Turning Problems into SolutionsTwo Permaculture Weekends Courses in Belfast.4-5 September 2010 & 18-19 September 2010Philip took our Transition Belfast gardening classes back in April, and I am sure those that attended would agree that he is very practical and creative in his application. He has also included a sweat option equity where you can pay for the course with three days work.…See More
The Amnesty International Annual Lecture returns with one of the world's sharpest commentators on international affairs and the struggle for human rights and dignity.Professor Noam Chomsky surveys the threats and prospects of our early 21st century (the growing gap between North and South; American exceptionalism - even under Obama; the wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and their aftermaths; the financial bailouts; the raids by unmanned US drones on Pakistani citizens; the Israeli assault on Gaza; the…See More
New Zealand Eco Documentary & Discussion@ Queens UniversityTuesday 3rd November 2009 at 7.30 pmLecture Theatre G07, Peter Frogatt CentreAre you interested in key issues regarding sustainability, climate change, the future and how you can make a positive difference? Then come along on 3rd Nov. when we will be having two events for the price of one!Earth Whisperers - FilmThere will be a showing of the much acclaimed feature film Earth Whisperers by NZ director Kathleen Gallagher. Earth…See More
What are the main areas of Sustainability you are interested in
Art, Horticulture, Economic, Culture, Health, Life
Please feel free to provide a short bio about yourself (no more than 3 paragraphs)
Work experiences have involved theatre, advertising, television & film production, more recently, arts administration, curating and selling. Currently working in horticulture as a gardener and part time arts administration.
Have 3 children and living in Northern Ireland last 10 years. Originally from the south in Africa (Zimbabwe).
What is your current job (and organization) and/or where and what field are you studying?
Art & Horticulture
What is one of your favorite websites in the field?