Few days ago I got an email from a fellow permaculturist in Ukraine about their current situation and project and how you can help. ATTENTION: THIS ARTICLE IS FULL ON POLITICAL PROPAGANDA 🙂 Jokes aside, since I got a few comments on this – this is by no means any propaganda but simply people trying […]
Thought about doing a residential PDC course this year? The next 12-day Permaculture Design Certificate course: 21 Aug – 01 Sep, 2020. The PDC course is run at the Noosa Forest Retreat in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD Australia. PDC teachers: Ian Trew and Christina Laurikainen Exciting guest presenters on specialty topics like urban permaculture […]
In this post, we use peer-reviewed journal articles to understand how a collection of edible plants help generate immunity to coronavirus (COVID-19) & other serious viruses.
Bacteria produce electricity. This article explains how they do it & shows you what you need to produce free electricity from compost, garden soil, potted plants, wormfarms, greywater systems, blackwater systems, aquatic plants…bacteria!
This Mexican researcher has discovered a way to turn cactus leaves into a material with similar properties to plastic.
What’s one of the most fascinating things you’ve learned in your teaching Permaculture & Natural Building?
‘Physics World’ invites a permaculture teacher to comment on future missions to Mars during a special ‘Focus on Astronomy and Space’.
The residential 12-day PDC course at Noosa Forest Retreat in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD Australia.
Thought about doing a residential PDC course this year? The next 12-day Permaculture Design Certificate course: 17-28 August 2018. The PDC course is run at the Noosa Forest Retreat in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, QLD Australia. PDC teachers: Ian Trew and Christina Laurikainen Exciting guest presenters on specialty topics like fungi, urban permaculture and […]
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Singapore Changi Airport did it again – a new airport terminal that combines sustainability and technology. The new terminal has its own forest with more than 2,500 trees and 100,000 shrubs (!). And not enough, they also build the world’s largest indoor waterfall. Classic Changi. Check out this quick video from twitter, with the […]
Cleaning 10 million cubic metres a day. Since it came online a few months ago, the tower has led to cleaner air within four square miles of its installation and it has produced 353 million cubic airs of cleaner air, SCMP reports. Because it’s powered by solar energy, the air purifier also doesn’t indirectly contribute […]