The world faces an unprecedented crisis in the form of mass extinction of species. Many people all over the world are working towards solving this issue. Denmark is among the countries where the biodiversity is in decline and a great deal of this is due to about 63% of the country is covered by agricultural practices. Both agricultural- and environmental groups have realized that working together to solve this problem is critical. Therefore, through the Collective Impact method, 13 actors, representing many different organizations, have banded together in an effort to achieve some real progress in the area. They work with land consolidation efforts to free up farmland for nature restoration. This is something that Permaculture can assist with, but would the actors be willing to utilize this niche? That is what this thesis is trying to uncover. Through the use of Dryzek’s environmental discourses, we look into if the actors and Permaculture have a similar view of the world.
The conclusion of the thesis is that there certainly is an opening for the introduction of Permaculture design principles and practice, into to work of the actors in ‘The open land as a double resource’.
|Uddannelser||TekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Kandidat|
|Udgivelsesdato||7 jan. 2020|