A couple of things that really rang bells for me recently were podcasts on The Permaculture Podcast and a video, links below. The Lean Logic episode, which then led me to the Transition Towns episode with Rob Hopkins...
Ethic 3 can be seen in various forms & combinations such as:Fair share; Sharing of Surplus; Setting limits to consumption; Setting limits to reproduction; Redistributing surplus...
Ethics, Domains, and Principles are each on separate layers so can be printed out and then rotated individually and used as a teaching tool / for exploration by students to match different Principles, to different combinations of Ethics & Domains, and think of applications of these combinations.
So, Permaculture Ethic 2 ‘Care For People’, is for one thing, putting humans smack bang in the middle of the design process. So many towns & cities are designed for vehicles: how to get as many vehicles to their destination as quickly as possible, seems to be the main criteria for so much of what we have planned & implemented at a civic level over the last half a century or more.
Permaculture Course Thailand Date: 6th January 2020 Duration: 2 Weeks. Location: Daruma Ecovillage Topic: Permaculture Certificate: Permaculture Design Certificate The Permaculture Design Certificate Course, widely referred to as the [...]
Care for the Earth. The Earth is our home, with finite resources and a still-growing population. This ethic states something that is very obvious, that we should take care of where we live, but which is so often overlooked or neglected.
Permaculture Course Thailand September 2019 The Permaculture Design Certificate Course, widely referred to as the ‘Permaculture Design Course’ or ‘The PDC’, has been taught to students globally for decades. [...]
I did actually end up using my re-worked graphic design of the permaculture flower for the page for the permaculture course in Thailand for July.
The permaculture flower is an image that represents the seven domains of permaculture action. Sometimes, as in the image here, it also incorporates the three permaculture ethics.
Natural earthen finishes are just more tactile. I want to touch them, press my hand against them and feel the texture, warmth or coolness. There is a natural moisture when I press my hand against rammed earth, or a clay plaster.