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Indian activist Bunker Roy is bringing electric light to rural villages by training up grandmothers as solar engineers,...

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As delegates gather at the World Bank Conference on Land and Poverty, two videos expose what happens when community land is...

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What we need at the June meeting is action – not voluntary pledges and empty goals. Phil England looks ahead...

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Derelict inner-city sites are being transformed by green-fingered volunteers, writes Anna Weston.

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Howls of protest follow approvals for the expansion of the leaking Olympic Dam copper and uranium mine in South Australia.

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From wood to algae, biofuels have been around for years. But they're not necessarily all they're cracked up to be. Danny...

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It may be a leap of faith, but John Jordan and Isa Fremeaux are determined to try living the good life

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*David Satterthwaite* speaks out in praise of sewers, and *Mayling Simpson-Hébert* retaliates on behalf of pits.

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Is Ecuador’s bold proposal not to exploit a billion barrels of oil in the Yasuní National Park a serious option for...

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Planet Slayer - how much do you suck?

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

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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...

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

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A fresh forest of networks is blooming in the inner cities of Bristol and London, where *David Ransom* tries to keep pace with...

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

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

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