Charles Hervé-Gruyer, pioneer of permaculture and resilience: “the food garden is probably the most useful act we can do for the planet”

Charles Herve Gruyer pioneer of permaculture and resilience the food garden

Charles Hervé-Gruyer is one of the pioneers of permaculture in France. For decades, at the Bec Hellouin farm, he has been striving to demonstrate the effectiveness of agriculture that respects nature and the seasons. Charles Hervé-Gruyer now offers a series of practical guides dedicated to resilience. Books from the Resiliences collection Ulmer editionswhich deal with … Read more

Roberte Hamayon: “The planet is not infinite, we have to take care of it”

Roberte Hamayon The planet is not infinite we have to

Anthropologist and linguist, Roberte Hamayon (Practice School of Advanced Studies) has done a lot of research in Mongolia and Buriatia. She has notably published the Soul hunting, sketch of a theory of Siberian shamanism (La Völva reissue, 2017) and Shamanism, foundations and practices of a religious form of yesterday and today (Eyrolles, 2015). Interview originally … Read more