Greening the Desert

As opposed to the US$750 billion dollar prize being salivated over by corporates in the previous post, the following clip demonstrates a noble work I could get truly excited about. Imagine the prospect of turning the world's most inhospitable places into productive gardens. This is the work of Geoff Lawton, Director of Australia's Permaculture Research Institute.

 

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