Communities for Future
Our Response to the Climate Emergency
February 1-10, 2020
Morag shares with us about the effects of the fires in Australia on the nature, wildlife, and people, weaving it into personal stories and her own grief and connection to the land. She talks about not only fixing the damage but building resilience and taking responsible action as “everyone has the capacity to stand up in whatever realm they are”. She reminds us that permaculture is much more than gardening - it’s a way of designing a one-planet life.
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- A personal sharing about the situation in Australia
- Resilience and a well-timed response to catastrophes
- A call to action
- Permaculture - creating a one-planet life
- Learning from indigenous communities
- The design of Crystal Waters Ecovillage
- Starting meaningful grassroot projects
Morag Gamble lives a permaculture life at Crystal Waters, the UN World Habitat award-winning ecovillage in Australia. From this living laboratory, she shares a new story of living - a one-earth, nature-connected, community-rich story inspired by indigenous cultures of sustainability, voluntary simplicity and the relocalisation movements. As Global Permaculture Ambassador, she has been teaching in communities and universities around the globe. Morag is the founder of the Permaculture Education Institute with students on 6 continents, and the Executive Director of the Ethos Foundation, a small permaculture charity.
Follow her on Our Permaculture Life youtube channel and blog.
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