GAIA Members

GAIA continuously works for a just, toxic-free world without incineration with the help of more than 500 grassroots organizations and individuals in over 80 countries.

For individuals and activists engaged in the issue, there are at least two clearly demarcated fronts on which our members get involved
- Continuing to close incinerators, landfills, and other end-of-pipe technologies AND
- promoting Environmentally-safe solutions such as the implementation of Zero Waste.

Come and meet the people behind GAIA’s work. Get inspired as you visit their websites and learn more on their respective campaigns whether in a local, national, regional and international level.

Advisory: Thousands to Participate in Global Day of Action Against Waste Burning and For Zero Waste
The Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives is mobilizing its membership of more than 800 grassroots groups in more than 90 countries, along with grassroots groups working against coal, fracking and other harmful energy projects.
Acceptance Speech by Nohra Padilla, 2013 Goldman Environmental Prize Winner
Nohra Padilla won the 2013 Goldman Environmental Prize for organizing Bogota’s marginalized waste pickers to make recycling a legitimate part of Colombia’s waste management.
Pat Costner honored as Peace and Justice Hero
Lovely County Citizen
September 8th, 2011
On Sept. 17, peace activists from around the state will gather at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Fayetteville to honor Arkansans who will receive the 2011 OMNI Center Arkansas Peace and Justice Heroes Award.
About the Global Day of Action on Waste and Incineration
Coordinated by the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) the Global Day of Action against waste and incineration seeks to magnify citizens call for safe and sustainable alternatives to incinerating and landfilling waste to conserve our planet’s diminishing resources, protect human health and the environment from toxic products and processes, provide green jobs, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that causes climate change.

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