News & Press

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

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

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

3rd October 2018

10 things to see and do at We Feed the World!

Next week will see the launch of We Feed the World- our global photographic exhibition celebrating the small-scale farmers and fishers who feed the world, cool the planet and care… Read More

1st April 2014

UN Climate experts: Green Revolution leaves food systems vulnerable to climate change

The United Nations’ experts from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) have stated that the so-called “green revolution” is leaving agriculture vulnerable to climate change, and that new approaches… Read More

18th November 2013

Agriculture unable to adapt due to financial freeze in Warsaw, say developing countries

Press release from the Gaia Foundation. Monday 18 November 2013 [Warsaw, Poland] Adaptation in agriculture cannot happen without financial support, is the bleak message from developing countries at the UN… Read More

26th October 2013

Seed Diversity Key to Weathering the Storms Ahead

Originally featured on the Thomson Reuters website, Gaia’s Teresa Anderson explains why seed diversity is critical for all that lies ahead. If the now-daily incidences of extreme weather events around the… Read More