Geoff Lawton is an internationally renowned permaculture designer, teacher and consultant who has worked in over 35 different countries. He is continually invited to teach and consult on the design science of permaculture for government agencies, UN agencies, aid organisations, major development companies and private individuals.
Geoff’s consultancy work includes a broad range:
Masdar City in the United Arab Emirates
Greening the Desert projects in Jordan
Rehydration strategies in in the deserts of Hydramaut, Yemen
US army corp of engineers work on re-designing ammunition manufacturing to an eco industrial park
Housing projects for the Kurds in Iraq including a whole village with 53 straw bale houses
Geoff has established permaculture demonstration sites that function as education centres in all the worlds major climates, information on the success of these systems is network through www.permacultureglobal.com. Geoff established the Permaculture research Institute and www.permaculturenews.org website to network mainframe information worldwide.
Geoff is also an inspiring educator, producing thousands of active Permaculture designers around the world. He has been responsible for the establishment of a network of global education centres and demonstration sites linked by some of the largest permaculture websites in the world. He has also produced a series of educational DVD’s on Permaculture that continue to grow and inspire and be translated into many languages.
Geoff’s latest endeavour has been the launch of the largest online interactive Permaculture course on the planet which has reinvigorated Permaculture for a whole new audience. This has engaged people from all over the world including experienced Permaculture teachers seeking to build on Geoff’s vast experience.
Geoff says “ Permaculture is design science and evolutionary solution that will take humanity into a positive future and recreate the natural abundance on earth that we know is possible with true wealth, now everyone can be part of the solution”
Share in his vision. Come and see him discuss the future of permaculture design, where it’s going and where it can take you into the future.