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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Bio-enterprises, endogenous development and well-being
In the quest for development, community thinking and actions are dynamic and evolving, yet a sense of ‘rootedness’ guides them.
Dennis Meadows: limiting growth to save the world
Earth cannot sustain present population, industrialization, pollution, food production and resource depletion trends for much longer.
Satoumi: the link between humans and the sea
Japan's Seto Inland Sea supports a variety of sea life and people and its integrated management would allow the reaping of benefits well into the future.
Survivalism back in vogue
Spurred on by peak oil, climate change and global economic troubles, there is a new upsurge in websites, books and films focused on notions of scarcity and constraint.
Fashion from trash
Bombastic Plastic of Bali designs and sews handbags, tote bags and wallets from fabric they create by fusing together reclaimed plastic shopping bags.
Better than Star Wars: The Age of Stupid
The Age of Stupid indicts our carbon indulgence with familiar examples of consumer gratification, warmongering and resource plunder.
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