GEN’s Metamorphosis: Introducing a new visual identity
In a time of great transition, change, and uncertainty our organization is evolving in order to adapt to how we can best serve the collective. To reflect this powerfully and align what is on the outside with what is on the inside, we have redesigned our visual identity.
Ecovillages have been seeding visions of regenerative lifestyles and communities around the world while surrounded by growing social and environmental chaos. And, while successful in their own regions, ecovillages are now being called to come together to play a larger role in the great transformation occurring on our planet now.
Discover the brand story and metamorphosis of GEN’s visual identity by following the link below.
Gaia Education: Ecological Design Course
The Ecological Design dimension of the full Gaia Education Design for Sustainability (GEDS) course starts 2 January 2018.
In trying to Design for Sustainability, Gaia Educations seeks to consciously reinvent ecological living from the ground up, honing in on aspects such as sustainable production and consumption, regenerative agriculture and food production, appropriate technologies for water and energy systems, green and sustainable building and construction, and weaving it all together through whole systems and regenerative design approaches and methods to achieve one planet living design and development outcomes.
Join the online course and become an ecological designer to ensure that life-supporting natural functions are not only preserved but regenerated whenever possible.
The Winners of the Hildur Jackson Awards!
Together with Gaia Trust, GEN has developed the Hildur Jackson Award, a €3,000 annual prize that aims to support and honour projects around the world that are demonstrating regenerative best-practises in all dimensions of sustainability.
The Prize is awarded to those who bring the most impactful inspiration about ecovillages/ecovillage lifestyles into a broad audience, in the following categories:
Congratulations to the winners:
Extraordinary Project Award (€3,000) for ecovillage communities or projects goes to Bioreconstruye Mexico.
Exceptional Solution Award (€3,000) for concrete sustainability solutions goes to OTEPIC Birth house Kenya (first prize €2000).
Exceptional Solution Award (€3,000) for concrete sustainability solutions goes to Pushkar House India (second prize €1000).
A Call for Photographers!
GEN is seeking photographers of ecovillages and ecovillage lifestyles. We would love to feature your work in our materials, on our website and social media channels. If you’re interested in sharing your work please click on the button below and send us a little information about you and a few samples of your work.