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Reviews

Helen Moore |
Tuesday, 21st January 2014
What are the underlying philosophies of the Green Movement? How do Gaian scientists and lawyers view our relationship with our planet? How can we understand the psychology of consumerism? If these questions interest you, then this unusual film,... more
 
Alicia Miller |
Saturday, 18th January 2014
Conventional thinking on climate change tells us that increasing greenhouse gases in the atmosphere are a critical driver behind our changing weather patterns. It’s all about that Keeling Curve, which maps the increasing amount of carbon dioxide in... more
 
Maddy Harland |
Wednesday, 15th January 2014
The East (2013) is an indie thriller directed by Zal Batmanglij, about eco-terrorism, surveillance and corporate ecocide. Sarah (Brit Marling) becomes an operative for an elite private intelligence firm based in Washington D.C. who is tasked with... more
 
Tomas Remiarz |
Sunday, 12th January 2014
Ever since the appearance of Robert Hart’s books and Plants For A Future, forest gardens have been an often bewildering source for botanical and culinary experimentation. At last, Martin Crawford and Caroline Aitken have provided us with some tasty... more
 
Rozie Apps |
Saturday, 11th January 2014
Occupy Love is a journey that reveals how love can bring people together and change our lives on a global scale. Award winning director, Velcrow Ripper, takes the audience with him as he travels the world meeting the different movements that are... more
 
Deano Martin |
Friday, 10th January 2014
This book has been written by a practical and innovative permaculturist with the benefit of time spent ‘staying’ in one place. (In fact he writes that ‘staying seems to be one of the key ingredients to a resilient and adaptive culture’.) As a result... more
 
Vicky Gould |
Tuesday, 7th January 2014
After reading this book, I felt I wanted to come out of retirement and help put all the ideas outlined in this book into developing gardens in schools! It is so full of inspiring ideas and illustrations and it takes you through all the ideas slowly... more
 
Joan Bailey |
Sunday, 29th December 2013
Edible Cities aims to inspire urban residents to incorporate nature, preferably the edible variety, into their lives. The authors, ardent permaculturists inspired by their study with Sepp Holzer (who also wrote the foreword to the book) believe that... more
 
John Adams and Rozie Apps |
Monday, 25th November 2013
We have been using Kelly Kettles for years, but I thought we should try one of the new stainless steel sets. We used an SS Scout Kelly Kettle Set.  We heated beans on the top while the water was boiling for tea and then cooked sausages over the... more
 
Deano Martin |
Monday, 25th November 2013
This is an excellent book which concentrates on the mineral content of soils. In it the author makes the case for growing nutrient dense food, critiques a compost only growing strategy, describes what different minerals do for plants, and then... more
 

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