Seeds of Gindeberet: A Story of Loss and Revival in Ethiopia

Seeds of Gindeberet: A Story of Loss and Revival in Ethiopia


Rural women in Africa have a unique perspective on seed, joining the dots between land, biodiversity, climate, and the nutritional needs of the family. At the heart of this relationship […]

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Resistance is Fertile – a Spring roundup from the Gaia team

Resistance is Fertile – a Spring roundup from the Gaia team


Spring is officially here! This is always an exciting time of year to talk seed and food, as many of us prepare to plant the seeds we’ve purchased from fairs […]

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Seed: The Untold Story – Award Winning Documentary comes to the UK this April

Seed: The Untold Story – Award Winning Documentary comes to the UK this April


Gaia is pleased to be partnering with Collective Eye Films on the UK release of the award-winning documentary, SEED: The Untold Story, from filmmakers Taggart Siegel and Jon Betz. SEED: The […]

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Voices of Maize

Voices of Maize


We are pleased to share Voices of Maíze, a powerful collection of stories from indigenous maize keepers and communities across North and South America. This collaborative project aims to restore and re-engage […]

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Report from African Centre for Biodiversity uncovers the impact of the commercial seed sector in sub-Saharan Africa

Report from African Centre for Biodiversity uncovers the impact of the commercial seed sector in sub-Saharan Africa


The private seed industry has made dramatic gains in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) in recent years, gains that are likely to have profound negative impacts upon millions of small-scale farmers across […]

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New report says African Rural Women hold the key to Climate Change Resilience

New report says African Rural Women hold the key to Climate Change Resilience


African Rural Women hold the key to Climate Change Resilience New Report shows how African Rural Women hold the key to cultivating Diversity, Climate Change Resilience and Nutrition but are […]

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Regulators and retailers must stop ‘next generation’ GMO imports

Regulators and retailers must stop ‘next generation’ GMO imports


Source: Ecologist 20 November 2015 A new wave of ‘next generation’ GM crops resistant to multiple herbicides, may be approved for import into the European Union, writes Helen Wallace, even […]

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The Untold Success Story: Agroecology in Africa Addresses Climate Change, Hunger, and Poverty

The Untold Success Story: Agroecology in Africa Addresses Climate Change, Hunger, and Poverty


Source: The Oakland Institute 19 November 2015 The Oakland Institute today released 33 case studies that shed light on the tremendous success of agroecological agriculture across the African continent in […]

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Genetically Engineered Salmon Approved for Consumption

Genetically Engineered Salmon Approved for Consumption


Source: The New York Times  19 November 2015     Federal regulators on Thursday approved a genetically engineered salmon as fit for consumption, making it the first genetically altered animal […]

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Campaign to label GM fed animals in the UK

Campaign to label GM fed animals in the UK


Change.org are seeking support for a petition to put pressure on the UK’s leading supermarkets to label the meat and diary products which come from GM-fed animals. Add your name […]

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