BIOOrganic Polyculture Permaculture 


 Permaculture 1 - Introduction to Permaculture

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )


Technical Course Elements
1.0 Documentation, including records and record-keeping
2.0 Communication & Problem Solving      
  • Risk Management         
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management                                                                                                                                    
3. 0 Course Outline - Introduction to Permaculture 
 
3.1  Roles & Responsibilities

        3.1.1 The roles and functions performed by each person

  • The responsibility and duty of each person
  • The accountability and liability of each person
  • Business development
  • Management of change
  • Community management
  • Business management
3.2  Permaculture principles
  • Introduction
  • Relative location
  • Each element performs many functions
  • Each important function is supported by many elements
  • Efficient energy planning
  • Using biological resources
  • Energy cycling
  • Small-scale intensive systems
  • Accelerating succession and evolution
  • Diversity
  • Edge effects
  • Attitudinal principles
3.3  Broad scale site design
  • Introduction
  • Identifying resources
  • Land form (topography)
  • Climate and micro-climate
  • Soils
  • Water
  • Siting important infrastructure
  • Design for catastrophe
3.4   Pattern understanding
  • Introduction
  • Pattern in nature
  • Pattern in design
3.5   Structures
  • Introduction
  • The temperate house
  • The tropical house
  • The dry land house
  • Plant houses
  • Waste resources from the house
  • Technological strategies
3.6   The home garden
  • Introduction
  • Garden layout
  • The instant garden
  • The urban and suburban permaculture garden
  • Cold areas garden design
  • Dry land gardens
3.7   Orchards, farm forestry and grain crops
  • Orchards
  • Structural forests
  • Grain and legume crop systems
  • On-farm fuels
  • Commercial systems
3.8   Animal forage systems and aquaculture
  • Introduction
  • Zone 1 animals
  • Poultry forage systems
  • Pig forage systems
  • Goats
  • Pasture crops and large animal forage
  • Aquaculture and wetlands
3.9   Urban and community strategies
  • Growing food in the city
  • Planned suburban areas (village homes)
  • Community recycling
  • Community land access
  • Community economics
  • Ethical investment
  • The permaculture community
3.10  Ecology
  • Introduction to ecology and permaculture,
  • Ecologies, ecosystems and their application to project design and management
  • Community knowledge of Ecology
  • The ecological hierarchy
  • Applying hierarchy theory


4.0 Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Course Material Review


 5.0 Assessment

 Permaculture 2 - Design for Town and Country

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )

Technical Course Elements
1. 0 Documentation, including records and record-keeping
2. 0 Communication & Problem Solving     
  • Risk Management        
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction


3. 0 Course Outline -  Design for Town and Country

3.1 Introduction
  • The underlying philosophy
  • Permanent agriculture


3.2  Roles & Responsibilities
  • The roles and functions performed by each person
  • The responsibility and duty of each person
  • The accountability and liability of each person
  • Business development
  • Management of change
  • Community management
  • Business management

 

3.3  Design in landscape
  • On design
  • Design criteria
  • Deciding priorities
  • Zone and sector ground planning
  • How to place elements in zones
  • How to place elements in sectors
  • Broad scale landscape analysis
  • Taking advantage of slope
  • How much land
  • The stacking of plants
  • System establishment
  • The interaction of plants and animals
  • Animals
3.4 Soil improvement
  • Broad scale soil improvement
  • No tillage cropping
  • Grain crops
  • Pulses and legumes, hedgerow and oil plants
  • Distribution of yield
  • Sheet mulch for home gardens
  • Living mulch
  • Stone mulch
  • Keeping your annuals perennial

 

3.5 Broad scale techniques
  • Planning and even fodder distribution
  • Rolling permaculture for larger properties
  • On-farm and urban production of fuels from plants
  • Orchards
  • Pruning, necessity or habit
  • Woodlands and hedgerows

 

3.6 Design for difficult climates
  • Arid lands
  • Local strategies
  • Livestock
  • Aboriginal skills
  • Permanent grain plots
  • Poultry forage systems
  • Aboriginal nutrition
  • Useful arid plant perennial
  • Tropics
  • Humid tropics
  • The creation of small climates

