Beginning with a permaculture approach to economics, we explore strategies for building community wealth, including numerous examples from California.
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“I spent a number of years in finance, left in 2009, and since then I started an effort to really share my understanding of the large systems–money, banking, economics, and finance–with the general public with the goal of empowering the people that want to change the society with the understanding to transform it.” – Marco Vangelisti
Interview with Marco Vangelisti on understanding the economy, Slow Money, and impact investing [Systems Change]
Recently we interviewed Marco Vangelisti, who has a background in finance and investment management and was a founding member of Slow Money. He is a 100% impact investor and helps communities increase their capacity for local investing. Marco’s workshop is titled “Essential Knowledge for Transition: Understanding the economy, money and investing and how to transform them for a regenerative world” and will take place February 23-24.
What is Permaculture? David Shaw gave an introductory talk about permaculture during a workshop hosted by Sustainable Solano in August 2017. David is Santa Cruz Permaculture’s Director & Lead Designer. The video and slides from his talk are available below, as well as on our Youtube Channel. To receive updates when we post new videos, […]
This series of eight blog posts by Melissa Ott about the Santa Cruz Permaculture fall-winter 2017 Permaculture Design Course was originally posted on the Green Gal blog in April 2017. Weekend Six: March 4-5, 2017 Social Permaculture During our last weekend of instruction, we spent the morning at the Resource Center for Nonviolence. We learned about […]