Advice For the Permaculture Movement From Bill McKibben
Interview by PMNA

As a grass-roots organization in over 180 countries, 350.org mobilizes millions of people around the world to take action regarding the dangers of fossil fuel development. Specifically, they advocate for a reduction in atmospheric carbon dioxide, back to 350 parts per million. As 350.org gears-up for an active year, Bill Mckibben takes time to offer advice on how the Permaculture […]

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Tribute to the Life and Legacy of Bill Mollison
From Permaculture Magazine, North America, Issue 03

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  Australian educator, author, and co-founder of Permaculture, Bruce Charles ‘Bill’ Mollison, died on September 24, 2016 in Sisters Creek, Tasmania, and has been praised across the world for his visionary work. Born 1928 in the Bass Strait fishing village of Stanley, Tasmania, Bill’s colorful life story included backwoodsman, academic, storyteller, lady’s man, and to many just ‘Uncle Bill’, doing […]

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Tribute to Toby Hemenway
From Permaculture Magazine, Issue 04

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Toby Hemenway passed away on December 20, 2016. His poignant articulation of permaculture helped introduce the concept to many people around the world. Gaia’s Garden has been published in 6 languages, and has sold more than 250,000 copies, making it one of the Top 10 Gardening Books in 2010 by The Washington Post. He was a great asset to the […]

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Travel Tips: An India Primer For The IPC
A Brief Introduction for Permies and Other Responsible Travelers

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Many people are starting to make their plans for the next International Permaculture Convergence(IPC), which will happen from 25th November to 1st December, 2017 in India. There are a few things you might find interesting to know beforehand – especially if you’ve never been to India before.   In the following series of articles, Rico Zook and Nina Osswald will offer […]

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