[permaculture] County and global level permaculture design - got any?

Robyn Francis erda at nor.com.au
Sat Jan 9 00:44:26 EST 2010

Hi Michael
Some great work on this level has been done in Australia, most notable ones
worth checking out are
Permaculture Noosa permaculturesunshinecoast.ning.com have developed a
county-scale energy descent action plan. The following link is a pdf with
the story 

Sustainable Futures (Peter Cuming) strategic planner and permaculturist has
done quite a few jobs developing county-wide and regional strategies for

Also, don't forget the whole Transition Town movement has grown out of

I'm flat out preparing for the PDC starting tomorrow, but the above should
give you a few good examples

On 9/01/10 3:00 PM, "Michael Pilarski" <friendsofthetrees at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Dear Permies,
> I am writing an article on permaculture design applied at the macro-scale.
> Specifically, permaculture applied at the county level. City-scale,
> regional-scale and national-scale are also appropriate.  
> Where has permaculture been applied at large scales so far in the world?
> What models are there? Where has been planning been done? Design work? Or
> permaculture-influenced community planning? Who has written up their ideas and
> proposals along these lines?   
> I have less than a week to write this article.  If you know of any projects,
> people, articles, books etc on permaculture at the macro-scale please let me
> know.  
> Thanks,
> Michael Pilarski
> PS. Speaking of macro-scale, I invite everyone to read my just finished
> article on applying permaculture at the global level.
> you can access the article from the front page of my website.
> www.friendsofthetrees.net
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