Introduction to permaculture 3

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This is the slideshow i am using now (2013) to open design courses. This part goes over a bit of my background, a bit of history and inspiration for permaculture and its development, and the state of the world. It also begins to explore how permaculture is manifested in the world, which is a reflection of the 14 chapters of the Designers manual which acts as a framework for how the course is structured.

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Introduction to permaculture 3

  1. 1. Permaculture Design (3)
  2. 2. In Social Space
  3. 3. In commerce 
  4. 4. In social/economic systems
  5. 5. In Cottage Industries
  6. 6. In Education
  7. 7. In Medicine
  8. 8. In Art
  9. 9. In Community
  10. 10. In our attitudes
  11. 11. In People
  12. 12. In Design
  13. 13. Permaculture Design 4 Core components of a complete Site: Water, Earth, L andscape, Clim ate, Plants Social: The Energy: Legal Design: Technologies,Aids, People, cult harmonious Connections, S ure, Trade, & integration of tructures, Sour Finance landscape ces and people Abstract: Timing, Data, Ethics
  14. 14. “Without a plan, there is nocommitment, hence no accountability.” Henri Fayol
  15. 15. PermaculturePrinciples Using Energy Small Biological Cycling Scale Resources Intensive Energy Accelerating Efficient Succession Planning Multiple Diversity Elements Multiple Edge functions AwarenessRelative Design AttitudinalLocation Principles principles

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