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Reviews

Paul Cudenec |
Tuesday, 10th March 2015
O, obscene erathis is an emergency!('Deep Time, Deep Tissue') There's no mistaking the message articulated by Helen Moore in her new collection of eco-poetry. Already in 2012's Hedge Fund she was warning of the existential threat to our natural... more
 
Burra Maluca - Permies.com |
Friday, 27th February 2015
I had a feeling I was going to like this book when I realised it was written in Wales, by a guy who wears camo. It was even printed in Aberystwyth! I became quite certain that this book was purpose designed for my teenage son. And I was not... more
 
Burra Maluca - Permies.com |
Friday, 20th February 2015
Every time I pick up one of Looby's books, I'm intrigued by the title but a little dubious about whether the book itself is going to apply to me. This one was no different. "Thinking differently? I'm good at thinking differently. It's thinking the... more
 
Flo & Jolly Bailey |
Friday, 20th February 2015
The Honey Man [www.thehoneyman.org], is a funny but highly moving exploration of Black British identity, ecological destruction and friendship that crosses generational and cultural divides. Through the story of an unlikely friendship between an... more
 
Burra Maluca - Permies.com |
Monday, 16th February 2015
I give this book 9 out of 10 acorns. I was far more impressed with this book than I expected to be. It's fun to read, it's beautifully presented, and it's both a perfect introduction to permaculture for people who want to grow in pots, and a perfect... more
 
Helen Moore |
Tuesday, 3rd February 2015
As an artist engaged in campaigns against extreme energy, my limited science education often puts me at a disadvantage in accessing the right scientific knowledge to elaborate my ideas. The Burning Answer by Emeritus Professor of Physics at Imperial... more
 
Phil Moore |
Wednesday, 21st January 2015
You could say that my deepening relationship with permaculture has been one of auditing my own waste. That, and dealing with my own crap. Literally. So, it has been an utter pleasure to read The Wastewater Gardener: Preserving the Planet One Flush... more
 
Maddy Harland |
Monday, 12th January 2015
It is often said that we have most of the solutions to restore the Earth, it is people and our relationships that get in the way. With political failure at COP15 and Rio+20 weighing heavily on many activists' hearts and struggling to work together... more
 
Eileen Flanagan / FEASTA |
Thursday, 8th January 2015
For selfish reasons, I am very grateful to Féidhlim for writing this book. With alarming regularity I get asked the questions "my septic tank is not working, I think I am causing pollution, what can I do about it?" or "I am building my own home and... more
 
Tomas Remiarz |
Saturday, 3rd January 2015
The subtitle of the book declares it is "The complete guide to polycultures and plant guilds in permaculture systems", and it comes close to fulfilling that claim. Permaculture is a young discipline and there is much to learn about how plants,... more
 

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