Posts Tagged ‘relocalisation’
Posted in Events by TransitionTownPortPhillip on November 10th, 2011
|14 November , 2011|
|8:00 pm||to||9:30 pm|
“Going local” is a powerful strategy to repair our fractured world – our ecosystems, our societies and ourselves… Join us on Monday 14 November, 7.30 for 8pm screening of “The Economics of Happiness”, a film exploring the emerging paradigm of re-localisation, a new way of thinking about economics, growth & prosperity.
Special guest speaker, Nick Ray, founder of the Ethical Consumer Guide.
Tickets $11 online or $12 on the door (subject to availability) includes nibblies made from locally sourced produce & a glass of wine.
SLOWdown Cafe Bar Restaurant, 56 Acland St, St Kilda (opposite McDonalds).
Appetite for Insight foodie films are proudly presented in partnership with SLOWdown eco-friendly restaurant & Transition Town Port Phillip, supported by Port Phillip Urban Fresh Food Network & Veg Out Community Gardens.
Posted in Events by Kate Archdeacon on June 18th, 2010
Source: Climate Action Calendar
David Holmgren explains permaculture as a design system to relocalise our economies and communities in the face of the twin threats of Peak Oil and Climate Change. In part I, David outlines the history of permaculture as a design concept and a global environmental movement in the context of the emerging energy descent brought on by the peaking and decline of global oil supply and the whole spectrum of environmental, economic and social crises. Relocalisation of our economies and communities is highlighted as the central organising strategy for creative grass roots adaptive response to the energy descent future, both to build resilience and capacity in the face of unprecedented threats, and grasp the creative opportunities from energy descent. In part II, David uses his photos of examples of the diversity of permaculture design solutions from his own property Melliodora as well as the wider world of permaculture to show the scope and depth of permaculture design in the home, garden, farm, forest, community and ecomomy.
Manningham Carbon Rationing Action Group (CRAG) Discussion Group: Discussion led by Indy Lingham
Thu 24 June 6.45pm- 9 pm
699 Doncaster Rd
Free Event; All welcome; Bookings Essential: 9840 4400 or eepadmin