Permaculture and Climate Change Adaptation
Inspiring Ecological, Social, Economic and Cultural Responses for Resilience and Transformation
112 pages; paperback; 2016
By Thomas Henfrey & Gil Penha-Lopes
“For decades, permaculture practitioners have devised creative responses to changes in local climate conditions. In doing so, they have developed a collective knowledge and experience invaluable in global efforts to address climate change.”
Permaculture and Climate Change Adaptation is a clear, concise, and colorfully stunning compilation of how global communities are addressing climate change with permaculture models and tools. Looking at the issue from a global perspective, the book not only addresses the impacts climate change has on indigenous communities and those living close to nature, it also addresses key strategies from all areas of the glove and for all beings, rural and urban.
This is a must-have for any permie’s bookshelf!
Get your copy today and be sure to check out the review of this book in the current issue of Communities magazine , issue #174: Communities and Climate Change.
If you’re interested in this topic, check out these books on global communities making huge impacts:
ReInhabiting the Village is a multi-media social movement that features projects, organizations, and community leaders inspiring us to engage in a regenerative future through dialogue, collaboration, and innovation. Both the book and workbook are available.
Ecovillages: 101 Ways to Heal the Planet presents a selection of ecovillage projects from all over the world as a means to introduce this worldwide movement for social and environmental justice and a beacon of inspiration for the social, cultural, ecological and economic revival of both rural and urban areas.
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