Resources

“Though the problems of the world are increasingly complex, the solutions remain embarrassingly simple” – Bill Mollison

The following themes contains links to resources which all give examples on solutions for resilient and wholesome living. The themes cover a wide range of interconnected elements, and thereby highlights the permaculture view on integral design. The themes are inspired of the permaculture flower, but have been adjusted to suit the projects goals.

An introduction to the themes:

Some resources are relevant to several of the themes because of the project’s holistic approach. Therefore you´ll sometimes find the same resources under several themes.

The database of resources will be developed further during the project period. If you have resources that you see as valuable to publish here, please share it with us.

Important: In regard to the focus of REALS, we choose not to focus on high-tech solutions. This does not mean that high-tech is not seen as an important complement to selected resources.

How can waste contribute to socio-ecological efficiency and resilient life?

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Aiming towards increased sustainable living and local resilience in cities; how can urban areas be managed and designed?

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Which significance has communities and livelihoods on the countryside? How are rural areas attractive for people?

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How can we contribute to the regeneration of the Baltic Sea and its catchment area by small scale methods and lifestyle?

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What is sustainable life on the individual level? What does a person need to act in a way that benefits society and the environment?

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Can we reconnect and learn from local people and previous generations, in ways which unite the best from the past with the best from the future?

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How can building, energy, infrastructure (incl. transports) and other related appropriate technology strengthen sustainability, regeneration and local resilience?

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