Design from patterns to details and integrate rather than segregate. Week 4 is about how we approach design in permaculture and how we start to think in systems. As permaculture designers we want to create systems, things that can self regulate and moderate themselves and that work in harmony with nature.
Understand that as a permaculture designer you are placing yourself on teh leading edge of regenerative development. This selection of videos explores some of the ideas embedded in these principles as well as giving examples of their application is a range of very different circumstances.
The amazing Incredible Edible Sound System, produced a set of 12 songs each exploring a permaculture principles.. here is ‘Take it Slow’
A Beginner’s Guide to Neoliberalism.
We first ran the series back in 2015, but it’s as relevant as ever. It’s presented by the journalist Kirsty Styles alongside James Meadway, who at the time was chief economist at the New Economics Foundation.
Probably too much detail for most, but if yu really want to get to the bottom of how we got into this terrible mess then then this critique of neo-liberal economic paradigm (thats Thatcherism to you) will get you there. It is good to understand the nature of the problem to be able to find the solution