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11th November 2020

Lessons from Evangeline’s Garden

Evangeline Kagwiite, an 90 year-old Ugandan elder, has much to teach us about resilience and food growing in times of crisis, writes Dennis Tabaro in our latest story of resilience,… Read More

10th November 2020

OUT NOW: We Feed the World book launched

We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new photo book from The Gaia Foundation- We Feed The World: A celebration of smallholder farmers and fishing communities. Untold stories Through… Read More

3rd November 2020

This November… ‘We Feed the World’ The Book!

Telling the stories of the farmers and fishing communities who really feed the world, Gaia’s We Feed the World exhibition reached an audience of 50 million people when it was… Read More

3rd November 2020

Learning, unlearning and relearning to nurture future African leadership

Earth Jurisprudence Practitioner Simon Mitambo describes the work and success of the Kithino Learning Centre. A school like no other where students are able to reconnect with and learn from… Read More

3rd November 2020

Denouncing the murder of Fikile Ntshangase

It is with outrage and grief that we share this press release relating the murder of Earth Defender and grandmother Fikile Ntshangase, an outspoken opponent of coal mining in Somkhele,… Read More

29th October 2020

We’re Hiring! Join our Seed Sovereignty Programme

Are you based in the southwest of England, passionate about seed sovereignty and looking for a new challenge? We’re recruiting for a Southwest England Coordinator (Maternity Cover) for our Seed… Read More

15th October 2020

Alicia Dussán – 100 years dedicated to teaching and knowledge about Colombia’s indigenous cultures

Alicia Dussán Maldonado is one of Colombia’s most remarkable defenders of cultural and ethnic diversity, and a pioneer for women academics and researchers worldwide. She was the first Colombian woman… Read More

8th October 2020

Video: The Right to Say No to Mining in Europe

How are European communities already asserting their ‘Right to Say No’ to mining and other extractive projects, from the grassroots up? How can the Right to Say No be materially… Read More

6th October 2020

Interactive Story: Coming back to life in Tharaka, Kenya

“We are turning the tide on the history of loss in our own lands.” In the first instalment in Gaia’s global Stories of Resilience series, our Kenyan colleague Simon Mitambo… Read More

28th September 2020

Conscious Lawyer: The Emergence of Earth Jurisprudence in Africa

In this new article published by The Conscious Lawyer Magazine, Gaia’s Carlotta Byrne explores the emergence of Earth Jurisprudence in Africa, Gaia’s role in it, and the deep connections between… Read More