Tag: Permaculture

Home Composting

- by Sandhya Naidu Food materials are purchased by every household. Some waste is always generated in each household after usage of food materials mainly after using vegetable, fruits and eggs. Disposable parts of fruits and vegetable like roots, leaves, peel and unusable waste food are generated in every home, these are called collectively (...)

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A note about permaculture

Notes from our meeting with Dora Tkalec, permaculture expert - Tri Phung (Feb. 2020). I am especially enthusiastic and motivated for the session because I have experiences in the permaculture practices. In the summer 2018, I joined a workshop in permaculture-model farm in the central part of my country - Vietnam. We together built the natural (...)

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A session about permaculture

What impact do I have? - Mirjam Schwitter, Jan. 2020. This session was really inspiring. Before “permaculture” was actually just a term for me with hardly any meaning. After this session, I am very motivated to learn more about this whole lifestyle, the knowledge related to permaculture design and especially the ethics and principles of (...)

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Robert Stewart Jr

Robert comes from the US and he's a Bachelor Student of International Business. He's working on a thesis about meta data analysis of deforestation in the Amazon, not only with an engineering point of view but an holistic one. You can read his work here: Amazon Deforestation, A Situation Overview and Proposed Solution: Vertical Tower Farming (...)

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Amazon Deforestation, A Situation Overview and Proposed Solution: Vertical Tower Farming with Hemp

"One feather will tip the scale in favor of a better world. Be that one." Thoughts of an Awakening Millennial: New Aware Contents 1 Introduction 2 Rainforests 2.1. The Amazon 3 Deforestation Extinction & Biodiversity 3.1 Accumulation of Extinction Debt 4 Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon 4.1. Threats to Indigenous Peoples of the Amazon 5 (...)

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