all we do.
We live in a time of multiple, complex crises. There are no easy answers. Working to uphold the health and diversity of our living planet is always rewarding, but we think you’ll agree it can sometimes feel like swimming against the stream. And yet like salmon we leap, and more often than you might expect, we make it. We invite you to make the next leap with us by making a donation of any size. Thank you for your solidarity.
Celebrating the smallholder farmers and fisherfolk who really feed the world, this book is a beautiful work of art and activism not to be missed!
Featuring the work of 47 world-renowned photographers including Graciela Iturbide, Pieter Hugo, Tanya Habjouqa, Martin Parr and Omar Victor Diop, and the moving stories of regenerative farming from across 6 continents.
Published by Little Toller and The Gaia Foundation, with a foreword by food sovereignty advocate Vandana Shiva.