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La Cité Ecologique of NH
30 Years of Experience Weaving Harmonious Relationships with a Common Goal: to Find a Balance in all Aspects of Life!
La Cité Ecologique
Giving priority to education and respect, La Cité offers an alternative lifestyle where businesses, community and sustainability are intertwined.
Designs and implements sustainable development projects improving the quality of life in Ghana’s Central Region.
The Farm EVT
USA – Tennessee
Emerging from the Haight-Ashbury Era as the largest gift economy in North America, The Farm is now home to scores of climate-smart antifragile microenterprises, including the Ecovillage Training Center.
A community of 170 and a school and research station for realistic utopia.
USA - Massachusetts
A non-profit educational organization offering sustainable living programs for the public, and a spiritual community demonstrating attunement to nature and ecologically based lifestyles.
An umbrella organization that coordinates “The People’s Coast” – a consortium of 11 villages threatened by climate change.
Bringing together local and foreign students to promote ecovillage knowledge and practices.
USA - Oregon
A learning center, educating youth and adults in the practical application of sustainable living skills.
An intentional community and permaculture training center in the desert connecting Earth, spirit and regenerative technologies.
An ecovillage in the mountains of Tepoztlan founded by multinational artists, ecologists, and educators.
Findhorn Foundation College
A spiritually inspired international learning centre and ecovillage project, co-creating a positive and sustainable future.
An ecocenter promoting sustainable culture, education and permaculture in the Brazilian Savannah.
USA - Missouri
An ecovillage, sustainability demonstration project, and intentional community of about 70 people in rural northeast Missouri.
A federation of spiritual communities with its own constitution, culture, art, music, currency, and schools.
An environmentally and socially responsible community of over 200 people designed using permaculture principles
A self-governing ecological community near Bogota working holistically in the sociocultural, spiritual, economic, and environmental dimensions.
A growing community of 2,400 from 50 nations striving to realize human unity and build “A city the Earth needs.”
“Mother Earth” in Basque, Amalurra is a community project that was born in the early 90s as a “dream of coexistence and unity.”