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    100 Million Nanonations

    the emerging cultural evolution

    A superstition is an easy-to-understand concept that has no basis in reality. Believing a superstition blocks the perception of more useful possibilities. But superstitions are not called superstitions until they are recognized as superstitions. Before then they are regarded as the truth.

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    Erigiendo Dipam

    Consideraciones sobre el lugar y una edificacion central

    Terrain:

    * Water: The first priority is to find a terrain near a freshwater cause ​(a river, stream, ect) or otherwise a freshwater well (in Corrientes freshwater is easily achievable in Chaco presents more difficulty, but it's not insurmountable).

    * Power lines: if there are any laying around, that will facilitate the construction of the eco-village, although Dipam aspires to be independent later on, the possibility of having a nearby power line network allows a faster start and an emergency plan in case of failure of the internal network.

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    Joining an Ecovillage

    "I'm searching for an Ecovillage to settle, what should I do?"
    Each time more people are willing to leave their actual life behind and step into a more fulfilling life situation. We are so happy to see this tendency, but many times it is not easy to find or create a project. Supporting all this seeking people and help to establish more and more Eco villages is one of the main reasons for creating this website. Read here what you can do:

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    What is an Ecovillage?

    An ecovillage is an intentional or traditional community using local participatory processes to holistically integrate ecological, economic, social, and cultural dimensions of sustainability in order to regenerate social and natural environments.

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    What is an Ecovillage?

    An ecovillage is an intentional or traditional community using local participatory processes to holistically integrate ecological, economic, social, and cultural dimensions of sustainability in order to regenerate social and natural environments.

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GEN Africa 2016 Conference

Ghana Permaculture Institute from- Techiman 1-6 Dec. Writen By: Niveen Adel

GEN Africa held its fourth conference in Africa after its initial  conference that was in SEKEM Egypt 2012. The second was held in GBIACK- Thika- Kenya in 2013. The third was a summit held in Dakar-Senegal 2014, which was the first direct encounter of GEN Africa with high governmental figures in its endeavor to scale up ecovillages, the second encounter was in AMCEN with environmental ministers - Egypt in April this year.

GEN AFRICA Met with AMCEN April 2016

GEN AFRICA and GEN International Meeting in SEKEM ecovillage- April 2016

A group of GEN International and GEN Africa met in Egypt from 16 to 20 April 2016, hosted by Dr Ibrahim Abouleish, founder of SEKEM. Parallel to the strategy meeting was the African Ministerial Conference on the Environment (AMCEN). AMCEN is a permanent forum where African ministers of the environment discuss mainly matters of relevance to the environment of the continent. The theme this year was "Agenda 2030 and Paris Agreement: From policy to implementation in Africa".

Ecolise. Nara Petrovic

The time when ecovillages were places faraway in the woods is over

What connects us, brings us joy and is good for all: for ourselves, for our communities and for the Earth?

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A Leap Forward

From nettle production to handcrafting

Rural Women and economic well being is often regarded as an unrelated topic especially in a patriarchal society like Nepal. In this context, when village women gather together to empower themselves through their individual effort, it is worth a story to tell.

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