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Rozie Apps |
Thursday, 25th July 2013

Working at Permaculture magazine means I am immersed in solutions and inspiration to live a healthier and happier life whilst protecting the planet.

Paul Kingsnorth |
Tuesday, 23rd July 2013

What is the point of art? What is the point of writing? In particular, what is the point of those things in a world that is changing as rapidly as ours is today, and in which the challenges, from dealing with climate change to fighting off the impacts of global...

Rozie Apps |
Thursday, 18th July 2013

Bhutan has inspired a global framework to ensure humans and nature live in harmony, through happiness and well-being.

Jon Keane |
Sunday, 7th July 2013

Recently a farmer in Shropshire applied to remove 11,393m of hedgerow; that is over seven miles – all the hedges in his 142ha (350ac) farm. The current Hedgerow Regulations in the UK appeared to be unable to prevent this. Officials from the council and...

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Phil Moore |
Wednesday, 3rd July 2013

Tucked away in the folds of the Talamanca mountains of Costa Rica, the New Dawn Centre is home to Ed Bernhardt, naturo-therapist and expert herbalist, running courses in tropical medicinal botany,...

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Hayley Harland |
Sunday, 30th June 2013

"But what do you expect me to put on my cereal?!" – Is the common response given when you tell someone that moo milk just ain't no good for you. Aside from being an inflammatory food that most humans simply aren't evolved to digest properly, cows milk can be...

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Maddy Harland |
Saturday, 29th June 2013

Glastonbury. Billed the greatest festival in the world. A unique mix of headlining bands, new musical talent, wacky benign fun, and the best Green Fields I have ever visited. Where else can you listen to Caroline Lucas, Tony Benn, Billy Bragg, Polly Higgins, Penny...

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Mark Boyle |
Wednesday, 26th June 2013

The concept of creating a closed loop system is central to any serious permaculturalist's thinking when designing a habitat. Yet whilst some loops are more complete than others, not one of the many permaculture projects I have experienced over the years have...