Food, ideas and enthusiasm flowed as 80 people gathered at Camperdown Commons for a participatory mapping exercise to geolocate Sydney’s sharing economy. What a night.
Permaculture has achieved what the movement wished just a couple of decades ago. It is in the mainstream. It has become a common word and it is now having to shine it’s boots and pull up it’s socks.
Addressing a meeting called by Transition Sydney at the UTS, Michael spoke of the value of locally-owned small to medium business to the cities they work in.
Take a look at what people have been up to in Permaculture. Community organiser Connector/social entrepreneur Development worker Economic innovator Ecovillage designer Educator Farmer Innovator & hacker People in permaculture.
Sydney resident, Damian Lynch, pioneered the ethical investment industry in Australia in the 1980s with his company, August Investments.
Bill Mollison, co-founder with David Holmgren of the permaculture design system, first describing it in the 1978 book, ‘Permaculture One’.