• Liège en Transition

    Liège en Transition (Belgium) was launched by about 70 people at a meeting in 2011. They subsequently self-organised into thematic working groups that grew into a number of projects including: the Ceinture Aliment-Terre Liegéoise (CATL), a radical plan to create a sustainable food supply in the province of Liège –

  • Balkan Ecology, Bulgaria

    Balkan Ecology is a permaculture-inspired project that is devoted to the design and exploration of ecologically-sounds human habitats. It serves as a demonstration and education site for visitors from all over the world by providing tried and tested models of quality ecological food production that can be replicated easily in

  • Design for Sustainability and Organic Food Systems

    In 2015 it was estimated that there were 244 million migrants globally. The reasons for human migration are many; economics, conflict and the effects of climate change are some of the highest contributing factors and some migrants find themselves in lands quite different to their home. Starting a new life,