Learning to live sustainably
A blog about learning to live sustainably. Read more.
Stories from the blog
- Building biodiversity and resilience at Knepp Estate’s Walled GardenBack in June I had the pleasure of visiting Knepp Estate, made famous in Isabella Tree’s book ‘Wilding’. I’m a huge fan of Wilding and the Estate’s pioneering conservation initiatives, so I was curious to see the project close-up. I joined a tour of the brand new re-wilded walled garden, and heard the transformation story… Continue reading Building biodiversity and resilience at Knepp Estate’s Walled Garden
- Permaculture for digital or tech teamsI’d like to share some thoughts about applying Permaculture in a digital or technology context, because I find it a super relevant and useful as a framework for making your team, product or organisation more sustainable.
- Produce less wasteEliminating or reducing your waste (rubbish/garbage) is cheaper, helps conserve resources and helps reduce greenhouse gas emissions. It’s not a new concept*. Even if you’re eliminating waste just a little bit, if enough of us do it, we’re actually starting to make a huge difference.