Educational

Here are some educational films to share the knowledge from others that may be useful…..

Ecovillage Design Education Documentary Auroville 

Recognised by UNESCO, Ecovillage Design Education was specifically designed to enable people and communities coming together to reclaim responsibility for their living situations – at local and regional levels. The EDE is a comprehensive course in the fundamentals of Sustainability Design. It is organised as a mandala that we call the sustainability wheel, encompassing what we perceive to be the four primary interweaving dimensions of human experience – Worldview, Ecological, Social and Economic aspects.

This 5 week course was held at the forest of Pitchandikulam in Auroville India, and attended by 36 participants from all over the world. This documentary explores what an EDE is and feedback from the participants.

Gaia Education was created by a group of educators called “GEESE”- Global Ecovillage Educators for a Sustainable Earth- who have been meeting over a series of workshops in order to formulate their transdisciplinary approach to education for sustainability.

My Cheesy Goat Farm

My Cheesy Goat Farm explores the life of a goat farmer in Portugal. We learn how Manfred the farmer has established his self sufficient organic farm and how he makes his delicious goats cheese.

All you need to know about 5 different BioGas Digesters at Tamera

T.H Culhane shows the 5 different BioGas digesters at Tamera.

http://www.tamera.org
http://solarcities.eu

Filmed By Serena Aurora April 2015

Magic Mud: Experimenting With Lime Stabilised Soil at Tamera

Jay Abrahams gives a presentation about Bio Logic Design of Wetland Ecosystem Treatment at the community of Tamera in Portugal.
http://biologicdesign.co.uk/page.php?pageid=home
http://www.tamera.org
Filmed By Serena Aurora April 2015
https://auroraseye.wordpress.com

Coffee in Colombia

Serena Aurora investigates how coffee in made in Colombia, from the farming processes to how to make a perfect cup of coffee.
filmed by Serena Aurora
https://auroraseye.wordpress.com

permaculture recycled

on a small islands called Utila off the coast of Honduras lives a guy called shane whom has broken away from all the social restraints and has built his own house. he is now building his own permaculture garden. however he is doing it slightly different from others…..he uses cardboard boxes! this short film talks about shane’s key concepts and tips on permaculture. filmed by serena aurora
finca tres anillos dot com

Grow Your Own Pharmacy – An Introduction To Medicinal Plants

Sara an expert in Medicinal plants explains the propities of several different plants and what their uses are for different ailments. This is information that could save you lots of money in buying medicine and can help you live a healthy diet. Filmed at the eco village of Valdepiélagos, Madrid
June 2015
Filmed By Serena Aurora
https://auroraseye.wordpress.com

An Introduction into traditional thai yoga massage…..

filmed by Serena Aurora December 2015 at Auroville India

INEB brings together Buddhist and non-Buddhist based organizations around the world to share resources and to support each other?s healing work in the world. The network also links activists, spiritual leaders, academics, and young people in areas of common concern. INEB is rooted in the treasure of personal relationship that raises the original spirit of sangha in a contemporary, multi-cultural context. INEB participants work in a decentralized manner, while the Secretariat in Thailand maintains a flow of information, support, and cohesion, with programs and joint activities that build participants capacities.

The deepest resource of the INEB vision is our contemporary understanding of taking refuge in the Three Treasures  Buddha: our enlightened nature;  Dharma: the teachings of reality; and Sangha: the community of practitioners.

  1. To promote understanding and cooperation among Buddhist countries, Buddhist sects, and socially conscious Buddhist groups.
  2. To identify and address the structural and personal suffering facing our communities, societies, and the world.
  3. To articulate the perspective of engaged Buddhism regarding this suffering, and to train Buddhist activists to respond effectively.
  4. To serve as a network of information and resources on engaged Buddhism.
  5. To cooperate and collaborate with activists from other spiritual traditions and social change organizations.

http://www.inebnetwork.org/ineb

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