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Key to
Project Names

Main Projects

- Apollo
- Athene
- Elysium
- Hermes
- Midas
- Odysseus
- Olympus
- Persephone

Other Projects

- Galatea
- Phoenix
- Poseidon

The Gaia's Project Implementation Team

The Board

Rudolf Ragonesi
LL. D.

A lawyer with experience in commercial and environment law, Rudolf moved out of an established law firm to set up the Foundation in order to develop hands on and holistic environment management projects in the coastal zone. He is the Executive Director of the foundation and co-president wih David Marinelli. He has also been active with the Friends of the Earth Movement.

Adrian Mamo

An architect with Architects Studio, Adrian has been on the Board of Administration since 2001. His professional experience, as well as that in graphic design and all things creative, is a great asset to the Foundation. Adrian is well known as one of the founders and stalwarts of the Fund raising charity Voices. He is also chairman of the Council of Arts and Culture.

Gaia Staff

Daniela Agius

Gaia's computer and design whiz, Daniela designs Gaia's website, information panels, brochures and newsletters, and therefore helps to coordinate our project Hermes.

Sandra Vassallo

Sandra handles general administration and book keeping, and helps to keep our office somewhat afloat.

Joe Chetcuti

A born farmer, Joe's knowledge and experience is helping to develop Gaia's organic project. Joe's energy also allows the foundation to implement biodiversity and tree planting projects, as well as to carry out patrols and wardening work.

Carmen Chetcuti

With extensive experience with a commercial garden centre, Ms green fingers runs our Elysium nursery, which houses around 12,000 indigenous plants.

Joe Sant

Due to Joe's carpentry skills the foundation's woodwork is all done in house. This includes shading for our young saplings, and information panels.


Named after Anubis, our Dalmatian considers working as beneath her station. She does however occasionally bark at visitors to the centre, most notably ones wearing baseball caps.

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