Launching new strand and process! Are you a parent, teacher or student who thinks the socio-ecological crisis urgently needs to be addressed in schools? We invite you to join a process of collective conversations, learning and scheming about eco-social curricula in education (primary, secondary and university alike). Between January and September 2024 we’ll be running the pilot phase of this multi-year project, in cooperation with different partners. Join us and sign up now!
Join us for an online launch of this toolkit, with simultaneous translation into Spanish! With the participation of collectives and allies: get to know these amazing materials, hear about our process, think with us about how we’ll activate those materials!
Lanzamos nuestro libro y poster de tácticas de transformación agroecológica, con traducción simultánea al castellano! Con la participación de varios colectivos y aliadxs: sumaros! Para conocer a esas bellas herramientas, conocer el proceso y pensar con nosotres cómo activar ese tipo de herramientas!
Farmers protests: where do we stand? An online conversation across (parts of) Europe
An online event with organized farmers and researchers from Nos Plantamos (ES), ABL (DE), Area de Agroecología de Ecologistas en Acción (ES), Association A4 (FR), Mondeggi Bene Commune (IT), Root and Branch Collective (IR/UK).
written & edited by the Common Ecologies Earthcare Strand
This collectively made book is a compendium of tactics and tools for agreocological transition, gleaned from different struggles at the forefront of socio-ecological change in Europe. It presents 13 broad tactical approaches and 5 legal-organizational models for transformation and justice in the world of agriculture and beyond, as well as plenty of tools. Designed for print at home!
illustrated by Amanda Priebe in collaboration with Common Ecologies
A poster celebrating lively and interconnected movements and infrastructures. This A2 poster goes with our book Transforming Agriculture and Beyond and contains links to Earthcare Fieldcast episodes with stories of the initiatives featured on the poster and in the book. It’s a pedagogical tool as much as a beautiful object for walls and noticeboards. Email us if you would like print copies!
Oct 27-28 2023, Vienna (and partially online)
It’s time to gather and think and scheme together! This autumn we’ll meet in Vienna to launch our exciting new working strands through a series of debates, presentations and workshops – calling on all friends and allies to join us, to stake out what we can build in common. Check the programme and register here.
coming slowly and soon
We’re growing, extending and deepening our work! We go slow because we aim to go far – soon you’ll find us updating our website, and launch new projects, courses and events here. Stay tuned and sign up to our newsletter to make sure to get our latest news.
Check out our course with collectives, co-ops and platforms that work with specific tactics & tools for Agroecological Transition! This is a course for mutual learning, networking and strategizing between collective actors in the movements for food sovereignty, climate justice, migrant rights and beyond – generating a compendium of key tactics. For groups only, but we welcome newly formed groups!
Join our public event series to discuss key tactics and stakes for Agroecological Transition, learning from groups, co-ops, activists and researchers that accompany our course for collectives. We will not only discuss why agri-transition is key for our collective survival and socioecological justice, but also map out pathways for facilitating transformation.
Towards Agroecological Futures – a Manual
Out now! A manual for facilitating agroecological transitions, by Daniel López García and Guillem Tendero Acín. Step by step inspiration for facilitating agroecological processes in rural and urban contexts. Translated and abridged from Spanish for our course on Agroecological Transition. Read and download it here!
August 26+27 2022, Berlin+online
Join our gathering to discuss movement learning, the knowledges, platforms and spaces we need! In Berlin as well as online, we meet to shape Common Ecologies and strengthen our webs of alliance and collaboration, and learn from key movement school referents.
The Earthcare Fieldcast
The Spadework Podcast