Tamera is a School and Research Station for 'Concrete Utopia'
The project was founded in Germany in 1978. In 1995 it moved to Portugal. Today 170 people live and work on a property of 330 acres. The first founding thought was to develop a non-violent life model for human being, animal and nature. Soon it became clear that the healing of love and of human community had to be placed the center of this work. Sexuality, love and partnership need to be freed from lying and fear, for there can be no peace on Earth so long as there is war in love.
The ecological and technological research issues of Tamera includes the implementation of a retention landscape for the healing of water and nature, as well as a model for regional self-sufficiency in energy and food.
Through the Global Campus and the Terra Nova School we are working within a global network on the social, ecological and ethical foundations for a new Earth – Terra Nova.