Conference sessions

Posters will be displayed both days at the conference.

There were plenary sessions from keynote speakers.

Strong, resilient, cooperative community organisations.

Making real change happen at a regional, national and international level.

Examples of thriving businesses rooted in permaculture.

Successful permaculture farms.

A different model of food production.

Greener, cleaner houses built with passion and love.

Design, principles, projects.

Where permaculture meets the justice system.

How woodlands can feed us.

Improving food and income security, in Africa.

2 hour session.

Improving food and income security, in Asia and Australasia.

Improving food and income security, in Europe.

2 hour session.

Protecting, preserving and using our most precious resource.

Workshops are

These workshops will take place on day one, 8 September.

How can we support children to design the world they want?

How can we adapt the world we want to allow for climate change?

How can we design the communities we want?

How can communities generate the energy they want?

How can we design the farms that we want?

Panel session.

How can universities help create the world we want?

2 hour session.

How do we know that our projects really are creating the world we want?

Do our own livelihoods help build the world we want?

What kind of research can help us design the world we want?

How can we use money to create the world we want?

How do we create the healthy, living soil that we want?

What will education be like in the world that we want?

How can we create the health that we want?

Workshops are

These workshops will take place on day two, 9 September.

These showings will take place on day two, 9 September, 17:30-18:30.