Propagando la vida regenerativa: Una Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura
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Propagando la vida regenerativa: Una Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura

La reciente Convergencia Latinoamericana de Permacultura  (o CLAP) se celebró del 15 al 21 de junio en la Ecoaldea Varsana al sur de Bogotá. Durante 5 días consecutivos la comunidad anfitriona contó con la presencia de 140 visitantes de más de 15 países, que aplicaron diferentes herramientas y ejercicios de inteligencia colectiva para dar a […]

Igniting regeneration: A Latin American Permaculture Convergence in Colombia
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Igniting regeneration: A Latin American Permaculture Convergence in Colombia

The recent Latin American Permaculture Convergence (or CLAP ) was held from the 15th to the 21st of June in Varsana Ecovillage south of Bogota Colombia. For 5 consecutive days the different open air and indoor spaces of the host community hosted a buzzing 140 people from over 16 countries, which shared tools and strategies […]

Neil Young Invites Permaculture on Tour
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Neil Young Invites Permaculture on Tour

Reposted from Permaculture Magazine Neil Young’s US tour, featuring new album, ‘The Monsanto Years’, will explore many environmental issues, and Permaculture magazine will be a part of it! The Permaculture team are huge Neil Young fans, so it really is special for a world renowned singer, songwriter and activist to get in touch with us […]

Earth People: An Immersion with Mapuche Indigenous People of Southern Chile
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Earth People: An Immersion with Mapuche Indigenous People of Southern Chile

We are journeying to Southern Chile to visit a Mapuche community in Nueva Imperial with Marcelo of Evoluzion. Our intention is to participate in Mapuche culture and make good relations. We are preparing to bridge people to a rich and important culture by creating an immersive, educational, tranformational travel experience in August for International Indigenous Day. We will celebrate the Mapuche […]

6 Impact Investing Lessons from the 2015 KIWA Summit
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6 Impact Investing Lessons from the 2015 KIWA Summit

Reposted from Moving Worlds – By Derk Norde Last week, the first KIWA Investment Summit took place in Quito, Ecuador, bringing together almost 200 professionals from all over the world for 3 days of  insights, networking and investor matchmaking. Thanks to Martin Acosta, CEO of KIWA and the amazing organizing team, representatives of the following 3 sectors […]

Heading to the Heart of the Peruvian Amazon: Iquitos by Boat
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Heading to the Heart of the Peruvian Amazon: Iquitos by Boat

To travel by boat through the Amazon is to travel into an isolated world. It requires ultimate surrender, and constant vigilance. Surrender, because nothing is certain in this riverine world of floating houses, mestizo magic, and pink dolphins. Departure time is irrelevant, if the boat even leaves at all. Vigilance, because everyone, and everything, will […]

How divest harvard has already won
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How divest harvard has already won

By: Chloe Maxmin, leader of the Divest Harvard movement April 10th, 2015, I am writing this post from a blockade in Harvard Yard, sitting in front of the main door to Massachusetts Hall (Mass Hall) where President Drew Faust and Harvard administrators have their offices. I began blockading at 6:45 a.m. this morning along with over […]

Off the Grid in a Tiny House with Rob Greenfield
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Off the Grid in a Tiny House with Rob Greenfield

Reposted from Rob Greenfield TV By: Rob Greenfield It’s been 4 months since I moved into my tiny house and life is splendid!  It has come along a bit slower then planned because of travels and other projects but today I felt it was finally time to share my life, off the grid, in the […]