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Permaculture, hope for life on Earth ? (1 Viewer)


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Hi all, I have recently become very interested in a relatively new phenonomen, a design system currently sweeping the globe called Permaculture. If you haven't heard of it I urge you to look it up because I believe, it has great potential for life on earth. A little dramatic may be and you may be wondering why I'm posting a gardening system here ?

Well permaculture is far more than 'gardening' and I believe its potential for conservation is huge. As we know conservation of species requires conservation of ecosystems and Permaculture is doing just this by rebuilding and creating beneficial environments for wildlife as well as people. It seems to me that unless we stop the huge degradation of natural environments for agriculture then the current rapid decline of all species will continue. Permaculture has the ability to change our current oil based systems which clearly are not working and create sustainable, ecological systems that do.

And what's more these systems have the ability to help stop global warming/climate change through natural carbon capture.
Please check out these sites and let me know what you think


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