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Issue 402 of New Internationalist

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July 2007

Edible Earth: in search of Permaculture


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Much ado about oil

Much ado about oil

Hugo Chávez’s new foreign policy makes sense, according to *Alex Sánchez Nieto*

Permanent culture

Had *David Ransom* known, he might well have taken the same path much sooner.

Mugabe: saint, sinner or same?

Why does the West think that Mugabe has changed?

Bike in Palestine

Boy with bike and gas mask in Ramallah, Palestine
Loving Women – Being Lesbian and Unprivileged in India

Loving Women – Being Lesbian and Unprivileged in India

Lesbians in India
Global common sense

Global common sense

A brief tour around the permacultural world – North America, Nepal, Cuba, India, Palestine, Zimbabwe.

The Adventures of Ghosthorse and Stillborn

New folk

Goodbye Lucille

A Nigerian in Berlin

10 DIY Permaculture Ideas

From living roofs and forest gardens to animal tractors and chicken greenhouses.

Barns to beacons

A co-operative of ‘peasants’ in rural Dorset and a remarkable woman in the Brecon Beacons set some inspiring examples.

Shtetl Superstars

Jewish music

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