 

3.7 Structures
  • The reactive house
  • House modifications
  • The basic sun/wind defences or alliances
  • Some novel houses
  • Earth houses
  • Plant houses
  • Minor designs and techniques
  • Sound walls
  • The sod-roof
  • Fire mandalas
  • Windows
  • Back to the cave
  • Sewage


3.8 Waterworks
  • Aquatic polyculture
  • Waterworks construction
  • Nomenclature of ponds and lakes

 

3.9 Free-range poultry design
  • Establishment
  • Forage storage
  • Regulation of yield
  • Documentation
  • Species with seeds and pods in summer
  • Trees and shrubs yielding nuts or acorns for storage (Autumn and Spring)
  • Berries and fruits yielding flesh or seed (late Summer-mid Winter)
  • Vines for fences and trellis
  • Roots
  • Greens and seeds as herb layer
  • Species for broadcast sowing in straw yards
  • Herbs, weeds and throw over crop
  • Layout
 
4.0 Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Course Material Review

    General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )


 5.0 Assessment

Permaculture 3 - The Power of the Duck

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )


Technical Course Elements
1.Documentation, including records and record-keeping
2. Communication & Problem Solving    
  • Risk Management        
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction
  • Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare)
  • OHS and Risk, (duty of care)

3.0 Course Outline - The Power of the Duck 

3.1  Theory of integrated rice and duck farming
  • Introduction
  • What is integrated rice and duck farming
  • The behaviour of ducks
  • The duck effect and its mechanisms
  • The weeding effect
  • Pest control effect
  • The nutrient supplying effect
  • The full time ploughing and muddying effect
  • The golden snail control effect
  • Stimulation of the rice plants


3.2  The practice of integrated rice and duck farming
  • How many ducks are appropriate
  • Area and method of paddy field enclosure
  • From when and for how long should the ducks be kept in the paddy field
  • Breeding
  • How to raise the ducklings
  • Daily care of the ducklings
  • The actual method of releasing ducks in the paddy field
  • Predator control
  • Rice production

 

3.3  The potential of integrated rice and duck farming
  • Integrated rice and duck farming can be done without an electric fence
  • Rural Asia
  • Asian developing countries are advanced in sustainable agriculture
  • Comparison of duck behaviour
  • Traditional Asian paddy fields duck grazing
  • A unique creative development
  • Integrated rice and duck farming 
  • Integrated rice and duck farming in Vietnam
  • The significance of the small subsistence farmers of Asia
  • Duck farming goes to Asia
  • The new technology of rice, duck and azolla farming
  • New technology integrated rice, duck, fish and azolla farming
  • A new technique, bird tillage
  • A new techniques, deep flooding and quick drainage and medium sized ducks
  • Some new thoughts on integrated farming
  • Integrated rice and duck farming in 1998


4.0 Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Course Material Review

    General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )


5.0 Assessment

 Permaculture 4 - Ferment and Human Nutrition 

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )

Technical Course Elements
1. 0 Documentation, including records and record-keeping
2. 0 Communication & Problem Solving     
  • Risk Management        
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction


3.0 Course Outline - Ferment and Human Nutrition

3.1  Storing, preserving and cooking foods
  • Introduction
  • Storage methods
  • Drying
  • Smoking
  • Salting
  • Syrups and sugars
  • Vinegars
  • Chemicals


3.2  The fungi, yeast, mushrooms and lichens
  • Introduction
  • The capture, domestication, and storage of yeasts
  • Moulds and mixed innoculants
  • Fungus on plants
  • Mushroom lichens


3.3  The grains
  • Introduction
  • Rice
  • Maize
  • Wheat
  • Sorghum
  • Barley
  • Rye
  • Oats
  • The minor grains


3.4  The legumes
  • Introduction
  • Soybeans
  • Some notes on legumes
  • Tempeh
  • Tree legume recipes and ferments
  • The sprouting of grains and grain legumes

 

3.5 Roots, bulbs and rhizomes
  • Roots storage
  • Minor root crops
  • A variety of pickled root crops and vegetables

 

