[permaculture] Permaculture and Sustainability Progress?

Rael Bassan rael at ripco.com
Mon Sep 18 15:15:42 EDT 2006


In preparing for a coming program, the issue of evaluating progress in 
permaculture became of interest. The following questions came to mind:

1) With increasing awareness about climate change (crisis/destabilization), 
are WE moving significantly closer to a "permanent culture" globally or 
locally/regionally? (WE can refer to both those concerned about 
permaculture and sustainability as well as the planet as whole.)

2a) If so, which developments are most relevant?

2b) If not, what is most needed?

Curious about your comments...Rael

Rael Bassan
Coordinator
Chicagoland Urban Permaculture (CUP)
1020 W. Lawrence Ave. #1216
Chicago, IL, USA, 60640-6535
773-907-1465
http://sustaincup.blogspot.com/

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The question of the century is: How best can we shift to a culture of 
permanence, both for ourselves and for the biosphere that sustains us? -- 
Edward O. Wilson




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