this piece looks at community self reliance and the end of employment
Urban permaculture as a means of helping to bring about a permanent culture based on sound ecology and abundance.
Can we can change work for the better of ourselves and community.
Are we really changing things, if we become green capitialists?
The community at Daisy Dell took action in their area to create a community garden resource and at the same time built new relationships.
How can we change the dominance of a culture based on individualism by building community.
How can permaculture ethics help us to create a better, fairer world.
How can we use permaculture and inspiration of occupy to shape a new world.
It is challenge to become self sufficient in the UK and the world for most people, but there things you can do together.
Scientific evidence states happiness is linked to being kind and cooperative
Ruth Potts: Falling in Love with the Material World: How the joy and intelligence of craft helps us understand limits and sets us free, filmed at Small is festival 2012
Talk from the Diggers 2012 group that have been inspired by the Gerald Winstanley and the original Diggers and have taken to reclaiming the land at Runnymede Park.
Could permaculture offer an alternative to capitalism?
Felix Wood explains why Schumacher’s small is beautiful message is still relevant today, watch the film to find out more.
Film: George Mckay on radical gardening, Vandana Shiva and others discuss the importance of gardening, seeds and capitalism
Great series of lectures from Documenta (13), includes George Mckay and Vandana Shiva talking about our relationships to nature, seeds and animals great viewing
Read the Moneyless Manifesto for free, a great read on how to unplug yourself from the money system and begin to live a more saner happier life.
Heartfelt and positive message from one person on how and why she is working to remake the world, we really relate to this message and I am sure you will to.
Thought the transition movement was the first movement to look at localised food production and sustainability, think again as Bristol had its own transition type movement over a hundred years ago.
A short film about the Small is Beautiful festival 2012, a great festival, check our site for more great talks and films
Permanent Culture Now is proud to bring you the Bristol Green Week Schumacher Talks, these talks cover a wide range of issues around sustainability and green issues, from ethics, to behaviour change, to zeronauts and more.