How to become an ENA partner

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Partners

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Fellowship for Intentional Communities

The Fellowship for Intentional Community nurtures connections and cooperation among communitarians and their friends, providing publications, support services, and sharing opportunities for a wide range of intentional communities, cohousing groups, ecovillages, community networks, and people seeking a home in community.

FIC

 

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Gaia Education

Gaia Education promotes a holistic approach to education for sustainable development by developing curricula for sustainable community design. Gaia Education works in partnership with universities, ecovillages, government and non-government agencies and the United Nations.

Gaia Education

 

 

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Gaia University

Gaia University is a unique un-institution for higher learning, offering access to accredited degrees and diplomas arising from your work in personal and planetary transformation, offering access to accredited degrees and diplomas arising from your work in personal and planetary transformation.

Gaia University

 

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International Institute for Facilitation and Change (IIFAC)

International Institute for Facilitation and Change (IIFAC) - ENA and GEN utilize skilled facilitators to run network meetings and provide the public with resources that enhance community capacity and social process. Most recently, ENA and GEN have partnered with IIFAC for internal organizational development, and as a resource for their constituency.

IIFAC


 

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Living Routes

Sudy abroad in ecovillages. Accredited programs in sustainability studies.

Bring your education to life by studying in communities across the globe that are striving to live more equitable, just and sustainable lifestyles.

Living Routes

 

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The Ecoearth Alliance

The EcoEarth Alliance offers programs to reduce poverty and dramatically improve the quality of life in rural and impoverished urban communities, particularly in the developing world. Our programs and activities are designed to fill a great need and provide a hopeful response to the rapid depletion of our natural resource base.

 
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