Permaculture and Climate Change Adaptation

The Permaculture Association has alerted us to a new book on adaption to climate change: Permaculture and Climate Change Adaptation: Inspiring Ecological, Social, Cultural and Economic Responses. Published by Permanent Publications, and written by Drs Gil Penha-Lopes and Thomas Henfrey, it draws on case studies from all over the world, and sets out to demonstrate the efficacy of…

News from the South-west of England

You can read the latest update from the South West Learning for Sustainability Coalition here. As a taster, here is Paul Vare’s 100-word thought piece on the Paris Agreement: The Paris Agreement on climate change was an unexpected Christmas present.  Of course, there are numerous opportunities for back tracking and concerns that it’s all too late.  Nevertheless,…

Think Global update

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Wildlife along field margins

Preserving wildlife along field margins can boost agricultural productivity is the conclusion of a new study published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society.  The experiment was carried out on the Hillesden Estate, Buckinghamshire, a flat site with heavy clay soils. There was a simple rotation of autumn-sown first wheat followed by break crops of either oilseed rape or field beans, then back into…

Puddle jumping at Slimbridge

  February half-term will see WWT Slimbridge Wetland Centre play host to the South West’s Puddle Jumping Championships which says that the event will be “fun for all ages”.   You should wrap up warm, grab your wellies and jump into puddles for a chance to win prizes. Puddles will be available around the grounds…

Forthcoming LEEF events

Here are some of the forthcoming events organised by LEEF. LEEF/TRAID workshop, Protect your winter wardrobe, Tell Your Moths Where To Go With TRAID’s Natural Origami Tea Bag, Thursday 11 February 2016, 6-9pm, TRAID shop Shepherd’s Bush. For once, we’re trying to decrease biodiversity (but only in our jumper drawers!). Join fellow LEEFers with a…