The “Nature Youth Camp” is part of the “Climate Change School Tour”. During the Climate Change School Tour from Febuary – March 2013, the Gaia School Asia and NextGEN Thailand team, taught about climate change and nature to 650 students in 7 schools in the Nong Khai area, Thailand
On May 26th 2012, eight enthusiastic American and Canadian volunteers arrived at Bellbunya Sustainable Community on Australia’s Sunshine Coast. They were part of an International Student Volunteers (ISV) program.
GEN Orissa makes headlines again after a demonstration, organised by GEN-Orissa, to raise awareness around peak oil and climate change.
Why Design Studio? In the EDE Thailand 2008/9, the Thai EDE teaching and organizing team had started their first design studio at the fifth week of their course. The Idea was to have an extra week for the student to experience and practice integrated design in the real sites.
Tuwa The Laughing Fish is an eco-homestead, living and learning center and green bed and breakfast inn nestled right in the middle of the vast rice fields of the small farming town of Cabiao in Nueva Ecija, Philippines. It is on the wings of growth and has the potential to evolve into a forming ecological community. What makes it unique is that it was founded and created by two Ecovillage Design Education (EDE) alumni in the persons of John Vermeulen and this author, Penelope Reyes --- all in a short span of two years.