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Permaculture magazine |
Tuesday, 1st July 2014

London Permaculture festival is nearly here with a huge variety of talks and workshops to offer, plus the Permaculture magazine team will be there too!

From 11am-6pm on Sunday July 6th, at Cecil Sharp House, Camden, the festival will be packed with...

Paul Hetherington |
Thursday, 26th June 2014

Buglife are deeply concerned by news that UK researchers are trialling a GM wheat that 'cries wolf', sending out a constant chemical help signal to ladybirds and other predators, a signal that is normally only produced when a plant is under attack from aphids or...

Permaculture magazine |
Tuesday, 24th June 2014

Councillors will visit the Pembrokeshire roundhouse before deciding whether to grant retrospective plannning permission.

The low impact roundhouse is home to Charlie, Megan and their son Eli. Charlie built the home himself, moving just...

Gaia Education |
Tuesday, 24th June 2014

Gaia Education are an international NGO who are helping people to understand how we can design much lower impact communities, in the city and in rural situations. They offer a tried and tested Ecovillage Design Education course in many countries in Europe, South...

Germany is expected to lead in the residential and commercial sector in terms of photovoltaic storage. photos.com
http://phys.org |
Monday, 23rd June 2014

The Fraunhofer ISE research institute has announced that Germany set a record high for solar use on June 9 - on that day the country's solar power output rose to 23.1 GW - 50.6 percent of all electricity demand. The record occurred over a holiday, which...

Permablitz event in Katerini
Permaculture magazine |
Friday, 20th June 2014

Permaculture expert Peter Cow will be teaching a Permaculture Design Course (PDC) at the Homeland Centre in southern Greece and then travelling the country for three weeks in the perma-caravan, giving talks and taking part in permablitz workshops across the...

Maddy Harland |
Thursday, 19th June 2014

Charlie is a young man with a young family. Like many people, he couldn't afford to buy a house in Britain. For 4 years, his partner Megan and him lived in a damp caravan but with a baby on the way, he decided to take his life into his own hands and build what is...

Jenna Xidai |
Wednesday, 18th June 2014

China's largest ecovillage project, the Second Home of Lifechanyuan. We are now looking for global permaculture and natural farming experts to give us guidance in our new farms.