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PacificEdge | September 25, 2016

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The new economy reborn in Sydney

September 2, 2016 |

August 2016 saw the rebirth of an alternative economics in Sydney with the Building the New Economy conference…Read More

Our permaculture journey in images

August 31, 2016 |

Just like the fruit we eat has its season, so does the Permacultire Calendar. So, here again at this time of year we have a new edition of this perennial of the permaculture world…Read More

Lloyd Kahn — pioneer, builder, author, inspiration

July 23, 2016 |

Something of a latecomer to skateboarding, Lloyd Khan came early to owner-building, resilient living, writing and publishing…Read More

Sponsors making Tropical Permaculture Guidebook a reality

July 7, 2016 |

Sponsors now have the opportunity to boost their reputation by making the Tropical Permaculture Guidebook a reality…Read More

The building where it all began

July 3, 2016 |

This is a place of origin for the permaculture design system. A place of beginnings back when permaculture was new…Read More

Artefact a list of global permaculture organisations of the past

June 9, 2016 |

In the deep dingy recesses of a seldom visited bookshelf, an amazing artefact from permaculture’s hidden past has been uncovered…Read More

A community that never was

May 29, 2016 |

Questions remain unanswered. Experiments are left undone. So it was with Cooplacurripa… Read More

Let’s support, not nitpick companies trying to make a difference

May 25, 2016 |

NEW companies like Biolite are devloping new approaches to international development through direct business-to-community links. Critical harping can only damage that…

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New coalition to press for better food system

May 20, 2016 |

Australia has a new food advocacy organisation with the security of people’s food supply at its core:Read More

A slithering sort of surprise

May 15, 2016 |

THE ORGANIC GARDENING COURSE at Randwick Sustainability Hub might be a little different to some, but this different?

Most organic gardening courses come with wildlife — bugs, bees, lizards, maybe a bird or two. They are included because of their … Read More