Category: Conferences

Last Day of IPCUK Live Stream

Designing-the-world-we-want-livestream

Today is the last day of the live stream from the 12th International Permaculture Conference. Todays speakers include Geoff Lawton of the Permaculture Research Institute, who will be discussing The Global Potential of Permaculture. For those who missed yesterdays presentations or for those wanting to watch it again, you can view it by pressing play on the player at the bottom of this post or viewing it on the Official […]

Read More >

Designing the World We Want Livestream

Designing-the-world-we-want-livestream

The great people hosting the 12th International Permaculture Conference have allowed us to share the live stream of the event through Permaculturenews.org. You can view it now either at their website here or in the player below. This is a great service and is a credit to the professional organisational skills of the men and women from the IPCUK. This will give the whole world the chance to be involved. […]

Read More >

Permaculture Design Transforming the World

The International Permaculture Convergence (IPCUK) in September will bring together practitioners from across the globe to share ideas and solutions that can be used to transform our futures. Can you help bring these global practitioners to the convergence? In September this year, the International Permaculture Convergence – IPCUK – will bring together permaculture practitioners from around the globe. From ‘the front lines in climate change’, hopeful scholarship applicants tell us […]

Read More >

IPCUK Scholarships

You can visit the Crowd Funding Page here. Help us build up a scholarship fund so that we can support permaculture practitioners from across the world to attend the international permaculture conference and convergence this September in London and Essex (IPCUK). Geoff Lawton has already donated in excess of three thousand pounds and sponsored two places, as scholarships, for this up coming event. Everyone that pledges between £10 and £250 […]

Read More >

Permaculture Celebrates its Tasmanian Origins

Permaculture is a design system for sustainable living and land use that was conceived in Tasmania 40 years ago by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren. Permaculture One published in 1978 to world wide acclaim, coincided with an explosion of interest in organic gardening & farming, renewable energy, and other aspects of positive environmentalism that many people think have just happened in the last few years. Over the decades permaculture teachers, […]

Read More >

APC12 – only 3 weeks left to register!

Deadline for registration and presentation proposals is Jan 31st. This may seem a little early, but as small group of busy volunteers, we’ll need plenty of time to organise the conference to make sure it is the best it can be. Register at http://www.apc12tas.com/register-now/ Send presentation proposal to: http://www.apc12tas.com/program/call-for-presenters/ Our planet is going though the most rapid rate of change in its history, and we face a future of surprises, […]

Read More >

Want to be a Part of the Change?

Geoff Lawton was one of the keynote speakers at PV1 in Temcula, CA in March 2014. PV2 isn’t just another permaculture convergence that focuses on hyper-local DIY skill building and resiliency; we instead decided to look bigger. We are blending the practical techniques and tactics found in workshops with the entrepreneurial spirit and opportunity of a business conference. We have brought together a diverse group of creative and innovative doers […]

Read More >

Growing Collective Consciousness from the Voices for the Climate

Reflecting on what I learned at the COP 20 in LIMA, Peru John D. Liu, Director, Environmental Education Media Project (EEMP) – Ecosystem Ambassador, COMMONLAND Foundation – Visiting Fellow, Netherlands Institute of Ecology (NIOO) Royal Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW)

Read More >

Geoff Lawton: Permaculture & The Tipping Point

In quite an insightful speech, Geoff Lawton talks about what it will take to get Permaculture to the tipping point. The point where the masses start to adopt it. Filmed at the PermacultureVoices 2014 Conference, Geoff takes his audience through a 30 plus year journey of his involvement with Permaculture. From the early days of still and slide cameras to the social media network. For more information about the PermacultureVoices […]

Read More >

North American Permaculture Convergence 2014

by Daniel Halsey North America’s first convergence may not have had the flash of a renaissance festival, but the content of the presentations and conversations eclipsed even the intermittent thunderstorms and driving rain. Brilliant minds, diplomatic discourse, and energy. The 2014 North American convergence was held at Harmony Park in southern Minnesota, USA. Attendees at the convergence were treated to an early and intense thunderstorm and tornado watch, as is […]

Read More >

Justice Begins with Seeds Conference 2014: Largest Food Sovereignty & Non-GMO Advocacy Gathering in the Nation (Sept. 12-13, 2014, Portland, Oregon)

When: September 12 & 13 in Portland, Oregon — All Day Event Where: First Congregational United Church of Christ, 1126 SW Park Avenue, Portland, OR 97205 Join the largest gathering in the US focused on educational campaigns related to Genetically Engineered Organisms. GMOs are one of the most common ingredients of commercial and industrial food in North America. Learn from the most important non-GMO advocates about successful campaigns, strategies and […]

Read More >

12th Australasian Permaculture Convergence (March 2015, Tasmania, Australia)

“Honouring the Past, Transforming the Future: The Challenge to Permaculture” What: 12th Australasian Permaculture Convergence Where: Northwest Environment Centre, Penguin, Tasmania, Australia When: Monday, 9 March 2015 at 6:00pm — Thursday, 12 March 2015 at 10:00pm (AEDT) Event details: The concept of Permaculture was developed in Tasmania in the late 1970s by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, as a positive and proactive response to the many pressing social and ecological […]

Read More >