News from GEN at COP22
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This newsletter comes to you from the COP22 in Marrakech, where twenty GEN Delegates – financed through Climate Funds of the German Foreign Ministry – are reaching out to both governments and like-minded NGO’s. You can follow our activities on facebook or

Ecovillage Development Programmes radically reform current development practices, putting communities at the heart of the process. The full and inclusive participation of communities on the ground in the conception and implementation of activities – together with the sharing and transferring of expertise and grounded experience – will be the key to success. To further aid this process, GEN is delighted to announce the publication of its first Consultancy Brochure in this newsletter.  GEN Consultancy seeks to share some of the world’s best practices in the field of community sustainability and resilience through a highly skilled and diverse network of expert consultants.The solutions profiled here are a sample of the wealth of knowledge and innovative solutions available worldwide and harnessed by GEN's consultants. 

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In community,
Kosha Joubert, Leila Dregger and Jenefer Marquis
USA/Europe (GENNA/GEN Europe):
Soil Restoration and Carbon Sequestration using Biochar 
Europe (GEN Europe): 
Holistic Water Management and Water Retention Landscapes
Latin America (CASA): 
Video Documentation and Educational Tools for Community Development
Africa (GEN Africa):
Integrated Land Use Design and Greening Schools
Asia/Oceania (GENOA): 
Earthen Architecture and Green Building Techniques 

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