How permaculture can build resilience and meet basic needs during a pandemic

As COVID-19 spreads, people are showing a growing interest in permaculture principles and techniques to heal their lives, communities and the planet.

(Flickr/Local Food Initiative)

From powerlessness to positive change-making

Aranya Austin’s permaculture teaching in action. (Learn Permaculture)

Turning problems into solutions

Luwayo Biswick is one the many people that have benefited from Never Ending Food’s permaculture training in Malawi. He now grows almost 300 food crops on his land, which became a permaculture demonstration and learning site. (Permaculture Paradise Institute/Never Ending Food)
The Crystal Waters community, based in southeast Queensland, Australia, is currently formed by around 200 people of at least 16 nationalities. (Facebook/Crystal Waters Eco Village)

Pathway to a better future for all

Alternatives to toilet paper use, by Brenna Quinlan, a permaculture illustrator. (Facebook/Brenna Quinlan)

Global sustainability researcher. Writing about the controversial relationships among People, Nature, and Economy.

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