CDP+++ M1.4 Comunidades 

Presented by:Stella Strega-Scoz

Tuesday, April 26 2011| 8:30 PM (GMT Standard Time)

$50 per attendee
120 minutes
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About the Class

¿Que hace que unas comunidades tengan exito y otras no? El 90% de los proyectos comunitarios fracasan, ¿Por qué? ¿Cuales son las claves para su exito? En esta clase miramos que son las EcoAldeas, qué otros tipos de comunidades existen y abordaremos el diseño de comunidades, criterios y patrones para el éxito.

Language of instruction: Spanish

Keywords: comunidades, permacultura integral, cdp+++


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Nodo Espiral (main web was created in 2003 in Spain, in order to collaboratively teach the bases of permaculture in an integral & holistic way, taking into account the emergent & the latest experiences of the global permaculture network, and in general to make permaculture training as accessible as possible for all.

An innovative node of the international Permaculture Academy, Nodo Espiral has been leading in the areas of international chaordic network developent, curriculum evolution & innovation, creating a comprehensive online permaculture text book (in Spanish, now expanding to bilingual), longer action-learning programmes and most recently launching Integral Permaculture following experiments with several new types of online courses in previous years. In 2011 they launched their first fully bilingual course, the PDC+++

They have been learning continuously, from their practice, about what works & what doesn't in terms of producing excellent, pro-active & innovative designers - as opposed to people who just 'use permaculture techniques' & mostly copy old designs - over the last 8 years.