Ecovillage Radio

Project

Organization

Contact

Websites: 
Website: 
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/ecovillage-radio
Emails: 
Contact: 
[email protected]
Contact address: 
PO Box 640
BC
McBride, V0J2E0
Canada

Team

Members: 
1
Colaboradores: 
1

Ecovillage Radio is supported by Gaia Trust and other organizations. It was started in 2008 as an on-line media project to strengthen GEN, and broaden global awareness about ecovillages and sustainability related issues. There are currently 29 programmes online at the website available for listening or downloading at any time.The founder is Russ Purvis, current President of the Ecovillage Network of Canada.

Settlement

People

Inhabitants: 
1
Visitors per year: 
28

Best practices

Integral participatory design

Leadership: 
Russ Purvis is the Host and programme manager.
Conscious participation in project design: 
100%
Traditional and local wisdom: 
100%
Education and empowerment towards sustainable living: 
99%
Innovative methods and appropriate technologies: 
100%

Best social practices

Conflict facilitation and peace-building skills?: 
99%
Gender equality: 
100%
Sense of community and mutual support: 
98%
Diversity: 
100%
Inclusive decision-making processes: 
98%
Alliances within wider society and networks?: 
100%

Best cultural practices

Political activism for environmental and social justice: 
100%
Connecting to a higher purpose in life / spiritual pathway: 
100%
Local dance, music, art, celebrations and rituals: 
100%
Awareness about impacts of modernisation / minimising negative impacts: 
98%
Common vision: 
100%

Best ecological practices

Ecological sanitation?: 
98%
Sustainable transport: 
47%
Sustainable water management?: 
96%
Natural and traditional healing methods: 
99%
Organical food: 
77%
Ecological and traditional building methods: 
66%
Ecosystemes and biodiversity: 
100%
Renewable energy: 
98%
Organic agriculture/permaculture/ natural farming methods?: 
99%

Best economical practices

Transparent administration and bookkeeping: 
100%
Consciousness of the impacts of consumption patterns: 
94%
Ethical and transparent fair trade: 
98%
Strengthening local economy: 
51%
Economic justice: 
100%
Collective ownership: 
95%