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12/2021 posts

The left vs right battle: 5. how ‘new economy’ thinking can unite left & right

Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org | 27-Dec-2021 | 2

In the run-up to Christmas (or for non-Christians, the winter holiday period, if you prefer) I’ve been trying to spread a little love with a series of articles looking at the growing polarisation of society along the left-right spectrum. I want to persuade as many of you as possible that positioning yourself on this spectrum… Continue reading The left vs right battle: 5. how ‘new economy’ thinking can unite left & right Read more

Hedgelaying and culture wars

Nick Mann of Habitat Aid | 22-Dec-2021 | 0

Nick Mann bemoans the fact that many concerned about conservation are opposing hedgelaying on social media because of a perception that it’s damaging to plants and wildlife. Read more

The left vs right battle: 4. what left & right have in common

Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org | 19-Dec-2021 | 0

In the run-up to Christmas (or for non-Christians, the winter holiday period, if you prefer) I’m going to try to spread a little love with a series of articles looking at the growing polarisation of society along the left-right spectrum. I want to persuade as many of you as possible that positioning yourself on this… Continue reading The left vs right battle: 4. what left & right have in common Read more

How to buy second-hand solar panels

Andy Reynolds of the Ecolodge | 14-Dec-2021 | 0

In early October 2021 I was teaching a series of workshops for The Brighton Permaculture Trust. One of these was a solar battery half-day workshop which I believe went very well, giving people an introduction to further solar courses. The other workshop was about woodland management; there will be more in 2022. Those people who… Continue reading How to buy second-hand solar panels Read more

The left vs right battle: 3. why left vs right is so harmful

Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org | 12-Dec-2021 | 0

In the run-up to Christmas (or for non-Christians, the winter holiday period, if you prefer) I’m going to try to spread a little love with a series of articles looking at the growing polarisation of society along the left-right spectrum. I want to persuade as many of you as possible that positioning yourself on this… Continue reading The left vs right battle: 3. why left vs right is so harmful Read more

Market gardening and working horses: help co-create a new enterprise in Devon

Ben May of Forest Crafts | 08-Dec-2021 | 0

Our network members Ben and Lorraine of Forest Crafts are hoping to find one or two people to help them develop a new business involving market gardening, working horses and working alongside volunteers. It’s a great opportunity for the right person / people. Read more

The left vs right battle: 2. the roots of left and right thinking

Dave Darby of Lowimpact.org | 02-Dec-2021 | 7

In the run-up to Christmas (or for non-Christians, the winter holiday period, if you prefer) I’m going to try to spread a little love with a series of articles looking at the growing polarisation of society along the left-right spectrum. I want to persuade as many of you as possible that positioning yourself on this… Continue reading The left vs right battle: 2. the roots of left and right thinking Read more

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