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Spring 2012 (PM 71)
REFORESTING THE WORLD
WeForest are planting over 150 million trees to lock up carbon and create food forests for indigenous peoples
 
DIY SOLAR ELECTRIC BIKES
Michel Daniek explains how to transform your humble steed into a solar powered electric bike.
 
PEOPLECARE SKILLS
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Looby Macnamara focuses on how our biggest challenge is also our greatest opportunity.
 
IS SOLAR STILL WORTH IT?
Solar photovoltaics are a big investment. Wade Muggleton and John Adams explore the financial and environmental benefits.
 
NATIVES AND ALIENS
Patrick Whitefield asks if permaculture can work without introducing exotics.
 
TREATING GREYWATER
How to treat your wastewater gracefully by Stuart Anderson
 
SACK GARDENING
Simon Hart describes how students have been experimenting with growing vegetables in sacks.
 
THINK LIKE A PEASANT
Wade Muggleton’s eight tips to reduce your bills, find resources and fill your stomach.
 
BIG SCALE PERMACULTURE
Darren J Doherty applies permaculture design to an extensive Australian cattle station.
 
AN EDIBLE URBAN EDUCATION
Jo Homan from Transition Finsbury Park describes a project that is inspiring people to grow their own food in the heart of the city.
 
OFF GRID SOLAR
Nigel Harrison goes off grid on Vancouver Island and describes how he installed his own solar system on a tight budget.
 
CAN WE FEED THE WORLD
Five experts give their views on the best methods of eco-farming.
 
10 MONEY SAVING TIPS
The PM team share their top tips to help you save money and live a greener, healthier life.
 
ELIXIR OF BEETROOT
Annie Levy celebrates the healthy, healing, glorious beet.
 
FESTIVAL GUIDE 2012
Plan your summer with PM’s guide to UK festivals, fairs & events.
 
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