What is one planet living? Watch a video of my talk at the Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience!
Architect Mark Waghorn have just finished helping out with a 2nd year architecture students’ project about designing a one planet settlement on the edge of a real town, for the School of Architecture students at Swansea’s branch of the University… Continue Reading →
By Stefan Cartwright. There have been 23 planning applications that have been passed under Wales’ ‘One Planet’ Development Policy since its inception in 2010. As of 22 November 2016 there were ten approved applications, comprising thirteen individual OPDs. In addition there are nine ‘One… Continue Reading →
The Welsh government has confirmed its commitments to achieving its goal that the ecological footprint of the whole of Wales should be reduced to its fair share of the planet’s total ecological footprint within a generation – taken to be by 2050,… Continue Reading →
The One Planet Council has launched a label to identify produce grown on One Planet Developments, as determined by them being granted planning permission as such by a local authority in Wales. Only One Planet Development business owners may use… Continue Reading →
Homes and farmland at The Cannery. The first American housing project that puts an urban farm intentionally in the centre of a community has begun to win awards and serve its first harvest. It is billed as California’s first farm-to-table… Continue Reading →