New Internationalist

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Tasmanian roots

The two Australians, Bill Mollison and David Holmgren, set the ball rolling – Russ Grayson and Steve Payne tell their story.

Filed in: Australia History Sustainability

The problem is the solution

How the prospect of penury forced David Ransom to discover that there’s more than money to be saved both at work and at his new home on a Dutch barge.

Filed in: England Sustainability

Edible Earth

In search of bright ideas, David Ransom begins by learning some very basic lessons about how to design a more sustainable, permanent culture.

Filed in: England Sustainability

The stain in sustainability

Sharon Beder tracks the corporate takeover of environmental campaigns.

Filed in: Sustainability

Life

Egrets and tree frogs; migrant families and cityscapes: why the sixth and greatest extinction in the planet’s history is happening now.

Filed in: Animals Cities Cities Sustainability

Going off the mains

James Stronell is completing a house in the dry Australian Bush where there’s no water connection. What was he thinking?

Filed in: Sustainability Water

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