Hard science versus soft science, public ownership versus private ownership, people versus nature, Dr. Emilio Moran at Michigan State breaks each of these paradigms open in an attempt to save the Amazon River Basin from a similar fate as Brazil’s pacific forests.
Many of Dr. Moran’s works can be downloaded to PDF on his website, just click the publications tab.
Hydroponic plants with ducks! Even more excellent that nearly all of the materials were found on the side of the road, this video just goes to show you that with a little ingenuity, humans are capable of really cool stuff. We have the technology! Go out and do something great today.
How is the art of permaculture living up to its promise? Seasoned permaculture practitioner Rosemary Morrow gives us a short talk about where the design system needs to move in the future, and who it should be helping. While permaculture rapidly increases in popularity in countries such as Canada, United States and UK, Rosemary has a long track record of going where others don’t want to be.
With incredible drone shots and some time lapse images, this video gives you a deeper understanding of what a forest garden is and what it takes to make one. Whats so great about this relatively new, and extremely ancient, gardening technique? Take a look at this video to find out.
This new video series, the Ecological Instant, currently finds itself in post-production hell, which is sad since it looks like it will sport high-quality footage of interesting areas. This promotional video includes some humorous moments, culminating in a *facepalm* at 1:24.