About a third of the world's soil has already been degraded by industrial farming. Generating three centimeters of topsoil takes 1,000 years.

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The Land

Our connection to the land we live on is fundamental. We must strive to learn and understand the inter-related bioregional systems allowing us to live in balance with nature.

We are seeking facilitators and subject matter experts to get involved and contribute what matters to them as it relates to solving modern problems surrounding our planet. Contact us to learn more.

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The Land

The Untold Story Of Grasses - William Bond

Grasses created an open sunlit world, rich in plants and animals, including those that nurture and feed us and sustain our cities. Now all are threatened by a trillion trees. Learn more about grasslands and forests: http://openecosystems.co.za 
Video by Sustainable Human


The Land

A Simpler Way: Crisis as Opportunity

Follow a community in Australia that has come together to explore and demonstrate a simpler way to live in response to global crises. 


The Land

Thinking Like A Forest: A Design Agenda for Bioregions

John Thackara's discusses his new book, How To Thrive in the Next Economy: Designing Tomorrow's World Today. A bioregion is a land and water territory defined by the geographical limits of communities and ecological systems, it is also defined by its people.


The Land

What is Permaculture? (And Why Should I Care?)

A quick look at the concepts of Permaculture. Why Permaculture is important for a world that is facing a rapidly changing climate.


The Land

Paul Wheaton Permaculture Keynote - 72 Bricks to Build a Better World

Paul Wheaton (bad-boy of permaculture) keynote presentation at the 2013 Southern California Permaculture Convergence. Not for the tender of ears.

The Land

Lands That Will FLOOD in Our Lifetime

Some places are more threatened by rising sea levels than others, but in the end we'll all be paying a price.


The Land

7 Principles for Building Better Cities

The way we build new cities will be at the heart of so much that matters, from climate change to economic vitality to our very well-being and sense of connectedness.


The Land

When Trees Meet Buildings

Architects, engineers, and developers are creating increasingly greener structures and doing it in a more literal way than ever before.

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