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Spring 1999 (PM 19)
LIVING WITH THE BIRDS
Malcolm Burgess finds peace of mind living simply in harmony with nature.
 
THE IDEAL HOME
Patrick Whitefield considers where the best place is to live in a sustainable way.
 
SOWING SEEDS IN THE CITY
Our roving reporter, Emma Chapman, reveals the successes of a dynamic community initiative in London.
 
KNOW YOUR FARMER, KNOW YOUR FOOD
Genetic Engineering, Organics & Permaculture - Farmer, Matt Dunwell, takes a penetrating look why permaculture offers a practical alternative to genetic engineering.
 
THE SYNERGISTIC GARDEN
French permaculture pioneer, Emilia Hazelip, describes her natural way of farming.
 
HYDROPONICS AT WORK
Victoria Cook, of the Sunseed Desert Technology Centre in Spain reports on growing food without soil and nourished from waste water.
 
BATHING IN THE SUNS RAYS
Howard Johns, studies four different solar water heating systems.
 
SAVING ENERGY AT HOME
Mike Johnson, describes how permaculture is being used Guernsey to create high energy efficient buildings.
 
DEVELOPING A CULTURE OF POSITIVE CHANGE
Sue Cameron and Andy Goldring describe the positive evolution of the Permaculture Association (Britain).
 
PLANTS FOR DEEP SHADE
Permaculture plant specialist, Ken Fern, sheds more light on what we can grow in dark places in our gardens.
 
REDESIGNING MONEY – Part 2
John Cant, takes a deeper look at creating radical solution to the problem of money.
 
DOING THE NUMBERS: THE ART OF ROUGH CALCULATION
Centre of Alternative Technology stalwart, Peter Harper, encourages us to undertake a little mathematics as part of the practical design process.
 
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