Gaia Education is an international organisation active in 49 countries on six continents, with a 13-year track record in education for sustainable development and with more than 17,000 graduates around the world and 111 partner organisations.
Gaia Education’s programmes equip students of all ages and cultural backgrounds with the appropriate knowledge, skills and critical thinking tools necessary to design a society which uses energy and resources with greater efficiency, distributes wealth equitably, and makes quality of life the focus of future thinking. Our learners become change agents capable of playing active roles in transitioning their existing communities, neighbourhoods, cities and regions to sustainable and regenerative practices, lifestyles and infrastructures.
CPD Courses and Workshops Available
Design for Sustainability: EconomicCPD
Online Course | Gaia EducationGaia Education
We live in a rapidly changing world that is transforming before our very eyes. A multitude of deep and pressing concerns such as global inequality; climate change; biodiversity loss; unrestrained urbanisation and destructive forms of economic growth are calling for our immediate attention. Our aim is to give you a better understanding of alternatives to an economic system that is no longer sustainable. Learn to create vibrant regional economies and understand the true meaning of economy and wealth.
SDG Multipliers HandbookCPD
Literature | Gaia EducationGaia Education
SDGs Training for Multipliers is designed to build the capacity of facilitators and multipliers of the vitally important conversation about how to implement the 17 SDGs and their 169 targets at the local and regional scale in ways that are carefully adapted to the bio-cultural uniqueness of each location. This question-centred training developed by Gaia Education in partnership with UNESCO Global Action Programme is designed to engage decision makers and community leaders in the development of meaningful projects that are locally relevant and collaboratively implemented by the communities themselves.