3.6  Fruits, flowers, nuts, oils,olives
  • Vegetable fruits
  • Tomatoes
  • Stone fruit
  • Citrus
  • Miscellaneous fruits
  • Starchy fruits
  • Flowers
  • Nuts
  • Minor nuts
  • Oil seeds and olives

 

3.7 Leaf, stem, aguamiels
  • Leaf ferments
  • Onions and garlic
  • Stems and sugars
  • Herbs

 

3.8 Marine and freshwater products (fish, molluscs,algae)
  • Introduction
  • Fermented fish
  • Parched-boiled fish
  • Soused and vinegared fish
  • Salting and drying fish
  • Prawns and shrimps
  • Gastropod shellfish – limpets and abalone
  • Salted seabirds
  • Non-edible uses of fish
  • Algae and seaweed
  • Seaweed extracts

 

3.9 Meats, birds and insects
  • Meats
  • Birds
  • Small invertebrates
  • Reptiles and amphibians
  • Invertebrates
  • Eggs


3.10  Dairy products
  • Introduction
  • Rennet
  • Miscellaneous milk products
  • Fermented and clotted milks
  • Cheeses
  • Butter, margarine and mayonnaise

 

3.11  Beers, wines and beverages
  • Grain beverages
  • Fruit beverages
  • Yeasts and alcohol from flowers
  • Distilled liquors
  • Drinks fermented by moth enzymes
  • Other fermented drinks

 

3.12  Condiments, spices and sauces
  • Sauces
  • Japanese sauces
  • Soup stocks
  • Essences
  • Spices

 

3.13 Agricultural composts, silages, liquid manures
  • Compost
  • Silage
  • Liquid manures
  • Use of seaweeds
  • Seed recovery
  • Fibre retting
  • Dyes – wood
  • Ferment for gourds and loofahs
  • Bug juice (whole bug ferment)
  • Inoculation plants
  • Inoculating animals
  • Ores

 

3.14  Nutrition and environmental health
  • Nutrition and life-enhancing activities
  • Sources of essential food groups
  • Water and transmissible disease
  • Hygiene in food preparation
  • Common food toxins,
  • Cooking and storage losses of vitamins and nutrition
  • The amino acids
  • Vitamin deficiencies
  • Enzymes
  • Protein value and complimentary foods
  • Zinc in deserts or arid lands
  • Dust borne diseases and aerosols
  • Geophagy
  • Trace elements


3.15 Ecology
  • Introduction to basic ecology
  • The definition of ecology
  • Basic ecology definitions
  • Scope of ecology
  • Gaia theory
  • Species and habitat
  • Habitat selection
  • Summary

 

4.0 Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Course Material Review



5.0 Assessment

Permaculture 5 - Permaculture Design and Management  

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )

Technical Course Elements
1. 0 Documentation, including records and record-keeping
2. 0 Communication & Problem Solving     
  • Risk Management        
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social interaction
  • Communication & Problem Solving                                                                                                                                                
  • Coordination of Work Objectives


3. 0 Course Outline - Permaculture Design and Management 

 3.1 Risk Management
  • Risk management
  • Business development
  • Management of change
  • Community management
  • Commercialisation
  • Human resources
  • Systems development
  • Operational design
  • Marketing
  • Business management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • The philosophy behind permaculture
  • Ethics
  • Permaculture in landscape and society


3.2  Concepts, Methods and themes in design
  • Introduction
  • Science and the thousand names of God
  • Applying laws and principles to design
  • Resources
  • Yields
  • Cycles
  • Pyramids – food webs, growth and vegetarianism
  • Complexity and connections
  • Order or chaos
  • Permitted and forced functions
  • Diversity
  • Stability
  • Time and yield
  • Principle summary
  • Analysis: Design by listing characters of components
  • Observation: Design by expanding on direct observations of a site

 

