This week we have more interviews from the PDC at Sabina School in Uganda. Steve talks to Mercy and Victoria from BEU (Broadfield Enterprises Uganda), a permaculture enterprise established by Mugarura Charles.

The discussions cover the importance of permaculture education at primary level, the need to encourage young people to engage with agriculture, the difficulties inherent in communicating permacuture ideas to governments, and the vital importance of re-connecting with the Earth and with the soil as a foundation for the social, economic, agricultural and educational changes that will need to take place if we are to meet the targets of the Paris Agreement.

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