Blog2017-09-29T03:13:19+00:00

Ecotherapy: A Regimen for the Soul of Society

Najiha Al Asmar is pursuing her Masters at Gaia University while working to create access to healthy food in urban systems in the Bay area of San Francisco in the USA. Read more [...]

Gratitude from our New Scholarship Students

This holiday season can be a trying time for those of us moving away from materialism and into regenerative practices, but if we tap into the original spirit of the season, the joy of [...]

Theory U

by James Edwards Between September 2017 and April 2018 I co-designed and co-facilitated a Theory U-based change leadership program entitled Communities for Change (C4C) in Boulder, Colorado. C4C is a collaboration between the Impact Hub Global network of co-working [...]

December 11th, 2018|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

The Newest Faces of Gaia U

Introducing you to some of our newest community members! Justin Lee Henson (Peru/USA) has the combination of experience and expertise that are rarely found in just one person. He has been to 15 different countries [...]

January 16th, 2018|Categories: Blog|2 Comments

How ‘Worldview’ is significant to Design

by Andrew Langford Gaia U is rooted in permaculture design. Permaculture arose (in the 1970s) from various impulses, one of which is explained by Bill Mollison in the classic 1994 permaculture video “In Grave Danger [...]

Acceleration

by Gaia U Advisory Board member, Albert Bates Re-post from http://peaksurfer.blogspot.com.ar/ When we were young, our parents made a bargain with us. If you will not drink or smoke until you are 21, they said, [...]

November 13th, 2017|Categories: Blog|0 Comments

Reflections from the Northern California Permaculture Convergence

Warm sunny days and crisp nights set the scene for the 12th annual Permaculture and Building Resilient Communities Convergence from Oct 5-8 at the Solar Living In Hopland, CA, USA. Over 500 folks gathered, celebrated, [...]