3.3 Pattern understanding
  • Introduction
  • A general pattern model of events
  • Matrices and the strategies of compacting and complexing components
  • The harmonics and geometrics of boundaries
  • Compatible and incompatible borders and components
  • The timing and shaping of events
  • Spirals
  • Flow over landscape and objects
  • Open flow and flow patterns
  • Toroidal phenomena
  • Dimensions and potentials
  • Closed (spherical) models; accretion and expulsion
  • Branching  its effects and conduits
  • Orders of magnitude in branches
  • Orders and dimensions
  • Classification of events
  • Time and relativity in the model
  • The world we live in as a tessellation of events
  • Introduction to pattern applications
  • The tribal use of patterning
  • The mnemonics of meaning
  • Patterns of society
  • The arts in the service of life
  • Additional pattern applications

 

3.4  Climatic factors
  • Introduction
  • The classification of broad climatic zones
  • Patterning in global weather systems, the engines of the atmosphere
  • Precipitation
  • Radiation
  • Wind
  • Landscape effects
  • Latitude effects

 

3.5  Trees and their energy transactions
  • Introduction
  • The biomass of the tree
  • Wind effects
  • Temperature effects
  • Trees and precipitation
  • How a tree interacts with rain

 

3.6  Water
  • Introduction
  • Regional intervention in the water cycle
  • Earthworks for water conservation and storage
  • Reduction of water used in sewage systems
  • The purification of polluted waters
  • Natural swimming pools
  • Designer’s checklist

 

3.7  Soils
  • Introduction
  • Soils and health
  • Tribal and traditional soil classifications,
  • The structure of soils,
  • Soil and water elements
  • Primary nutrients for plants
  • The distribution of elements in the soil profile
  • pH and soils
  • Soil composition
  • Soil pores and crumb structure
  • Gaseous content and processes in soils
  • The soil biota
  • Difficult soils
  • Plant analysis for mineral deficiencies; some remedies
  • Biological indicators of soil and soil conditions
  • Seed pelleting
  • Soil erosion
  • Soil rehabilitation
  • Soils in house foundations
  • Life in earth
  • The respiration of earth
  • Designer’s checklist

 

3.8 Earth working and earth resources
  • Introduction
  • Planning earthworks
  • Planting after earthworks
  • Slope measure
  • Levels and levelling
  • Types of earthworks
  • Earth constructs
  • Moving the earth
  • Earth resources

 

3.9  The humid tropics
  • Introduction
  • Climatic types
  • Tropical soils
  • Earth shaping in the tropics
  • House design
  • The tropical home garden
  • Integrated land management
  • Elements of a village complex in the humid tropics
  • Evolving a polyculture
  • Themes on a coconut or palm dominant polyculture
  • Pioneering
  • Animal tractor systems
  • Grassland and range management
  • Humid coast stabilisation and shelter belts
  • Low island and coral cay strategies
  • Designer’s checklist


3.10 Dry land strategies
  • Introduction
  • Precipitation
  • Temperature
  • Soils
  • Landscape features
  • Harvesting of water in arid lands
  • The desert house
  • The desert garden
  • Garden irrigation systems
  • Desert settlement broad strategies
  • Plant themes for dry lands
  • Desertification and the salting of soils
  • Cold and montane deserts
  • Designer’s checklist

 

3.11  Humid cool to cold climates
  • Introduction
  • Characteristics of a humid to cool climate
  • Soils
  • Land form and water conservation
  • Settlement and house design
  • The home garden
  • Berry fruits
  • Glass house growing
  • Orchards
  • Farm forestry
  • Free-range forages systems
  • The lawn
  • Grasslands
  • Range lands
  • Cold climates
  • Wildfire
  • Designer’s checklist

 

3.12 Aquaculture
  • Introduction
  • The case for aquaculture
  • Some factors affecting total useful yields
  • Fish pond configurations and food supply
  • Farming invertebrates for fish food
  • Channel, Canal and Chinampa systems
  • Yields outside the pond
  • Bringing in the harvest
  • Traditional and new water polycultures


  3.13 The strategies of an alternative global nation
  • Introduction
  • Ethical basis of an alternative nation
  • A new United Nations – returning to traditional, cultural ethics
  • Alternatives to separative political systems
  • Bio-regional organisation
  • Extended families
  • Trusts and legal strategies
  • Developmental and property trusts
  • Village development
  • Effective working groups and right livelihood
  • Money and finance
  • Land access
  • An ethical investment movement
  • Effective aid
  • Futures

