Gaia Radio Overview

Gaia Radio offers the entire global Gaia University community opportunities for live, interactive engagement in facilitated content sessions, dynamic peer-to-peer exchanges, advisor support sessions, and content-driven working groups. Gaia Radio's robust interactive system uses cutting edge webinars and teleconferences with breakout capacity, recording and archiving, and screen sharing. 

leafCurrently Gaia University offers monthly All Gaia Community Calls led by either core Gaia University team members or associates. Each call focuses on a specific topic and encourages everyone present to participate in the discussion around that topic. These calls also provide the opportunity for questions and answers, discussions and feedback.

Gaia Radio also offers monthly content-specific calls, led by trained advisors, team members, associates, and on occasion by guest speakers from our advisory board or the large pool of specialist collaborators. For example, past calls have been led by permaculture educators Dave Jacke, who explored the topic of teaching permaculture creatively, and Eric Toensmeier, who spoke about edible forest gardens. Gaia Radio also offers tutorial calls on topics such as documentation and the use of the Gaia University eLearning environment.

Additional Gaia Radio support for associates and advisors includes project-based working groups, advisor office hours and re-evaluation counseling. We have initiated a public face of Gaia Radio so that our allies and partners around the world can have access to Gaia Radio content calls, either live and/or via downloadable podcasts.

Associates are invited to develop full 'conductor' skills around delivering Gaia Radio session during their programs. Good skills in this area are an essential part of growing the global ecosocial community and good conductors who can 'drive' these sessions are in increasing demand both in Gaia University and the wide world.

Please note:  Views and belief systems presented in Gaia Radio calls are those of the presenters and may not represent the views of Gaia University.  Listeners are encouraged to use critical thinking and research skills to investigate any informational claims presented in these webinars.