How to permaculture our way out of a crisis

How do we unite to permaculture our way out of the crisis? How can we get people up to speed with ecological literacy and resilience thinking? What can we to avoid going back to our old ways post-COVID? These questions and more are discussed here in CERES Winter Webinar #1 featuring Kat Lavers, Dr Keri Chiveralls, and Dr Ben Habib, facilitated by Lorna Pettifer.

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Reading the landscape: Topography, infrastructure networks and governance in North Korea

In this presentation at Monash University, Ben presents a case, drawing on complex systems thinking with a dash of political geography and political ecology, that geography is an under-appreciated variable in patterns of governance, economy and human security in North Korea, that geography as inter-dependent with and complimentary to institutional, economic and cultural perspectives.

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How climate change interacts with other global crises: VCE Global Politics (Unit 4)

In this presentation to VCE Global Politics students on 2 August 2019, hosted by Social Education Victoria, Dr Ben Habib explores how climate change interacts with other global crises listed in Unit 4 of the VCE Global Politics syllabus–armed conflict, terrorism, and economic instability.

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