Future Cities as a Network of Waterholes connected by Songlines

Becoming Indigenous

The word ‘indigenous’ means ‘originating or occurring naturally in a particular place; a native’. An indigenous person is someone who is connected to their place, someone who understands, and feels a part of, the natural environment around them. The air-conditioned comfort of urban life necessarily inhibits our ability to…

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A collection of stories, reflections and learnings from ecovillages & other alternative lifestyle models around the world. These attempts at re-localisation point to an emerging revolution in the way humans live on the land. More at beautilitydevelopments.com.au

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