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  • ...invites practical applications, which are built in as a central feature of research. ...tions more likely in that country. [[International permaculture enterprise research]] may need to begin with similar preliminary documentation; it is also poss
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  • ...of potential partners like [[CoLab]], [[ECOLISE]] and the [[International Permaculture Educators Network]]. This raises new possibilities and constraints, includi [[Category: Permaculture Enterprise Research]]
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  • Next steps identified for permaculture enterprise research include: ** Research priorities
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  • ...): Transformative Social Innovation. What have we learned in four years of research? Available online at http://www.transitsocialinnovation.eu/content/original ...): Transformative Social Innovation. What have we learned in four years of research? Available online at http://www.transitsocialinnovation.eu/content/original
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  • ...through soil and vegetation.<ref name="Holmgren 20002">Holmgren, D., 2002. Permaculture: Principles and Pathways beyond Sustainability. Hepburn: Holmgren Design Se ...s/589_HOLDING_THE_RAIN_IN_LESOTHO.PDF</ref> In Guatemala, the Mesoamerican Permaculture Institute has identified swales as an element of traditional Maya water man
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  • ...biodiversity, and increased rates of compaction, erosion, and landslides.1 Permaculture employs a range of techniques to reverse these spirals of decline: to incre A common feature of [https://knowledgebase.permaculture.org.uk/practical-solutions/forest-gardens forest gardens] and other agroeco
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  • Agroecology is neither restricted nor original to permaculture, being characteristic of many traditional and indigenous farmings systems w ...everal districts of Zimbabwe mitigated the impact on food security through permaculture, [[water management]], and use of [[agrodiversity]], focusing on drought-to
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  • ...ref>http://www.pfaf.org/</ref> Also in Southwest England, the Agroforestry Research Trust in Devon has an ongoing programme to identify and test exotic perenni ...f water stress on yield advantages of intercropping systems. ''Field Crops Research'' '''13''': 117-131.</ref> Replacing monocultures of commercial rice hybrid
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  • ...thermal collectors and wood-fired stoves, most highly efficient in design. Research conducted by Kassel University showed that per capita GHG emissions associa The Central Rocky Mountains Permaculture Institute in Colorado, North America, has developed innovative low-energy s
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  • ...unct to business as usual.2 Even without taking social costs into account, research conducted within the United Nations Environmental Programme has shown that ...ve Enterprise deepens these insights through the systematic application of permaculture design.6 In addition to the familiar concept of financial capital, it recog
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  • ...s been mooted as a central strategy in climate mitigation and adaptation.3 Permaculture is one of many social movements dedicated to the creation of new commons, a ...eration of landscapes and social systems. Nobel Laureate Elinor Ostrom’s research on commons identified five requirements for adaptive governance. 5 These ef
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  • ...cated applied psychology of climate change has emerged among groups taking permaculture-based action on climate change. ...ve way for any particular situation.<ref>MacNamara, L., 2012. ''People and Permaculture.'' East Meon: Permanent Publications.</ref>
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  • ...ergies among - at least three previously unconnected strands of resilience research, each with its own limitations, emphases and strengths: ecology and human e
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  • ...the possibility that enterprise could be a route to diversification of the permaculture movement, in terms of both demography and practice. ...inquiry and potential practical applications for future action research on permaculture and enterprise.
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  • ...the immediate context, with existing permaculture enterprise, and with the permaculture movement as a whole. *Contextual - the effect of existing permaculture enterprises
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  • ...invites practical applications, which are built in as a central feature of research. ...tions more likely in that country. [[International permaculture enterprise research]] may need to begin with similar preliminary documentation; it is also poss
    3 KB (444 words) - 07:52, 25 July 2021
  • ...of potential partners like [[CoLab]], [[ECOLISE]] and the [[International Permaculture Educators Network]]. This raises new possibilities and constraints, includi [[Category: Permaculture Enterprise Research]]
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  • ...e [[permaculture ethics]] affect the motivations and business practices of permaculture entrepreneurs and businesses? How do permaculture entrepreneurs and businesseses reconcile the ethics, and their feelings abo
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  • They may include examples of [[permaculture enterprise]] and related fields such as [[Transition-oriented social enterp [[Category: Permaculture Enterprise Research]]
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  • What are the emerging models in [[permaculture enterprise]], particularly in: [[Category: Permaculture Enterprise Research]]
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  • Wider concepts relating to permaculture enterprise that new research might take into account include: [[Category: Permaculture Enterprise Research]]
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  • Next steps identified for permaculture enterprise research include: ** Research priorities
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  • ...s' dedicated to eco-social regeneration through action learning and action research.<ref> Graham, J.K.G., Roelvink, G., 2010. [http://dspace.uah.es/dspace/bits ...n movement]], particularly as grounded in the philosophy and practice of [[permaculture]], amount to a material reconfiguration of local settings in order to take
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