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First Swales and Pond on the Land

First Swales and Pond on the Land

Ever since we arrived here in 2015, we’ve been thinking about how to improve the water situation on the farm. Sweden has been drying out for the last ten years or so, with 2016 the dryest year in 40 years. This year, so far, it’s quite a bit worse. So the need for good water management […]

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The Farce That Was COP21 Paris Climate Summit

In essence COP21 was not ‘too little too late’, nor ‘a first step in the right direction’. If it is a fundamental change, it is not a fundamental change for the sake of a living planet, but one for the sake of those who already have just about everything, and a means to divide between […]

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Questions About Hot Composting and Humanure

For a good few months now I have been waiting impatiently for the opportunity to try out the hot composting method such as taught by Geoff Lawton​. See for example the following video from J&J Acres which explains the big differences between hot composting and the kind of composting where you put down materials and […]

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Is Renewable Energy™ A Saviour, Or Another Dead...

Is Renewable Energy™ A Saviour, Or Another Dead End?

At the basis of the quest for energy, be it more coal or oil or nuclear, or what is called Renewable Energy™, is that there is one single main goal: maintaining this culture of civilisation and making sure it remains possible to use ever more energy. And the ‘ever more’ is very important, because that’s […]

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The Root Cause of the Financial Crisis

By Arthur Sevestre It’s all the rage to blame the financial crisis on all kinds of things. Politicians are to blame, especially those who have recently been replaced during elections and who left a terrible legacy. Or on corporations which made very bad choices and investments. Or on banks which sqandered money and rigged the […]

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