Comun Tierra

Uma Exploração de Comunidades Sustentáveis na América Latina.

You are here:

Común Tierra

The Común Tierra Project is a research of sustainable communities in Latin America (from Mexico to Brazil), began in May 2010. During the course of six years, Letícia and Ryan have visited sustainable communities, eco villages and permaculture centers documenting their ideas, creative techniques and tools that can be applied around the world. The information collected is shared through this website including: multimedia map and guide (featuring photos and videos) of the projects, network of people and organizations involved, and background on various educational materials on related subjects. Here you can research, participate, connect and contribute towards a more sustainable world. Join the network, and get involved!

Creative Commons License

All original materials of the Común Tierra Project are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Quem Faz

Letícia Rigatti

Letícia Rigatti, from Porto Alegre, Brazil, B.A. of Communication from UFRGS, M.S. from the University of Barcelona, practitioner of diverse visual arts. After working for years in Communication as Manager of Strategic Planning, Leticia decided to change her life, live her dreams, and work with sustainability.

Since 2006, Leticia has lived and traveled in many countries of Europe and the Americas, studying communication, art, sustainability, holistic living and community organization. From 2008-2009, she participated in a training program at the Esalen Institute in California, opening her path to the universe of life in community. Since then Leticia works creating projects and strategies towards the emergence of a new sustainable and regenerative paradigm in the world.

Co-founder of the Común Tierra Project, since 2010 she works creating sustainable and creative education through multimedia communication, the arts and lived experiences. Leticia is an active articulator of several international sustainability networks: member of the International Board of CASA (Council of Sustainable Settlements of the Americas) and member of the International Board of GEN (Global Ecovillage Network).

Ryan Luckey

Ryan Luckey bridges his creative work as a musician, videographer, and writer, with his passion for permaculture, regenerative design and community.

Originally from Oakland, California, his travels around the world brought many deep, challenging and insightful experiences, immersed in different cultures and environments. Grappling with the incredible contradictions of the modern era has pushed him to become a ‘Global Citizen’, building a global perspective and moving towards systems thinking.

As co-founder of the Común Tierra Project, Ryan has immersed himself in the Permaculture and EcoVillage movements, finding the inspiration that living in harmony with the natural world is not only possible, it’s enjoyable, deeply fulfilling, and necessary.

Copyright © 2010 Común Tierra. All rights reserved. Developed by dzestudio