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    Claire Medcalf posted a note on 13 March 2009 - 11:46am.

    C.R.A.S.H Course - Now open for applications

    C.R.A.S.H - A Postcapitalist A-Z

    Take part in a free course combining art, activism and permaculture!

    We are inviting creative resisters, unemployed workers and art activists to take part in our latest project - C.R.A.S.H: A Postcapitalist A to Z - in London’s financial district in June 2009.

    The C.R.A.S.H Course is free two week long (1-14 June) intensive training combining permaculture design, art activist tactics and skills for building radically ecological and deeply democratic communities.

    C.R.A.S.H is part of 'Two Degrees' Artsadmin’s festival of art and climate change.

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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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    Peter Brownell posted a Blog entry on 29 March 2011 - 1:35pm.
    Rianne ten Veen posted a link on 20 March 2011 - 6:25pm.

    Celebrating the Co-operative Movement

    Encouraged by Greening the North, Paul Gosling with Foreword by Jonathon Porritt and Endnote by Rianne ten Veen.

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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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    S McIlroy posted a link on 1 April 2010 - 11:01pm.

    LoLA: Library of Lost Arts

    Interested in cultural transformation, sustainability and downshifting? LoLA is a social network for sharing stories, inspiration & advice for living sustainably, downshifting or preparing to go bush.

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    [video]Graham Burnett posted a video on 2 November 2009 - 11:36pm.
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    Introduction to permaculture weekend at Dial House, Essex

    Extracts from the Alexander Oey film 'There Is No Authority But Yourself' about Crass and other activities at Dial House showing scenes from the Permaculture Introductory weekend held there in may 2006 by Graham Burnett and Ron Bates. This low resolution extract does not represent the high quality of the original film available from http://www.minimovies.org/documentaires/view/crass/

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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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