Global Ecovillage Network

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Connecting communities for a better world

The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) is a growing network of sustainable communities and initiatives that bridge different cultures, countries, and continents. GEN serves as umbrella organization for ecovillages, transition town initiatives, intentional communities, and ecologically-minded individuals worldwide.

People and communities meet and share their ideas, exchange technologies, develop cultural and educational exchanges, directories and newsletters, and are dedicated to restoring the land and living a cooperative sustainable lifestyle.

Network members include large networks like Sarvodaya (2,000 active sustainable villages in Sri Lanka); the Federation of Damanhur in Italy and Nimbin in Australia; small rural ecovillages like Gaia Asociación in Argentina and Huehuecoyotl, Mexico; urban rejuvenation projects like Los Angeles EcoVillage and Christiania in Copenhagen; permaculture design sites such as Crystal Waters, Australia, Cochabamba, Bolivia and Barus, Brazil; and educational centres such as Findhorn in Scotland, Centre for Alternative Technology in Wales, Earthlands in Massachusetts, and many more.

GEN's main aim is to support and encourage the evolution of sustainable settlements across the world, through:

Facilitating the flow and exchange of knowledge about

ecovillages and demonstration sites thru:

Website Information sharing & networking forums and webinars;
Promoting partner programs and social actions that reflect GEN’s core values; and
Fostering Global Cooperation/Partnerships (UN Best Practices, EU Phare, EYFA, Ecosoc).

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CASA Colombia

Consejo de Asentamientos Sustentables de Colombia

El Consejo de Asentamientos Sustentables de Colombia, hace parte de la Plataforma CASA Continental.

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CASA Colombia impulsa y divulga procesos permanentes para la preservación de la biodiversidad y el buen vivir en las organizaciones, redes, iniciativas, proyectos y comunidades que se articulan al Consejo en las bioregiones que componen el territorio nacional.