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Financial Permaculture

This is a group focused around the topic of Financial Permaculture - applying permaculture principles and ethics to design and implement regenerative business and economic systems modeled on the thriveabality of Nature.

Website: http://www.financialpermaculture.com
Members: 54
Latest Activity: Jan 6

Financial Permaculture & green Business Summit

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The Common Good Bank

Started by TERRI LARSEN Mar 27, 2009.

Community Investments and Portfolio Design 1 Reply

Started by Georgette Frazer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, AIF®. Last reply by Lisa Nov 19, 2008.

Punk Rock Permaculture 1 Reply

Started by folkpunker. Last reply by Brandon Nov 17, 2008.

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Comment by Al Anderson on March 25, 2009 at 3:08pm
Howdy from New York City Everyone! I'm glad to join you here and look forward to sharing intention and strategies with you all. I'm dedicated to seeing a better world left behind me than the one we're living in now. I used to be a Real Estate Professional here in NYC, for over 20 years. Due to health (repeated Cardiac episodes brought on by stress) I gave that up 4 years ago. Now I teach Metaphysics and Philosophy.

I'm dedicated to all aspects of Permaculture and especially Macro/Micro Economic Permaculture. I have a weekly program on Blog Talk Radio called the "Ascending Way." It streams live at 2:00pm eastern every Thursday. Tomorrow my topic will be, "Thriving and Surviving in these Challenging Times." I'll be talking about my perception of Economic (and other) Permacultures from a City downward perspective.

Please call in if you can and share your insights; (347)426-3835 or listen online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/Ascending-Way. If you register as a BTR user (free) you can save any long distance charges (if you have a headset on your computer) by loggin in and pressing 'click to talk.' There is also a chat room, which usually has every sort of folks you can imagine in it.

Hope to hear from you. Please introduce yourselves as part of this ning.

Love, Life, and much Delight,

al
Comment by folkpunker on October 27, 2008 at 5:12am
My contribution to permaculture economics can be found at my blog www.punkrockpermaculture.wordpress.com There you can find a post about a practical theory of permaculture economics at the macro scale.... I hope you folk like it.
Comment by Gregory on October 18, 2008 at 4:08pm
great set of blogs...!
Comment by Steve on October 7, 2008 at 8:57am
Hello all. I wish I had something meaningful to contribute, but this is all very new to me. While I have a very strong interest in permaculture and sustainability, and have read a good bit on these subjects, I'm having a difficult time figuring out how to incorporate these principles into my life as it exists today. I'm a CPA by trade, and it is my hope that the Financial Permaculture course in Hohenwald, TN will put me in contact with people who have similar interests, as well as provide me with some ideas of how I can use my business skills to further my interest in permaculture and sustainability. Needless to say, I'm really looking forward this experience.

I'd be very interested in hearing from those with experience in this area.

Thanks,
Steve
 

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Permaculture Synergy

Discussion Forum

The Common Good Bank

Started by TERRI LARSEN Mar 27, 2009.

Community Investments and Portfolio Design 1 Reply

Started by Georgette Frazer, CPA/PFS, CFP®, AIF®. Last reply by Lisa Nov 19, 2008.

Punk Rock Permaculture 1 Reply

Started by folkpunker. Last reply by Brandon Nov 17, 2008.

Rideshare to the Financial Permaculture Course & Green Business Summit? 15 Replies

Started by Jay Ma. Last reply by Lisa Oct 23, 2008.

The Problem is the Solution

Started by Jay Ma Oct 12, 2008.

What is Permaculture?

Permaculture is a holistic design philosophy and the art and science of creating community eco-systems in which plants, animals, human beings, and all forms of ecological diversity interact to produce a prolific, ecologically-sound, and regenerative system that can support itself and life indefinitely. The focus of permaculture is to design and establish societal systems that provide for humanity’s material and non-material needs such as food, water, shelter, energy, and health in a way that is symbiotic and synergistic with the Earth’s natural ecosystems. More recently permaculture is incorporating an ever-growing landscape of diverse fields and skill sets and is being applied towards areas such as business, government, economics, group process, social systems, inner work, and spiritual practice.

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