News & Press

8th September 2020

Stories of resilience – introducing a new series

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

7th September 2020

We Feed the World – a global photographic project

From the icy waters of Northern Sweden to the humid depths of the Amazon rainforest, We Feed the World explores the triumphs of small-scale farmers and fisher-people who feed themselves and others… Read More

7th August 2020


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

7th June 2020

We’re Hiring: Office & Learning Centre Administrator

We’re looking for an experienced Administrator to join our small team, for the Gaia office and learning centre. A description of the role and all the information you need to… 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

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

30th August 2019

The Golden Goose: What are the Commons? Why do they matter?

Originally published by Ecohustler. Join Gaia and activist, author and scholar David Bollier on 17th September to find out how and why the Commons are the seed-form for a new society-… Read More

22nd August 2019

The Barefoot Economist: Celebrating the life and work of Manfred Max-Neef

It is with great sadness that we mourn the loss of  long-time Gaia advisor, associate and, now, ancestor, Chilean economist Manfred Max-Neef, who passed away last Thursday 8th of August… Read More

13th March 2019

Time, Space and Mining

We find ourselves living in a time of complex, multi-dimensional crises. These are moving fast and slow. Their effects are intensely localised but are global in scope. They challenge all… Read More

7th March 2019

Liz Hosken: Becoming ecocentric

On International Women’s Day 2019, read this a new article written for Ecological Citizen Journal by Gaia’s founding Director Liz Hosken. In it Liz discusses her youth in South Africa,… Read More