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Two-part interview series with Shane Ward on the "Ari in the Air" podcast informally discussing a wide range topics across our global political, economic and old systems, human nature and permaculture.
Action Ecology is excited to announce the launch of the Better Futures Forum, and to also be a part of something so groundbreaking and thrilling - shaping a more resilient New Zealand for a better tomorrow.
In designing our shift from the industrial age to the ecological age, architect Michael Pawlyn draws on some of the best ideas biology and bio-mimicry reveal to us in order to radically transform the way we live and the biological approach to cities.
Gabe Brown's excellent no-input, integrated grazing and no-till pasture cropping system that treats the farm like an ecosystem and in so doing, builds soil, restores hydrology and creates a healthy ecology and economy for himself and his family.
Agroforestry, ecological farming - whatever you want to call it - it works. Its commercial and it has a ton of environmental benefits so what are we waiting for? If not us, then who? "The eyes of the future are looking back at us and they are praying for us to see beyond our own time".
Do you really need nitrogen fixing plants? Are they even doing their job? Here are a few important things to consider before you start planting 'nitrogen fixing' plants and trees all over your landscape.