Field Notes

The challenge of sustainability is to meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Sustainability requires us to find new ways of living and working that are cleaner, more efficient, and less damaging to our environment. Fortunately, there are many innovative ideas for sustainability already being developed and implemented around the world. From renewable energy to sustainable agriculture, there are many ways we can make a positive impact on the planet. In Field Notes, you’ll read about current challenges, and new ideas and maybe highlight a crazy story or two!

Understanding The Direct Correlation Between Education And Poverty Caused By The Drought In The Horn of Africa

The current drought in the Horn of Africa has displaced thousands of people and left many more in need of food and water. While there are numerous factors contributing to the situation, we will focus on two specific issues: how the drought affects school attendance and how lack of education contributes to poverty. By understanding the direct correlation between these factors, we can better assess the needs of those affected by this crisis and develop targeted interventions.

The 12 Principles Of Permaculture: Sustainability In South Africa

Permaculture is a design philosophy that can be used to create sustainable systems in any environment. It has been gaining popularity in South Africa in recent years as people become more aware of the need to live more sustainably. There are 12 basic core principles of permaculture, and if we adhere to these principles we can make big changes in the way we live our lives.