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recent content by Tony Rollinson

Tony Rollinson |
Tuesday, 23rd July 2013

The Man Who Stopped The Desert is an unmissable film. It is truly inspirational in that it shows that just one person can have a very real and hugely positive impact on their environment.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Monday, 1st July 2013

Knead To Know could almost have been designed for the permaculture community. Not only is it a great look at the benefits of self-baking and eating 'real bread' but its joined-up thinking (the negative effects of mass produced bread consumption) ensures it is nothing short of essential. The book is full of information on ingredients, basic recipes, techniques, business models, legislation, money matters, equipment, voluntary apprenticeships, employment opportunities, courses, equipment and ingredient suppliers, and much more.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Saturday, 16th March 2013

Taking place between Thursday 30th May and Monday 3rd June 2013 Sunrise: Another World has a fab monika announcing it is 'powered by the sun'.

As well being a festival full of music, workshops, dance, healing, talks, children's events, even a sauna it also boasts a permaculture garden and terrific range of permaculture talks organised by Sarah Pugh.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Sunday, 10th March 2013

Juniper is one of the sustainability movement's most important crossover voices. As well as being a tireless environmental campaigner, and the former executive director of Friends of the Earth, he also acts as an advisor to many international companies. This places him in a unique position in terms of how these two seemingly differing worlds connect and how they can increasingly work together.

 
Tony Rollinson |
Saturday, 23rd February 2013

More and more permaculture projects are demonstrating that areas in rainforests, that were once biodiverse habitats for scores of species but have been logged for timber or destroyed by slash and burn agriculture, can be replanted for food, fibres and medicines. Not only will they provide resources for local people, they can also become richly biodiverse in varieties of plant and animal species. This is a win-win situation for people and the planet.

 

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