 

3.14  Commercial agriculture
  • Intergenerational prosperity
  • Local markets
  • Regional markets
  • National markets
  • International markets
  • Product selection
  • Product placement
  • Product management
  • The business of business
  • The effectiveness of shared success


4.0 Reviews
  • Risk Management
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Performance & Behaviour Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Course Material Review


 5.0 Assessment

 

 Shared Success  in Eco-Societal Ecology

General. Housekeeping (personal hygiene, timekeeping, classroom & social-interaction), Course Outline (explanation and plan and prepare), OHS and Risk, (duty of care )


Technical Course Elements
1.0 Introduction
2.0 Communication & Problem Solving      
  • Risk Management         
  • Hazard ID and Management
  • Equipment Operational Checks
  • Performance & Behaviour Management                                                                                                                                      
3. 0 Course Outline - Eco-SocietalEcology 
3.1  Documentation, including records and record keeping
3.2   Content
  1. Introduction to sociology and society Societal Development
  2. The Hunter-gatherer way of life
  3. Hunter
  4. Pastoralist
  5. Horticulturalist
  6. Agrarian
  7. Agriculture
  8. Subsistence agriculture
  9. Development of horticulture and agriculture
  10. Agriculture today
  11. Industrial society
  12. Post-industrial
  13. The implications of societal development
  14. Classical views on social change
  15. Weber and rationalisation
  16. Marx and Alienation
  17. Durkheim on solidarity
  18. Questions on Sociology
  19. The Masai
  20. Introduction to ecology and permaculture
  21. Introduction to ecology and permaculture
  22. Ecologies, ecosystems and their application to project design and management
  23. Where did your community’s knowledge of Ecology come from
  24. The ecological hierarchy
  25. Applying hierarchy theory
  26. Models
  27. Model of an ecological situation
  28. Ecological model
  29. Basic input-output systems
  30. Energy
  31. Energy Language Symbols
  32. Design intent
  33. General characteristics
  34. Pictographic icons
  35. Energy Language Symbols Odum compared with those since developed
  36. Ecosystems components
  37. Producers
  38. Consumers
  39. Look at food-web
  40. Understanding change: Duncan’s POET Model
  41. Population
  42. Organisation
  43. Environment
  44. Technology
  45. Introduction to basic ecology
  46. The definition of ecology
  47. Basic ecology definitions
  48. Scope of ecology
  49. Gaia theory
  50. Species and habitat
  51. Habitat selection
  52. Summary
  53. Ecology/environmental response
  54. The physical environment
  55. Organism physiology
  56. Organism behaviour
  57. Community relations
  58. Summary
  59. Biological communities
  60. Communities and biomes
  61.  Bioremediation
  62. Terrestrialbiomes
  63. Taigas
  64. Aquatic communities
  65. Freshwater ecosystems
  66. Marine/saltwater ecosystems
  67. Limnology
  68. Succession
  69. Community succession and stability
  70. Community stability,
  71. Stability diversity hypothesis
  72. Disturbance
  73. Charles Elton
  74. Problems determining stability
  75. Ecology of invasive species
  76. Invasive theories
  77. Biotic resistance hypothesis
  78. Invasive meltdown theory
  79. Effects of invasion
  80. Summary
  81. Species diversity introduction
  82. Abiotic species diversity hypotheses
  83. Time/stability hypothesis
  84. Area hypothesis
  85. Productivity hypothesis
  86. Metabolic hypothesis
  87. Biotic species diversity hypotheses
  88. Heterogeneity hypothesis
  89. Competition hypothesis
  90. Predation hypothesis
  91. Rapoport's rule
  92. Diversity index
  93. Island bio-geography
  94. Theory of island bio-geography
  95. Endemism
  96. Habitat fragmentation
  97. Meta population theory
  98. Species and populations
  99. Species concept
  100. Population biology
  101. Limited diversity with separation
  102. Population growth
  103. Reproductive rates
  104. Resource competition
  105. Population growth
  106. Competition types
  107. Modelling inter-specific competition
  108. Kin competition
  109. Competition in focus
  110. Predation
  111. Carnivory
  112. Modelling herbivory
  113. Parasitism and mutualism
  114. Prey defences
  115. Predation
  116. Batesian mimicry
  117. Müllerian mimicry
  118. Plant defences
  119. Predator-prey models
  120. Parasitism
  121. Types of parasitism
  122. Brood parasitism
  123. Parasitoidism
  124. The host
  125. Host defences
  126. Parasite community effects
  127. Phoresis
  128. Parasitic castration
  129. Ecosystems
  130. Ecosystem concept
  131. Basic structural components
  132. Characteristics of ecosystems
  133. Basic functional components,
  134. Abiotic factors
  135. Food-webs
  136. Biological magnification
  137. Guild
  138. Keystone species
  139. Hypotheses of foo- web control
  140. Energy in ecosystems
  141. Energy
  142. Organisms' role in the flow of energy
  143. Measuring energy flow
  144. Primary and secondary production
  145. Limiting nutrients
  146. The laws of thermodynamics as they relate to ecology
  147. Zeroth law of thermodynamics
  148. First law of thermodynamics
  149. Second law of thermodynamics
  150. Third law of thermodynamics
  151. Ecological pyramids
  152. Pyramid of biomass
  153. Pyramid of energy
  154. Earth cycles
  155. Bio-geochemical cycles
  156. Nutrient cycle levels
  157. Earth systems
