Down to Earth (DTE) partners with IPC India 2017 for the 13th International Permaculture Convergence Releases Special Permaculture Edition on the occasion
25-26 November 2017
Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University Rajendra Nagar Mandal, Hyderabad, Telangana 500030
Is permaculture a hype? Or, the ultimate answer to farmers' plight, food shortage, and environmental challenges posed by industrial agriculture? Down to Earth’s special edition “New Civilisation, Primitive Wisdom” analyses how permaculture farming, which spread across the West as part of the hippie movement, is fast gaining ground in India among subsistence farmers and those who want to grow their own food.
The edition is being released at the International Permaculture Convergence (IPC) 2017, a platform for permaculture practitioners around the world to share their experiences, learn from each other and strategize about the future of the permaculture movement.
Reporting from the IPC conference, DTE will attempt to analyse whether permaculture can indeed be the way towards empowering rural communities, a solution for developing sustainable agriculture and an answer to climate change.
Highlights and Headlines: DTE’s Reportage on Permaculture
The Aranya Story: how a barren land turned into a food forest
An urban garden that produces 17 kg of fruits and vegetables everyday
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For more such stories, updates from the event and to access Down to Earth’s complete package on Permaculture, please visit http://www.downtoearth.org.in/news/can-permaculture-make-agriculture-sustainable--59223
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Down to Earth (DTE) is a fortnightly on the politics of development, environment and health, published with the support of Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), a New Delhi based environmental research and advocacy organisation.
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