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Groups are forming to create specific chapters in the Brixton Energy Descent Action Plan. They will vision a better low energy future as it concerns their focus area and then ‘backcast’ to the present to produce the routemap to that future with timetable and milestones. This will involve much research into what is possible and what can be made possible. Ideally it will also produce pioneering visible projects that inspire and point the way towards a sustainable future.
TTB is made up of several independant groups. For information about each group visit the relevant group page.
Anyone wanting to convene a working group on any topic (listed or not) please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will endeavour to put you in touch with like minds.
By Michel Thill on May 29, 2020
As we had to postpone this year’s community engagement work and Permaculture Design Courses at Roupell Park, we used the time to develop an online programme of courses and workshops. Our Brixton-based in-person courses and other work will surely resume in latest 2021. Find belo some links here to our upcoming online events. Find all [...]
By Michel Thill on December 12, 2019
After a year break in 2019, Social Landscapes is offering their fully certified Permaculture Design Course – Creating Resilient Communities again in 2020. The course starts in April and runs over 6 weekends between April and October. There are additional optional Saturday afternoon session covering the basics of organic and permaculture gardening.
The Actual Permaculture Design [...]
By Duncan on May 31, 2017
More than 50 local food enthusiasts assembled at Open Project Night on 22 May to hear from 4 local food enterprises and think how we can supply the gaps and challenges so that we can move towards a local food system that can supply real local needs and begin to compete with the corporate take-over [...]
By Duncan on May 31, 2017
More than 50 local food activists assembled at Open Project Night on 22 May to hear from 4 local food enterprises and think how we can supply the gaps and challenges so that we can move towards a local food system that can supply real local needs and begin to compete with the corporate take-over [...]
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By Michel Thill on January 4, 2017
Social Landscapes is running a full accredited Permaculture Design Course starting in April. The course puts special emphasis on the use of Permaculture in the urban context: small scale food growing, retrofitting of houses, water in the home, working in groups, livelihood and transition, while not ignoring other topics, such as agroforestry, natural building and [...]