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We can offer courses to organisations and venues of any length from a single day’s workshop to a long weekend, week, or part-time year depending on the amount of depth required. Please contact us if you want us to run a course in your area.

Current courses:

Courses are now done for 2017. So far in 2018 the following are confirmed:

April (dates to be confirmed) a weekend course at Emerson College, Sussex

June 22-25 at the Centre for Alternative Technology, N. Wales. Contact Steph Robinson for more details and to book.

July 30 – August 2, Lammas, W. Wales. Contact Hoppi Wimbush for more details and to book.

Sarah Moody selling produce from Nant-y-Cwm One Planet Development

 

Above: Sarah Moody selling produce from Nant-y-Cwm One Planet Development.

Course content

The chief purpose of a course is to map out a management plan for a ‘one planet’ project and understand the other requirements.

Topics include: land assessment, agroecology, renewable energy, zero carbon building and transport, water supply, sewage treatment, land management, measurement and verification, and planning applications.

Projects may vary in size from a single household to a neighbourhood, to a town or city. Businesses may also work towards ‘one planet’ status.

The goal of the work is to measure and reduce the project’s total ecological footprint. The plan shows how to achieve this in a sustainable fashion.

This exciting course will cover what is involved in shift to a ‘One Planet’ status.

A ‘One Planet’ Living is a way of living without harming the planet – and actually repairing it.

You will turn your vision into reality by making a draft of your own management plan and by the end of the course have a thorough overview of what is involved.

A key course book will be David Thorpe’s The One Planet Life: A Blueprint for Low Impact Development.

Please make an enquiry about running a potential course here.