  158. Hydrologic cycle (water cycle)
  159. Carbon cycle
  160. Carbon cycling experiments
  161. Nitrogen cycle
  162. Global carbon cycle
  163. Phosphorus, iron, and trace mineral cycles
  164. Perfect cycles
  165. Soil
  166. Soil layering
  167. Particle size
  168. Alkaline soils
  169. Agricultural problems
  170. Chemistry
  171. Alkaline soil improvement
  172. Leaching saline sodic soils
  173. Natural salinity occurrence
  174. Dry land salinity
  175. Salinity due to irrigation
  176. Consequences of salinity
  177. Sweetening soil
  178. Enriching soil naturally
  179. Practical ecology
  180. Practical vegetation sampling UK system
  181. Ecologists study
  182. Gaia Theory
  183. Community stability
  184. Ecosystems
  185. Permaculture
  186. Permaculture Design                                                                                                                            
  187. Integrated design and the Tilligerry Permaculture Research and Education Farm philosophy
  188. Stage 1: Thought
  189. Stage 2: Action
  190. Stage 3: Outcome
  191. The Permaculture Web
  192. Developing a project
  193. Shared Success in Ecology: Project One
  194. The 12 Principles of Permaculture
  195. Creating a Project Plan
  196. Step 1: Explain the project plan to key stakeholders and discuss the key components
  197. Step 2: Define roles and responsibilities
  198. Step 3: Develop a scope statement
  199. Step 4: Develop the project baselines
  200. Step 5: Create baseline management plans
  201. Step 6:Communication
  202. Introduction to the Scientific Method
  203. Putting the method in to action
  204. Key elements of the scientific method
  205. Conclusion
  206. First project
  207. Project title
  208. Abstract
  209. The practitioner's approach
  210. Introduction diversity, preservation, reciprocity, resilience, adaptability shared success focus
  211. Attitudes of individual human diversity
  212. Frustration
  213. Function
  214. Future
  215. Principles of custodianship, cooperation and sustainability
  216. Custodianship
  217. Cooperation
  218. Cooperation among humans
  219. Kin selection
  220. Sustainability
  221. Resilience - Flexibility, Foresight, Forte
  222. Human impact
  223. Agriculture
  224. Deforestation
  225. Climate change and climate resilience
  226. Over fishing
  227. Dumping of waste into the sea
  228. Poisoning marine life
  229. Eutrophication and algal blooms
  230. Resilience and sustainable development
  231. Academic perspectives
  232. The flaw of the free market
  233. Moving beyond sustainable development
  234. Resilience in environmental policy
  235. Resilience and environmental management in legislation
  236. Flexibility ‘the resilience effect’
  237. Foresight
  238. Understanding policy actors
  239. Forte
  240. Connectance
  241. Degree distribution
  242. Clustering
  243. Compartmentalisation
  244. Nestedness
  245. Networks and Worknets 
  246. Stability of ecological networks
  247. Adaptability - astuteness, allowance, action
  248. Astuteness
  249. Embodiment
  250. Pathways to embodiment
  251. Agency and accountability
  252. Allowance                                                                                               
  253. Eco-Societal-Economy, Society, Environment
  254. Earth’s Biosphere
  255. Ethics
  256. Competing thought
  257. Differentiation from mainstream thought
  258. Topics addressed
  259. Methodology
  260. Allocation of resources
  261. Weak versus strong sustainability
  262. Energy economics
  263. Energy accounting and balance
  264. Environmental services
  265. Externalities or cost shifting
  266. Ecological-economic modelling
  267. Criticism
  268. Action
  269. Shared Success
  270. Societal Integrity
  271. The practice of integrity
  272. The impact of a personal example
  273. Living with integrity
  274. Ecological solutions
  275. The mechanistic Vs holistic paradigm
  276. Ecological solutions design guidelines
  277. The Shared Success Model
  278. First Thesis: Beneficial interactions in society and ecology
  279. Thesis: Discuss: Odum, (1997), suggests that ecology is the bridge between science and society, but, is ecology in fact the science of society? (minimum of 3,000 words,maximum of 5,000 words)
  280. Writing a philosophy paper
  281. The challenges of philosophical writing
  282. Structuring a philosophy paper
  283. Begin by formulating your precise thesis
  284. Define technical or ambiguous terms used in your thesis or your argument
  285. Don’t try to write a philosophy paper from scratch, from beginning to end
  286. How to get it done
  287. Evidence
  288. Example of a reduction
  289. A good use of examples
  290. Sources
  291. Conventions
  292. United Nations Transforming our world: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  293. United Nations Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development
  294. People - Planet - Prosperity - Peace -Partnership
  295. People
  296. Planet
  297. Prosperity
  298. Peace
  299. Partnership
  300. United Nations and heads of state and government and high representatives’ declaration   
  301. UN vision
  302. UN shared principles and commitments
  303. Our world today
  304. The new UN agenda
  305. Means of Implementation
  306. National level Sustainable Development Goals and targets
  307. Regional level Sustainable Development Goals and targets
  308. Global level Sustainable Development Goals and targets
  309. Sustainable Development Goals and targets revisited
  310. Sustainable Development Goals revisited and reviewed

