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Permaculture Series II: Edge Cultures that Flourish

Following our previous blogpost on Permaculture and Change , we explored how vital the permacultural principle of change is to our growth, not only in the agricultural field – but all the fields we walk through. In this second part we will dive into how permaculture-thinking can inspire us to look differently at diversity and …

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Youth in Permaculture – It’s Our Future

Ananda Kalyani Master Unit is working with an international project called Youth in Permaculture (YiP), whose mission is to support and empower youths and young adults to lead fulfilling and healthy lives inspired by permaculture through events organised by and for the youth, who plan to share information and practical tools through online platforms and …

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Bats: ecologically important animals

Bats are mammals of the order Chiroptera and make up one-fifth of the mammal population on Earth, according to Bat Conservation International. Bats are the second largest order of mammals (after the rodents), representing about 20% of all classified mammal species worldwide with about more than 1,300 bat species in the world.