A Conversation with Stuart Muir Wilson about Permaculture & Ecological Justice

Permaculture is a whole-systems design approach that uses principles and methods derived from ecosystems, nature-connected communities, and other time-tested systems to create ethical human settlements and institutions. Co-founded by Right Livelihood Award laureate Bill Mollison in Australia, people around the world now practice permaculture. Join us for a conversation with Mollison’s grandson, Stuart Muir Wilson, about how permaculture can advance ecological justice, renewable energy and ecological literacy to help mitigate climate change, catalyze systems change, and foster resilient communities. With: Stuart Muir Wilson, Program Coordinator for the Ecological Justice Hub at Jesuit Social Services in Australia. Hosted by: David Shaw, Right Livelihood College at UC Santa Cruz; Melissa Fant, Santa Cruz Permaculture.

World Cafe

October 18th | 2:45 pm to 4:15 pm



Stuart Muir Wilson
Environmental Architect
David Shaw
Santa Cruz Permaculture
Melissa Ott Fant
Green Gal
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