Tag Archive for: biodiversity

Biodiversity – Vegetables Need Friends? (video)

  For Kids of ALL ages!  Why do vegetables need friends? This delightful episode 3 of Muddy Earthlings! was created by former NEU volunteer, Naomi Cook in Australia. She enthusiastically explores the world of Biodiversity, permaculture gardens designed with best plants and vegetables grown – together – to help...

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integrated biodiversity conservation plan

new earth communities are planetary exemplars of harmonious, peaceful, and joyful coexistence between conscious human beings and the natural kingdoms; a global model for stewardship where communities satisfy both human needs and those of indigenous flora and fauna a new earth conservation vision New Earth locations are recognized as...

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integrated biodiversity conservation plan (ibcp) – adverse impacts

With a whole-systems assessment of all undertakings, faculty members of the Ecology & Regeneration discipline at NewEarth University’s School of Socio-Economics & Ecology, endeavor to consider each element within a given environment, and orient construction towards solutions accordant with regeneration, symbiosis and ecological reverence. assessment of potential negative impacts...

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ibcp notes

integrated biodiversity conservation plan (ibcp) NEU’s IBCP is designed to enrich and restore natural environments that foster human and planetary well-being.  It plants the seeds required for a new world to rise, where people of the world connect back to nature. Integrated Biodiversity Conservation Plan (IBCP) provides the foundation...

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