Returning from a few days at Whangapoua beach in the Coromandel. A very special place I’ve been going to for many years now, lots of memories – like this painting above “Summer Sands” from 1993, going round the rocks to the harbour… 164 more words
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Have a look at this inspirational and award-winning short film. It’s amazing what one humble man can do….. 11 more words
It’s all about the knowledge — some knowledge is valued by the Establishment, some knowledge is discounted as low status, of little import.
The knowledge required for successful low-impact development — knowledge about living far more self-sufficiently than it usual in profit-driven industrial societies — usually falls into the second category and is therefore not regarded by policy-makers or planners as legitimate. 8 more words
The week’s round-up of environmental news reblogged from Under the Pecan Leaves: