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Summer 1999 (PM 20)
LIVING IN THE CITY
John Preston describes his low impact life in the inner city with all its advantages.
 
CITY OF DARKNESS
Can you imagine a major city loosing all of its electricity for three weeks? Peter Davis can! Here's the story of what happened in Auckland, New Zealand last year.
 
WHAT ON EARTH IS GOING ON?
Director of C.A.T., Paul Allen, describes why Global Warming is no summer holiday and explains how Gaia Theory can help us to understand climate change.
 
THE SYNERGISTIC GARDEN – Part 2
Emilia Hazelip describes why her method of cultivating 'living' soil is the ultimate form of organics.
 
USEFUL PLANTS FOR PROBLEM PLACES
Deterred by planting by a north wall? Don't be! Plant expert, Ken Fern, offers a number of tasty solutions.
 
THE INVISIBLE VILLAGE
Few can have missed the media attention given to the hidden village in Wales. Resident, Tony Wrench gives the inside story and Olwyn describes how Tony's house was built.
 
WHILE THE GIANT SLEEPS
Author, Simon Fairlie, offers a recipe for feeding planners sustainable visions to change the system from the bottom up.
 
PERMAPONIES
Cindy Engel explores the role that ponies, rather than heavy horses can play on a smallholding.
 
BOUNTIFUL BIRCH
Wilderness specialist, Thomas Schorr-Kon describes how birch trees can provide us with medicines, crafts and delicious wine.
 
YEOMAN'S FOLLIES
John Yeoman reports irreverently on the differing opinions of the compost gurus.
 
TOILET TOUR
Ever wondered what the array of compost toilets are like but were too polite to ask? Intrepid reporter, Howard Johns, visits seven toilets (not all in one day!) and gives us his low down.
 
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