Angus talks about bioregionalism and the the kick-back against globalism at The Eighth Day, 15 November 2018

The challenges of an increasingly complex and care-less world will not be overcome by more complexity and insensitivity. We will discuss localising production and resources as a means of avoiding a "new feudalism"; why it is important to see things differently before starting new projects; and the advantages of a pragmatic, as opposed to an ideological, approach.

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Angus Soutar is a permaculture designer and international permaculture teacher who has had earlier careers in the energy industry and in urban regeneration. He will be accompanied by colleagues from the Northern School of Permaculture which is is an independent, "grant-free" organisation based in Manchester.

 

When
November 15th, 2018 6:00 PM   to   8:00 PM
Location
111 Oxford Road
Manchester, M1 7DU
United Kingdom

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