 3.3 UN Goals Review
  • Goal 1. End poverty in all its forms everywhere
  • Goal 2. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agriculture
  • Goal 3. Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages
  • Goal 4. Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote life long learning, opportunities for all
  • Goal 5. Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls
  • Goal 6. Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all
  • Goal 7. Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
  • Goal 8.Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent                       work for all
  • Goal 9. Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialisation and foster innovation
  • Goal 10. Reduce inequality within and among countries
  • Goal 11. Make cities and human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable
  • Goal 12. Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns
  • Goal 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts
  • Goal 14. Conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable
  • Goal 16. Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development, provide access to justice for all and                            build effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels
  • Goal 17. Strengthen the means of implementation and revitalise the global partnership for sustainable development                         finance                                                                                                                                                                                                    
  • Capacity-building
  • Trade
  • Systemic issues
  • Policy and institutional coherence
  • Multi-stakeholder partnerships

3.3.1 United Nations  2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, People - Planet - Prosperity - Peace –Partnership
  • People
  • Planet
  • Prosperity
  • Peace
  • Partnership
  • United Nations and heads of state and government and high representatives’ declaration                                                 
  • UN vision
  • UN shared principles and commitments
  • Our world today
  • The new agenda
  • Means of Implementation
  • Review
  • Assessment


4.0 Risk Management
5.0 Hazard ID and Management
6.0 Performance & Behaviour Management
7.0 Equipment Operational Checks
8.0 Revision
9.0 Assessment