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Food, Seed and Climate Change Resilience

14th September 2020

Frontline Food – a new podcast

A new podcast that gives voice to the radical, grassroots stories of our food systems has just been launched – Frontline Food. Through interviews with leading food sovereignty activists, including… Read More

8th September 2020

Stories of resilience – introducing a new series

Million Belay of the Alliance for Food Sovereignty in Africa and Gaia’s Director, Liz Hosken, introduce a new Ecologist series exploring grassroots stories of resilience and hope in a time… Read More

7th August 2020

GAIA’S SUMMER UPDATE – STORIES OF RESILIENCE

Dear Friends, These are tumultuous times, yet in the bright, long days of a Northern summer, and as light returns to the South, we find cause for hope all around us.  In… Read More

22nd June 2020

We’re going on an Oat Quest…

Restoring seed diversity and farmers’ sovereignty over the seeds they grow is key to realising a just, equitable, nutritious and climate-change-resilient food system now and in the future. This is… Read More

4th June 2020

Koitajoki: flagship re-wilding of a Finnish river gets underway

In this article our Finnish partners Snowchange announce the launch of a new, world-leading effort to re-wild the Finnish-Russian Koitajoki River System using a combination of science and traditional knowledge…. Read More

21st May 2020

International Day for Biodiversity: Indigenous and local communities nurture life

“There is no God bigger than the sun, the moon, the air and the water… No matter how tall our buildings get and how high in the sky we fly, if… Read More

14th May 2020

The wisdom of Jose Lutzenberger, ecological visionary

“A healthy civilisation can only be one that harmonises with and integrates into the totality of life, enhancing not demolishing it.”  Today, 14th May 2020, marks 18 year since we said goodbye to our remarkable… Read More

17th April 2020

Meet the growers – on the International Day of Peasant’s Struggle

Every year on the 17th April we join the global movement of small farmers to mark the International Day of Peasant’s Struggle. It is a day to celebrate the men… Read More

8th April 2020

Jose Lutzenberger- A Legacy

 “Only a systematic, unitary, and synfonic worldview can assist us in comprehending the true nature of our wonderful living planet.” Born in Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil, Lutz… Read More

3rd April 2020

The Ecologist: Reviving nature and culture in Uganda

The Bagungu People are reviving indigenous practices and ecosystems in one of Africa’s most biodiverse regions. Gaia’s Head of Communications, Hannibal Rhoades, explores more in this article for The Ecologist…. Read More