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Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin

Shingo Hamada (GESA 2011) and the Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin....

Shingo Hamada (GESA 2011) and the Food Studies Program at Osaka Shoin....

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Merelyn helps set up a Latin American School for Food Systems and Resilience

Merelyn Valdivia Díaz (ALLSA 2015 alumna) helps set up a Latin American...

Merelyn Valdivia Díaz (ALLSA 2015 alumna) helps set up a Latin American School for Food Systems and Resilience....

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How GESA impacted my life

Nessie Reid (GESA 2013 alumna) writes about her journey during and after...

Nessie Reid (GESA 2013 alumna) writes about her journey during and after attending the Global Environments Summer Academy in Bern, Switzerland....

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Jahnavi on spinning as a tool for reviving the handloom tradition

Jahnavi Pai (GESA 2014 alumna) on spinning as a tool for reviving...

Jahnavi Pai (GESA 2014 alumna) on spinning as a tool for reviving the handloom tradition....

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Eda creates powerful Ballad For Syria film

Eda Elif Tibet (GESA 2014 alumna) creates powerful Ballad For Syria film....

Eda Elif Tibet (GESA 2014 alumna) creates powerful Ballad For Syria film....

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Patricia Roche begins position at Table Mountain National Park

Patricia Roche (ALLSA 2015) begins position at Table Mountain National Park....

Patricia Roche (ALLSA 2015) begins position at Table Mountain National Park....

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The Third United Nations Environment Assembly: a growing marketplace for the private sector

Isis Alvarez (GESA 2013 alumna) writes on The Third United Nations Environment...

Isis Alvarez (GESA 2013 alumna) writes on The Third United Nations Environment Assembly: a growing marketplace for the private sector....

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Organically bred seed varieties and their contribution to agro-biodiversity

Lina Lasithiotaki, Communication Officer at Demeter-International in Brussels, writes an opinion piece...

Lina Lasithiotaki, Communication Officer at Demeter-International in Brussels, writes an opinion piece around the theme of organically bred seed varieties and their contribution to agro-biodiversity....

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Seeds at the heart of first Community Exchange in Europe

The 1st European Community Exchange on Seed Diversity and Sovereignty was held...

The 1st European Community Exchange on Seed Diversity and Sovereignty was held 23-27 September 2017 in Barcelona. Designed for members of the European community working on issues surrounding seeds....

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From the Monte to the Kitchen

Antonia Barreau (GESA 2012 alumna), an ethnobotanist and a wild food gatherer,...

Antonia Barreau (GESA 2012 alumna), an ethnobotanist and a wild food gatherer, describes 'From the Monte to the Kitchen', a project that will explore and highlight the value the cultural...

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Creating Connections at the Okanagan Environmental Leadership Camp

Susannah McCandless, Global Environments Network Co-Director, reflects on the Okanagan Environmental Leadership...

Susannah McCandless, Global Environments Network Co-Director, reflects on the Okanagan Environmental Leadership Camp, partnering with IndigenEYEZ to convene 30 Indigenous youth in an unprecedented Indigenous Regional Academy....

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Optimism in nature conservation – for effective and successful conservation

Anna Varga (GESA 2011 alumna, Hungary) recounts her experience at the Conservation...

Anna Varga (GESA 2011 alumna, Hungary) recounts her experience at the Conservation Optimism Summit, held in April 2017....

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