Global Ecovillage Network (GEN)
Founded Jun 1994, Fjordvang (Denmark), following initiatives of G-XG5471 - Gaia Trust, Denmark. Regional secretariats instituted during International Conference on Eco-Villages and Sustainable Communities, 1995, Findhorn (UK); inaugurated at UN Habitat Conference, Jun 1996, Istanbul (Turkey). Previously also written as Global Eco-Village Network. Also referred to as GEN International. Took over activities from U-XF3602 - Earth Village Network (EVN). Registered in Scotland.
Serve as an umbrella organization for ecovillages, transition town initiatives, intentional communities and ecologically-minded individuals worldwide.
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General Assembly; Board of Directors. Regional networks: GEN-Africa; E-XK1370 - Global Ecovillage Network - Europe (GEN Europe); J-XM6969 - Consejo de Asentamientos Sustentables de América Latina (CASA LATINA); GEN North America (GENNA); Global Ecovillage Network Oceania and Asia (GENOA). Also includes: F-XM5116 - Baltic Ecovillage Network (BEN).
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