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Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 15th February 2012
Woodsman Ben Law is featured on Japanese TV's NHK's magazine show El Mundo, to be broadcast on their BS-1 channel at 11pm. The film is for a 6-7min video insert in the late-night magazine show of Japanese public broadcaster NHK. El Mundo is a kind of One Show (BBC 1 in the UK) style programme, with studio hosts and guests discussing different... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 10th February 2012
Download your Permaculture magazine App now! Visit this link to view or purchase a copy: http://itunes.apple.com/ca/app/permaculture-magazine/id489861314?mt=8 The App is compatible with iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, is currently available in English and has been given a user rating to date of 4+ (5 being the highest). Also, look out for the... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Tuesday, 8th November 2011
When asked to name his favourite website by The Good Web Guide Tim Mead of Yeo Valley had no hesitation on saying this about over very own site: "Permaculture - Everything you did not think you needed to know and then realising that knowing it is good. A publication full of lots of interesting articles and ideas dedicated to sustainable living, a... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 21st October 2011
CLICK HERE to watch Ben Law on Countryfile As ever the weekly one hour programme includes a variety of features. Matt Baker and Ellie Harrison go behind-the-scenes at Slindon in Sussex to reveal how two very different traditions are helping keep the picturesque village alive after it lost its pub, post office and local shop. Tom Heap investigates... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 28th September 2011
Since the start of 2011, and the relaunch of our Permaculture website, the average monthly visitors have risen by over 260%, from 6,000 to over 22,000 and this figure continues to rise. In the last month alone we have had 34,573 absolute unique visitors and 71,935 pageviews. We are seeing permaculture being increasingly explored by the mainstream... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Thursday, 8th September 2011
Forty years ago this month, on 15th September 1971, a small team of activists set sail in a small fishing boat from Canada to protest about nuclear testing. Since then, the Greenpeace movement has grown to 2.8 million members around the world. Here are a four things you can do to help Greenpeace celebrate reaching the big 4-0. Bid on the... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 5th September 2011
On Friday 30th September 2011, London's Supreme Court will be the venue for a mock trial, played out as though the crime of Ecocide had already been adopted. The one day trial will follow UK court procedures and is open for the public to attend and starts at 9am. It is being shown on TV screens outside the courtroom for those not able to get into... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 2nd September 2011
This month the Permaculture Picturehouse welcomes Roberto Perez, the Cuban Permaculture activist featured in the film The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil. Roberto is to share some of the insights and experience of a fossil fuel free future, community and food from his mother country. Russell Warfield from Foodcycle will also be... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Thursday, 1st September 2011
This year's GreenSpirit Annual Gathering takes place in Grasmere, Cumbria on the 7th - 9th October 2011. Permaculture magazine editor Maddy Harland will be speaking about 'The Transformational Power of Water Healing Landscapes, Ecosystems & the Soul'. Maddy willbe discussing the work of Sepp Holzer and how he is reversing desertification on... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 26th August 2011
The Nook retrofit project was a project to renovate an old leaky energy inefficient Victorian house into one of Brighton's greenest homes, making it fit for the future. It has been predicted that the houses carbon emissions will have been cut by 80% and bills will be halved.  Eco Open Houses is an award winning annual event in Brighton and Hove... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 24th August 2011
31st July 2011 marked exactly two years since Iranian authorities seized three Americans – Shane Bauer, Josh Fatta, and Sarah Shourd – in the mountains of Iraqi Kurdistan and falsely accused them of espionage on behalf of the US government. All three are progressive, anti-imperialist activists, which not only makes the charges against them... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 22nd August 2011
Rosemary Morrow is one of the world's most respected and widely read permaculturists. Her book The Earth User's Guide To Permaculture is an acknowledged classic and a standard text for students undertaking permaculture courses around the world. Rosemary, a scientist and agriculturalist, also teaches people to become permaculture design teachers... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Friday, 19th August 2011
The 10th International Permaculture Conference and Convergence (IPC10) will be held in Jordan next month. You can still attend, for more details view the IPC website: www.ipcon.org The theme is Plan Jordan – Water. Jordan is one of the most water-stressed nations on earth, with low precipitation, ultra-high levels of evaporation, little... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Wednesday, 17th August 2011
Eyes Of Gaia are the organizers of a wholly peaceful protest calling for everyone to support the people of the Amazon. The Brazilian Government is proposing to build 60 giant dams and flood the heart of the Amazon rainforest. This would threaten 40,000 indigenous people who have lived in harmony with the jungle since time immemorial. It would also... more
 
Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 15th August 2011
We live in one of the most urbanised countries on earth. By 2030 an estimated 92% of us will be living the urban life. Congested cities sprawl across our map, but they are not the only way to live. Smaller than a city, more intimate, more surprising: this series celebrates the perhaps forgotten world of the town. In the series geographer and... more
 

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