News & Press

21st March 2024

Path of the Elephants

Meet Sam, the Earth Jurisprudence Practitioner who is working with Baka Forest Peoples to breathe new life into ‘the lungs of Africa’. Watch the film: Read Sam’s story: Indigenous communities,… Read More

20th March 2024

The spell of the sea

Uniting scientists, citizens, fishers and school-children behind Uruguay’s quest for ocean protection An update from Gaia’s Sacred Lands and Waters Lead, Fiona Wilton There is nothing like surfing a wave… Read More

19th March 2024

Strengthening Affectionate Alliances in the Amazon and Beyond

Grace Iara Souza, lead convenor of the Alliance for the Amazon and Beyond, spent almost three months in Brazil at the turn of this year. She tells us about her… Read More

7th March 2024

Seed Week Roundup

During this year’s Seed Week, we glimpsed what’s possible when we restore our relationship with seed. From the joy of breeding diverse populations, to the magic of seed swaps and… Read More

We Feed The UK - photo of Charlie Mallon by Yvette Monahan
1st March 2024

We Feed The UK

Grown by the Gaia Foundation as an evolution of We Feed the World, We Feed The UK is a major arts project pairing critically acclaimed photographers and poets with regenerative… Read More

1st March 2024

Where Giants Grow

Our new Seed Sovereignty film follows the legend of a giant cabbage across our isles… Stories and seeds have grown hand in hand since the dawn of agriculture. Just as… Read More

15th February 2024

Looking Forward to Seed Week

As we enter into 2024, there is a growing sense of urgency for decisive change. Conflict, social unrest, climate breakdown and biodiversity collapse are all happening – now. So now… Read More

Danilo and his daughter, Ati Viviam, by Pavel Martiarena
11th January 2024

Remembering Danilo Villafañe (1974-2023)

Farewell to a friend, leader and voice for the ‘Heart of the World’ – by Fiona Wilton For the Arhuaco people of northern Colombia, there is life and spirit in… Read More

4th January 2024

A Voice for Antarctica 

By Fiona Wilton, Sacred Lands and Waters Lead at The Gaia Foundation. Originally published in SEA Magazine.  It’s hard not to feel a sense of wonder when you think of Antarctica – snowy landscapes,… Read More

19th December 2023

Completing an Earth Jurisprudence Training Cycle

We sit on a rising bank, just beyond reeds that hang with weaver bird nests. In front of us, a pond where dragonflies nip and swallows dip, lily pads brim… Read More