Tony Rollinson

Tony Rollinson


Tony Rollinson is the Sales Director of Permaculture magazine.

My main interests are urban permaculture, people care and certainly fair share.

Permaculture to me is about doing it yourself, be it on your own or as part of a community. It is about not waiting to change things, you can do that right now, and there are many people out there like you, more than you realise. It is about enjoying things growing, in all sorts of ways. It is about people learning to be caring and beautiful. Permaculture people are dooers, they are tough and stand up for themselves and others.

recent content by Tony Rollinson

Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 15th November 2017

This book accompanies the powerful and inspirational French film ( that was released earlier this year (PM91, p39).

The author visits 10 countries and meets scientists, activists, business people and elected officials, all of whom are laying the foundations for a new world. It features pioneers who are reinventing agriculture, energy, economy, democracy and education, and has extra material and sources not seen in the film.

Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 3rd February 2017

If you are thinking about how you can work for yourself, be happier and have more time for the things that you want, then Tom Hodgkinson’s personal guide is a hand to hold onto, both in terms of reassurance and sometimes just for grim death!

Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 16th January 2017

Produced by activist and writer Cyril Dion and actress/director Mélanie Laurent, Tomorrow tells the story of their search for solutions to the crisis humanity faces. 

Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 27th July 2016

Temper Theatre, a company of 18 to 22 year olds and led by 22 year old Finn Morrell, is taking on climate change in a new show at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The piece, Terra Incognita (running time 50 minutes, view a short preview here), aims to be a call to arms to do something about climate change, which they feel is the story of their time.

Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 17th February 2016

From the makers of The Man Who Stopped The Desert (PM73) this film is essential viewing for the ‘climate change generation’. It highlights not just the necessity to adapt our landscapes but also how people must come together and physically be involved in that change. It is permaculture on a massive scale.