Gaia University Blog

Rana Mourtaja, 17, writes in the New Internationalist about staying alive in the Gaza Strip.
Indigenous Amazonian communities in Peru intend to block new oil bids failing immediate government action to solve problems of four decades of exploitation and contamination.
Imagine there was a pill you could take every day that would provide you with wealth, freedom, and luxuries beyond the imagination of even the wealthiest kings of yesteryear. Check out Petrolify! A new initiative from the Post Carbon Institute.
An event exploring why small-scale organic agriculture is key to global food security.
The Earth First! Summer Gathering is an annual camp for people involved in radical green direct action to come together, to talk, share skills, learn, listen, play, rant, find out whats going on, scheme, live outdoors, hang out, laugh, experience non hierarchical, low impact, family friendly living.
Allan Savory tells us that increasing livestock numbers can reduce desertification and reverse climate change – but where is the scientific evidence? Asks investigative journalist George Monbiot.
Simon Marshall writes at Permaculture News about next steps after completing a permaculture design course.
Abundance is the natural state of the world and we can improve the lot of humanity while also allowing the biosphere to thrive, says Matt Mellen in Positive News.
Inside a spare hotel room, on one of the most northern places on earth, something magical is happening. Plants are growing, worms are composting waste, and people are feeling re-connected to food in a world of mining and monetary extraction. Meet Gaia U Associate Benjamin Vidmar, Director of Polar Permaculture Solutions.
Coal production is gradually leaving Appalachia—having already extracted much of the region's natural wealth. Local people are figuring out how to build a new economy based on shared vision and community knowledge. If transition can happen here, it can change the debate everywhere, writes Laura Flanders in Yes! Magazine.