PERMACULTURE is a design approach applicable from a balcony to a farm, from the city to the wilderness, enabling us to establish productive environments providing our food, energy, shelter, material and non-material needs, as well as the social and economic infrastructures that support them.
Permaculture Design has served the North American permaculture community and readers around the world for over 30 years, originally known as the Permaculture Activist. The magazine receives no public funding and has consistently garnered high regard for dedication to grassroots learning and design intelligence. We report stories from readers, activists, designers, teachers, and community organizers across the continent and around the world to reveal the newest discoveries in ecological systems. We attempt to work at the permaculture edge and to provide information useful to people working on the ground."
by Rob Hopkins
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A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy: Deep Adaptation - Part 1
by Jem Bendell, BA (Hons), PhD