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The Resilience Hub & Portland Maine Permaculture Message Board › Some information to think about...

Some information to think about...

Scott D
user 7715836
Buxton, ME
Post #: 4
Hi I found this video on TED.com that I feel people should see. I feel when considering permaculture we must realize the effect our actions have on the world in the long run. This is another reason being vegan or mostly vegan is sustainable. I hope this opens up some positive discussion. I also recommend all the other TED.com videos.

http://www.ted.com/in...­
Dick H.
user 6105531
Portland, ME
Post #: 13
Scott,
Thanks for the post. An important piece!
Dick
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