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Orbital Systems' recycling shower claims to conserve 90% of its water

Orbital Systems' recycling shower claims to conserve 90% of its water | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
Orbital Systems is developing a new household shower that recycles any water that goes down the drain by purifying it and sending it back to the shower head...
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Mexico replaces America as fattest country in world

Mexico replaces America as fattest country in world | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
Mexico has become the country with the most obese people -- taking the dubious title away from people in the United States, who are now in second...
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Patterning in Permaculture Design: a Masterclass by Aranya

Patterning in Permaculture Design: a Masterclass by Aranya | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
By looking at nature's patterns, we can learn to mimic them and design sustainable systems accordingly. Aranya explains that when we do this, we are essentially looking at the earth's 3.5 billion...
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Norway Committed to Promoting Permaculture in Malawi Schools - AllAfrica.com

Norway Committed to Promoting Permaculture in Malawi Schools - AllAfrica.com | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
Norway Committed to Promoting Permaculture in Malawi Schools AllAfrica.com Lilongwe — The Norwegian Ambassador to Malawi, Asbjørn Eidhammer says his country is committed to promoting permaculture projects in schools as one way of mitigating the...
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At Least 10 Uses for Wood Ash

At Least 10 Uses for Wood Ash | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
We found this great list of things to do with wood ash. We have tested some ourselves like cleaning the glass of a woodstove and fertlizing tomatoes but we have NEVER dusted pets that have been skunked!
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Diary of a window box garden: the permaculture prescription

Diary of a window box garden: the permaculture prescription | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it

After exploring the potentially radical benefits of urban food growing and urban wilding (on a miniature window box-sized scale, of course), it seems sensible to see if there's a way to combine the two to create something spectacular.


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Fiji home to first fully organic Pacific island - Australia Network News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Fiji home to first fully organic Pacific island - Australia Network News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
The first fully organic island in the Pacific is eyeing potential export and tourism opportunities.
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How to Build a Natural Swimming Pool

You can build a natural pool in your own backyard. Take a dip and enjoy the clean, chemical-free water in your eco-friendly, in-ground pool. (Build a natural swimming pool. Naturally filtered by plants!
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Recycling human waste to improve sanitation and produce food

Recycling human waste to improve sanitation and produce food | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
Haiti is often seen as having the worst sanitation and clean water access in the Western hemisphere.
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7 No-Cost Ways to Grow More Food From Your Garden

7 No-Cost Ways to Grow More Food From Your Garden | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
Starting a vegetable garden can be expensive, but it doesn't have to be. Here are some no-cost ways to boost yields in your garden. Some will even save you money.
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Carrots in the car park. Radishes on the roundabout. The deliciously eccentric story of the town growing ALL its own veg

Carrots in the car park. Radishes on the roundabout. The deliciously eccentric story of the town growing ALL its own veg | MSuttonPermaculture | Scoop.it
The vegetable plots are the most visible sign of an amazing plan: to make Todmorden (resident Estelle Brown is pictured) the first town in the country that is self-sufficient in food.
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Green Gold - Documentary by John D. Liu

"It's possible to rehabilitate large-scale damaged ecosystems." Environmental film maker John D. Liu documents large-scale ecosystem restoration projects in ...
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