Work with nature, not against it. Great start but that's not enough to save our future, we need to adopt regenerative practices
It's about making sure people are self-sufficient regarding their basic needs: Shelter, Water, Food, Sanitation, Education
Once the household is fed, if there is more share, barter with your neighbour. If there is still some left, sale it on the markets
Research, design, coordination of volunteer works and implementation for the extension of an existing permaculture site onto a new piece of land to prove the viability of nature-friendly locally produced organic food on an Hong Kong farm and to educate Hong Kong general public about food resilience and working with nature.
It is a design project for the headman of a village in Thailand affected by drought and the consequences of deforestastion with the goal of creating a homeastead to be a model of self-reliance and an educational centre to teach the villagers about regenerative agricultural techniques
The aim is helping poor and marginalised communities in South-east Asia to become self-reliant while being active in protecting and regenerating the environment and to have better access to educational, spiritual, sporting, and artistic facilities within the community