Gaia Education action-oriented and solution-based programmes responding to the needs of people in real circumstances in a rapidly changing world.
Introduction to Designing for Sustainability
In Gaia Education’s 15-hour Intro course, you will discover the big picture of co-creating a thriving future
State of Flight 2018
Gaia Education aims to support and promote the implementation of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Our graduates become #Changemakers, capable of playing active roles in transitioning their communities to sustainable and regenerative practices, lifestyles and infrastructures. Later in their journey, our learners can become #Glocalisers. Empowered by the skills and knowledge acquired throughout their learning and combining them with their own personal journey, Glocalisers show how positive local changes can have a global impact.
Building Capacity and Empowering Communities (BCEC) project aims at improving sustainable food security and livelihoods of the most vulnerable communities in 42 villages in Khulna and Bagerhat – the two southernmost coastal districts in Bangladesh, prone to severe cyclones, flood and salinity.
Design for Sustainability & Organic Food Systems Learning Journey
Sicilia Integra aims to support the socio-economic integration of migrants and unemployed youth through sustainable community and agro-ecology capacity building activities with the view of creating an alternative trading platform for the commercialisation of organic products in European markets.
People, Power in the Climate Change Age
How empowered women from 4 villages across Podor, Northern Senegal, have transformed desert land into productive soil, nutritious meals and enhanced livelihoods.
Ezio Gori: Public Sector and Ecological Design: A Synergy for SDGs Acceleration
Ezio Gori’s webinar “Public Sector and Ecological Design: A Synergy for SDGs Acceleration” explores how the public sector can lead the charge by example through policy, strategy and regulations in the implementation of public sector projects
Jacqueline Fletcher: Life Creates the Conditions Conducive to Life
Jacqueline’s #Glocalisers webinar:‘Life Creates the Conditions Conducive to Life’ – Ecological Design at the Heart of Regenerative Cultures presents how integrating ourselves into the web of life implies a shift in core values that inform new narratives and an invigorating transition to regenerative cultures.
Daniel Wahl: Designing for Regeneration and Planetary Health
Dr Daniel Wahl hosted a Gaia Education #Glocalisers webinar, entitled “Designing for Regeneration & Planetary Health – How to facilitate the emergence of positive change at local, bioregional and global scales”.
Eduard Müller: Regenerative Development
Eduard Müller held a Gaia Education #Glocalisers webinar on “Regenerative Development – Recovering the safe operating space for human societies”.
Eduard Müller: Desarrollo Regenerativo
Recuperar el espacio operativo seguro para las sociedades humanas – Eduard Müller.
Lara Freitas: Working Together in Neighbourhoods for Regeneration
In July 2018 Lara Freitas held a Gaia Education, #Glocaliser webinar on “Working Together in Neighbourhoods for Regeneration”.
Peter Gringinger: Regenerative Design and Development
Peter Gringinger held a Gaia Education webinar on Regenerative Design and Development – Transforming the ways humans inhabit the world.
Rajah Banerjee: How Fair is the Practice of Fair Trade
Rajah Banerjee talks about Fair Trade in this Gaia Education’s #Glocalisers webinar.
Monica Picavêa: From Sustainability to Social Impact and Regeneration – New Rules for New Business
Listen to Monica Picavêa in this #Glocalisers webinar presented to you by Gaia Education.
Pathways to Prosperity: Turning Around the Global Economy
This webinar was co-hosted with Schumacher College, and took place on the 7 March 2018. This webinar is a conversation between Ross Jackson and Jonathan Dawson, moderated by Naresh Giangrande.
Eduardo Weaver: Theosophy – Ancient Wisdom Applied to Modern Times
Eduardo Weaver, a Gaia Education certified trainer, covers the far-reaching influence of Theosophy in ‘Theosophy, Ancient Wisdom Applied to Modern Times.’
Transformative Change, Sustainability and Regeneration
In this webinar, Simon Robinson will talk to Fritjof Capra and Daniel Wahl to explore why many civil society organizations are still critical of the SDGs and how the ‘Global Goals’ could improve multi-stakeholder collaboration between business, public authorities and civil society at the local and regional scale.
Pupak Haghighi: Rewilding the Fertile Crescent- the Concept and Practice
In this #Glocalisers webinar Pupak Haghighi explores the principles of ‘rewilding’, cultivates a new imagination for the region known as the Middle East, and looks into why we chose to address this place as the Fertile Crescent
Sasche Jenke: Numbers and Economy – As You’ve Never Seen Them Before.
The first in the Gaia education #Glocalisers Webinar series.
In this webinar Gaia Education Certified Trainer, Sascha Jenke, explores the basics of how numbers can guide the way you understand and interact with the world. He shows how numbers can be applied to fundamental questions about economy and how they can also revolutionise them.
Jennifer Trujillo shares her personal experience exploring rural and urban sustainable living projects.
An Introduction to the Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) Europe.
Robert Hall, former president and managing director of GEN Europe, introduces the Global Ecovillage Network Europe.
Ecovillage Design Education (EDE) at Schloss Glarisegg
Have a look at what you can expect from an EDE experience at Schloss Glarisegg.
Helena Norberg-Hodge: The Economics of Happiness – TEDxEQCHCH
Part of the process of re-imaging Christchurch is taking a look at our place in the world, and in particular the rapid cultural shifts we’ve seen in the short existence of the city that urbanisation and the shift in economics have driven. One presenter who can help inform us about these issues is Helena Norberg-Hodge.