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    [video]Srinivas nunna posted a video on 3 March 2009 - 9:48am.
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    Find your best rated guru teacher tutor professor and rent books online

    Softscripts was established in the year 2003. Our main motto is to help in eradicating illiteracy from the world ,so we developed a platform connecting tutors ,teachers and professors with students and renting books online in an easier way . Teachers can showcase their classes to the world. Students can reach teachers in a better way .

    Find-guru.com started online quiz for students, teachers. Any one can play weekly quiz and win exiting prizes $50 gift hampers.

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    Srinivas nunna posted a note on 3 March 2009 - 9:46am.

    Find your best rated guru teacher tutor professor and rent books online

    Softscripts was established in the year 2003. Our main motto is to help in eradicating illiteracy from the world ,so we developed a platform connecting tutors ,teachers and professors with students and renting books online in an easier way . Teachers can showcase their classes to the world. Students can reach teachers in a better way .

    Find-guru.com started online quiz for students, teachers. Any one can play weekly quiz and win exiting prizes $50 gift hampers.

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    Peter Brownell posted a Blog entry on 19 July 2011 - 11:44am.

    Uncivilisation 2011

    Uncivilisation will be a festival full of interesting stuff. Expect to get your world-view a little shaken and leave inspired. Uncivilisation 2011 takes place in Hampshire on the weekend on 19 August.

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    Peter Brownell posted a Blog entry on 19 July 2011 - 11:42am.

    How to grow food in cities

    The Farm:Shop in Dalston is an ecosystem in a building. It's worth a visit to just look around, but on Sat 23 July you can get a guided tour with one of their eco-engineer founders. Tickets are £10 and the tour starts at noon.

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    Helena Suarez posted a link on 18 June 2011 - 5:51pm.

    Pilates instructors - volunteer and expand your experience!

    Last winter I volunteered at a night shelter for homeless people and was inspired to get more involved.

    I'm currently creating Pilates Street, a London-based project to link up Pilates instructors with organisations working with people living in or recovering from homelessness, addiction and or mental health issues, to offer free Pilates sessions to their clients.

    If you're interested in taking part in the project, please visit this link to find out more and get in touch!

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    Peter Brownell posted a Blog entry on 29 March 2011 - 1:35pm.
    Rianne ten Veen posted a link on 20 March 2011 - 5:24pm.

    199 ways to please God

    This book aims to increase awareness about the current state of our environment and Islamic injunctions to play our part in protecting it as guardians of Creation ("We appointed you viceroys in the earth after them, that We might see how you behave.", Yunus/Jonah [10] 14). It includes some disconcerting facts about the current state of affairs, but hopes this will serve as inspiration for positive action (oftentimes saving money at the same time).

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    [image]Casa Verde - Kno... posted a Image on 4 February 2011 - 4:10pm.
    Casa Verde - International location

    Casa Verde - International location

    This shows our exact location in Nicaragua. Remember - our main office and starting point is Portland, OR and our international location (the actual Casa Verde site) is based in Nicaragua. This is where students and volunteers will eventually arrive after receiving hands on training in the US to gain the skills and principles of sustainable living.

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    [image]Casa Verde - Kno... posted a Image on 4 February 2011 - 3:50pm.
    Casa Verde's Nicaraguan site

    Casa Verde's Nicaraguan site

    This is a view from the beautiful Casa Verde site in Nicaragua.

    Casa Verde’s Student Center in Nicaragua is being built using sustainable materials and indigenous practices to the furthest extent possible. This supports not only a healthy and engaged lifestyle at Casa Verde, but all infrastructure and buildings will be used as a living educational tools. The facility itself will be a model to demonstrate how to replicate these practices and give students hands on experience with green and alternative systems.

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    Casa Verde - Kno... posted a link on 4 February 2011 - 3:45pm.

    Casa Verde website

    Here is the official website for Casa Verde...check us out and get involved in our project!!

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    [video]Keith Farnish posted a video on 9 September 2010 - 7:15pm.
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    Time's Up! An Uncivilized Solution

    What kind of life do you want, and what are you willing to do to get it? Author Keith Farnish sees industrial civilization as the most destructive way of living yet devised by humans. And it's over: environmental degradation and depletion tell us it can't continue. The system has myriad ways to make us believe we can't live without it. But Keith believes we can - there are countless ways to move forward into contented, happy, and full lives. We can "disengage" and reconnect with the natural world, ourselves, and others. (www.unsuitablog.com, www.theearthblog.org)

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    Nicola Upton posted a link on 22 April 2010 - 8:30pm.

    Transformation Fund Westborough Mosaic Blog

    Transformation Fund - 'Piece Together' Mosaic blog featuring Westborough School, Westcliff on Sea and Summercourt Children's Centre (also in Westcliff).

    The project's aims were to reach asian mothers at Westborough School to expand their knowledge of the craft of Mosaics. These persons were then ecouraged to become the 'trainer's' and train other people at Westborough School who participated in making Mosaics over the half term week in February 2010.

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    RSPB posted a Document on 26 March 2010 - 9:25am.

    Dove Stone Nature Reserve Directory of Activities

    This leaflet lists the actvities you can get involved in at Dove Stone, near Oldham.
    There is some general information on the types of actvity and also a guide to what time of year each actvity will take place.

    Get in touch with us to find out when these exciting activities are taking place and to book your place.

    Nature is amazing - help us keep it that way.

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    Christine Lewis posted a link on 21 March 2010 - 3:52pm.

    Charity Learning Consortium

    Formed in 2001 by six charities looking to share learning resources, The Charity Learning Consortium (CLC) is growing. With over 60 members from the charity and community sector, The CLC continues to provide an opportunity for voluntary organisations to have access to a large portfolio of eLearning courses but at a low cost, networking opportunities and a place to discuss best practice in the charity sector.

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    Nick Thomas posted a note on 23 September 2009 - 4:46pm.

    Indigenous Perspectives Conference

    One of Britain's leading adventurers, Benedict Allen, is to open the Indigenous Perspectives Conference on Monday 12th October. Allen is the author of 11 books, but is probably best known for his TV programmes of exploration and endurance. His first-hand experience of indigenous people in jungle, tundra and desert qualifies him to speak with authority and warmth at this one-day conference at the Pierian Centre.

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    Claire Medcalf posted a Blog entry on 18 March 2009 - 3:59pm.

    MARCH IS GREEN: Josef Davies-Coates Recommends:

    Josef Davies-Coates, founder of United Diversity has kindly let us know his top places to learn green skills.

    There are lots of good courses being run at 3 of my favourite places:
    http://www.ragmans.co.uk/ (many, including the one I'm doing now run
    by http://patrickwhitefield.co.uk/)
    http://www.radfordmillfarm.co.uk/
    http://www.embercombe.co.uk/

    Been told they do really great stuff at: http://www.agroforestry.co.uk/

    In London there is: http://www.naturewise.org.uk

    Graham Burnett does lots of courses too: http://www.spiralseed.co.uk/

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    m m posted a note on 8 January 2009 - 12:23pm.

    Any interest in joining a Stoke Newington/North London food co-operative? (credit crunch times!)

    Hi all,

    Would anyone be interested in getting together a
    group of people to place organic wholesale food
    orders? Many wholesalers will accept a minimum
    order of £400 or so placed by a private group and
    you can get huge savings on pantry items such as
    tinned tomatoes, beans, pasta, oils, grains,
    spices, wine, ecological cleaning products....

    Please email me if you're interested!

    Thanks

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