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Permaculture and development

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Many of the key concepts of permaculture are highly relevant in an international development context. Permaculture includes an emphasis on:

It differs from conventional development philosophy by its greater emphasis on relative self-sufficiency and environmental sustainability, and in a much greater emphasis on well-being and quality of life as being distinct from economic welfare.

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