Global Ecovillage Network

Founding Year: 1995

Staff: 8

Budget: £600,000

Global Ecovillage Network (1995; Findhorn, UK; 8 staff;

A global association of people and communities dedicated to living “sustainable plus” lives by restoring the land and adding more to the environment than is taken. Network members share ideas and information, transfer technologies and develop cultural and educational exchanges.


Leadership: Jennifer Trujillo Obando (President)
Budget: £600,000 (2019)

Global Ecovillage Network contributes to the following Sustainable Development Goals

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