Permakultur i Danmark

Tanja Døi Karkov & Arendse Marie Gulløv

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt

Abstrakt

Permaculture was introduced in Denmark in the early 1980s as an alternative to conventional agriculture. Eventhough permaculture has existed for now 30 years, the phenomena is however still small in a Danish context. The Danish Permaculture Association, Permakultur Danmark, actively works to disseminate permaculture. This project takes its point of departure in Permakultur Danmark and discusses how the association, with inspiration from the successful growth of the organic movement (økologibevægelsen), can make a strategy to disseminate permaculture in the Danish agricultural system. The project draws on transition theory in the form of the Multilevel Perspective as developed by Frank W. Geels. The Multilevel Perspective is used in the project to analyse the history of the organic movement and later to discuss if permaculture should follow a similar path. The project concludes that Permakultur Danmark should not necessarily strive for the same transition path as the organic movement. Instead, the association could consider to spread out its princibles and techniques through the organic movement as the latter is already an established part of the Danish agricultural system.

UddannelserTekSam - miljøplanlægning, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor
SprogDansk
Udgivelsesdato3 jan. 2016
VejledereHenrik Hauggaard-Nielsen

Emneord

  • Permakultur
  • Bæredygtigt landbrug
  • Permakultur Danmark
  • Økologisk jordbrug