Month: March 2013

Africa-Haiti

Dear Mike and Gigi (both run NGO’s for on the ground work in Haiti) Our recent trials in Uganda  came up with a negative reading for target pathogens after processing for 14 days in a 1.5m3 Howard-Higgins Hot Box: sanitation waste and kitchen refuse from 35 houses, collected in bioliners 300 MHM pads and 200 …

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John Lennon

I happen to agree with this concept from John and Yoko http://www.brasschecktv.com/page/5678.html and re distribution of populations also is an important factor.

Food Security

Food Security The UK has no security in its food supply, soils damaged by applying Biosolids containing dangerous petro chemicals (used to clear water by the Water Companies). Agricultural land is misused in the application of petro chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Our nutrition is wasted into the sea and rivers. Our Land lies unused, our …

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Principles we wish to uphold at Well End Permaculture International

Core values At the heart of permaculture design and practice is a fundamental set of core values or ethics which remain constant whatever a person’s situation. These ethics are often summarized as; Earthcare: recognizing Earth as the source of all life and recognising that mankind is part of Earth, not apart from it. Peoplecare: supporting …

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