ReUnite Oneness GEN Global Ecovillage Network
A collection of images from my round the world trip visiting intentional communities and Organic farms with a passage read from the book Supermanhood by Satprem
GEN: The Global Ecovillage Network at Findhorn
The Global Ecovillage Network envisions a world of empowered citizens and communities, designing and implementing their own pathways to a sustainable future, and building bridges of hope and international solidarity.
Filmed in October 2015 by Serena Aurora
Ecovillage Design Education Documentary Auroville
Recognised by UNESCO, Ecovillage Design Education was specifically designed to enable people and communities coming together to reclaim responsibility for their living situations – at local and regional levels. The EDE is a comprehensive course in the fundamentals of Sustainability Design. It is organised as a mandala that we call the sustainability wheel, encompassing what we perceive to be the four primary interweaving dimensions of human experience – Worldview, Ecological, Social and Economic aspects.
This 5 week course was held at the forest of Pitchandikulam in Auroville India, and attended by 36 participants from all over the world. This documentary explores what an EDE is and feedback from the participants.
Gaia Education was created by a group of educators called “GEESE”- Global Ecovillage Educators for a Sustainable Earth- who have been meeting over a series of workshops in order to formulate their transdisciplinary approach to education for sustainability.
When Nature Speaks – The Emergence Convergence In Maia EarthVillage
On the 18th May for 5 days the intentional community MAIA in the Philippines held an Emergence Convergence where people from all over the world from different backgrounds, came together with no plan, apart to see what happens, and this is what happened….
Wongsanit EcoVillage Ashram in Thailand
Wongsanit Ashram was founded in 1984 by social activist Sulak Sivaraksa and colleagues. It is a spiritual activist community devoted to developing and promoting an alternative lifestyle that is grounded in Buddhist Dharma, cultural diversity and environmental sustainability. It is home to educators and social activists who lead programmes in grassroots leadership, in natural construction techniques, and in empowering marginalised communities.