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... water everywhere, I was most worried as I waded through puddles in the farm about infecting a bad cut on my toe, but you have to stay focused so we started pushing trees back up and propping them with ...
Who would believe its only two weeks since Cyclone Thane took out 70% of the trees, roads, power, water, phone, and Internet and trapped most of us wherever we spent the night for 36 hours. They must ...
... took out power; water; internet; phone (fixed & mobile). Many farms lost their crops, and the project we are supporting here - low cost wind turbines for rural poor - lost its workshop and one turbine ...
... for funding. The ideas were diverse vertically integrated bio-fuels revitalising millet production, processing and marketing. tissue culture for rare and medicinal plant propogation a water harvesting ...
... example in the area of inverters or solar hot water heaters, leading to over-priced and/or out-dated equipment being the only choices.  Australia is also prone to proscriptive regulation, i.e. where it ...
6. Back in India
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... 19-20 Chennai 21-22 Auroville 23-29 (though those dates are tentative, and especially the later ones are likely to shift back a day or so). In particular I'm discussing the SunPulse Water the amazing ...
7. How To - No Dig Garden
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... you have before.   The basic structure is: E d g e Mulch Hold moisture and hide seeds while they grow, water thoroughly for the first couple of weeks to start ...
8. How to: Create a Banana Circle
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... a small space Multi-crop system Consume organic waste - especially from bananas. Retain moisture, or soak up excess Easy access for harvesting A tidy way of growing Bananas Grey water sink ...
9. How To Build a Herb Spiral
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... water and harvest. Scale: A herb spiral is usually about a metre from the middle to the edge, and the center is about a meter above the ground. ...
... are to be owned commonly, and how decisions are made about those common assets. For example this might include a common house, laundry, water and electricity supply etc Also think about items that ...
11. Permaculture how-to: Worm farms
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... it up to the top. Make sure the castings the worms are living in (2nd tray down) stays moist, you can just pour some water into the top. 2. Bulk processing ...
12. Permaculture "How to" guides
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...  to water and harvest. By growing Bananas in a circle, you can increase production, and avoid the untidyness often associated with Bananas. Growing potatoes in old ...
13. Some of Mitra Ardron's Past Projects & Clients
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... water control systems, a typesetting simulator (before the days of PageMaker!), a real time O/S in Forth, a distrubted photocopier control network and several others. Skills learned during ...
...  I was particularly impressed by some work to use low-head hydro, which would be particularly appropriate in Bali. Some key requirements that need to be met include: low-cost water storage and filtration; ...
Queensland has set an impressive target on solar hot water, putting together a scheme that provides systems, fully installed to homeowners for $500 ($100 for pensioners) Its to be hoped its done better ...
I posted this in response in a Care2 forum to the common question from the non-scientist as to whether you can really run a car on water. Since I've been asked this question I thought I'd post it here ...
Some of the biggest polluters - the US, China, Russia, Saudi Arabia (and presumably Australia) flexed a lot of muscle to water down the recent IPCC report. In particular to the crucial "summary for policy ...
... what the future might hold ˜ to those willing to pay close attention. The group reviewed the many inconvenient and interconnected truths ˜ such as climate change, the water crisis, threats to ...
... Typically this means low cost devices that take advantage of the large area available on homes. Interesting examples include. Roof tiles combining solar hot water, with solar electricity to reduce overall ...
... we need. The idea is simple - instead of carrying hydrogen, you carry water, plus something that can be used to make the water into hydrogen, then you use renewably-generated energy to turn that something ...
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