These 9 classes are an Introduction to Integral PermaCulture -
We organized them in facebook group to encourage discussion.
Questioning is a vital part of learning process, so we see it as a must in completing this course.
We would like to see at least one comment from you under each class, so we know what did you think (also useful as a feedback!) and so we can learn together from each other.
What does it consist of exactly, why is it important in this historical phase of Transition?
And what patterns do we foresee for the future?
2) Visions & Hopes
In this class we propose some tools or essential maps for creating in a conscious way, we talk about collective visions that exist nowadays, how they affect us and how to have integrity about this, if we really wish to design for sustainability.
But Who designed them and how? It seems that not all of it was designed in a conscious way, and the parts that 'have acquired a life of their own' are perhaps now the key elements that need changing ... but we can only change them if we understand how they work.
This Conference was for all people interested in the PDC+++, a year long Permaculture design course. Here we talk about the design of the course which then developed to the rich variety of courses you can now see under our 3. Courses on Offer section. We provided lots of space for questions, comments, sugestions, dialogues... including during the whole course which followed, which is how we ended up co-designing with our students all of this ...
Vídeo de YouTube
this Facebook group, where you will be able to see the contents + dialogue of each of the classes linked here.
Thank you very much for this great introduction. The 2 articles linked (defining permaculture, and integral permaculture) are so inspiring. By presenting it as a movement, a co-creating on-going project, it gives hope and strength. It encourages us to be an active part of this community. - Bérénice
Thanks for this wonderful video! - Mirja
What I am most enjoying is the fact that the information in this mini course so far is very web-like, you don't just go in a linear fashion from one piece of information logically to the next, but branch out through so many explorations of the question 'what is integral permaculture?'
Thank you for this overview about the general Integral Permaculture philosophy! I especially appreciate that in this new approach not only considering the physical environmental in which we leave, but accounting also for the socio economical and political setting – a holistic approach! - Nico
Thank you for this introduction! I am happy to participate in the course! - Luca
Intro to PC minicourse is great, thanks for your work on this :). like the video's, esp as they are so concise/short