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Last Day of IPCUK Live Stream

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 website here, and selecting the file for streamed a number of hours ago.

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Todays presentations will be;

Geoff Lawton – The Global Potential of Permaculture

Cathy Debenham – Renewables: From the Fringe to Near-Normal

Rob Hopkins – The 10 Year Transition Experiment: Reflections and Lessons Learnt

Host – Maddy Harland

Chris Warburton Brown – A Permaculture Approach to Soil

Graham Bell – The Answer Lies in the Soil

Joel Williams – Introduction to soil biology and the soil food web

Christopher Nesbitt – Repairing Damaged Soils in the Maya Mountains Using Permaculture: 26 Years of Progress

Host – Kevin Morel

Fiebrig I, Schmutz U, Wright J, Pimbert M – Permaculture on a Commercial Farm: Using the Sustainability Assessment Tool SAFA for an Initial Evaluation

Federico Filippi – Can Arable Be Permacultural?

Naomi van der Velden – Biodiversity, productivity, and scale in resilient food production systems

Kristín Vala Ragnarsdóttir – How Does Permaculture Stack Up in the Real Economy?

Rosemary Morrow – What is Needed for Permaculture to Grow, and What are its Potential Challenges and Successes?

Concluding with the Handover to IPC 13 in India and call to action, Andy Goldring


After the conclusion the attendees will also be entertained by a viewing of the film Inhabit, if you enjoyed the film already or would like to view it, please click here and help support the great work done by Emmett Brennan, Costa Boustikaris and their associates.

The live stream will be shown below, enjoy!

The Permaculture Research Insitute

PRI Zaytuna Farm functions as a model farm (in development) and permaculture training facility. Geoff and Nadia Lawton, world-renowned permaculture educators and consultants, lead the project. Much of Geoff and Nadia’s time over the last few years has been spent away from the Institute, consulting and helping set up projects in diverse locales around the world. Seeing the worldwide demand for knowledgeable permaculture consultants and teachers increase exponentially, as fuel and fertiliser prices skyrocket and the effects of climate change, soil depletion and water shortages begin to hit hard, priority and focus is now shifting back to the Institute, where growing the training program will increase the output of quality teachers to help fill the growing need for them.

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