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Summer 2003 (PM 36)
WEALTH BEYOND MONEY
Alanna Moore describes how a once barren and weed infested valley has become one of New Zealand’s best examples of permaculture
 
CREATING AN ECO-KITCHEN
How George Marshall made his DIY solid wood kitchen for a song.
 
SUNNY SIDE SHADY SIDE
How to make the best of sun and shade in the domestic garden by the ever practical Patrick Whitefield.
 
PLANNING FOR CHANGE
With planning policies under review in Britain, Simon Fairlie reports on the inequities of the system and argues how it could be changed for the better.
 
THE REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED
How the Internet has become a tool for social democracy by Paul Wagland.
 
STONE THROWERS & ALTERNATIVE BUILDERS
Maddy Harland interviews Ed Mayo of the New Economics Foundation.
 
THE SUN RISES OVER JAPANESE ECOVILLAGES
Hildur Jackson takes a trip to Japan and finds a people with refreshing openness to new ideas.
 
BEN’S PLACE
Maddy Harland takes a walk through the woods to visit Ben Law’s beautiful new eco-house.
 
LESSONS FROM THE EDGE OF TIME
Do you have enough time? Aspen Edge describes how she ‘bought’ this potentially creative, increasingly rare and sought-after resource
 
THE CARDBOARD CLASSROOM
Graham Burnett reports on an award winning project that integrates reading, writing and... rubbish!
 
THE MAGIC OF SEED SAVING
A typically irrepressible take on the seductive art of seed saving by John Yeoman.
 
ZONE ZERO ZERO
Graham Strouts investigates how the evolution of human consciousness has impacted on Planet Earth and how an understanding of ourselves can assist in saving the planet.
 
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