Adab Towards the Earth: An Introduction to Permaculture
Organized by Murujan Permaculture Design in collaboration with CASIS
AbdurRahman McCausland provides a glimpse of Permaculture Design over two days of intense and knowledge-packed sessions. Adab is the Arabic word for etiquette. We generally concede that we should display proper etiquette with other people, but do we ever think about the etiquette we should show to the rest of creation?
Dates: January 31st and February 1st 2015 (930 am until 5 pm)
Venue: Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Jalan Semarak, Kuala Lumpur
Course Fee: Regular RM 250 (Early Bird RM 200*)
Student RM 100**
*Payment must be made by January 15, 2015 to qualify for the Early Bird Fee
**Registration for students closes on 27th of January, 2015
|This course will be taught by AbdurRahman McCausland, a registered Permaculture trainer, consultant and practitioner, accredited by the PRI, with 7 years experience practicing Permaculture and 5½ years of project establishment and operation experience in Ethiopia.|
|AbdurRahman is an ecologist by training (BA Hons Merton College, Oxford) and has travelled widely in Asia, Africa and the Middle East.|
This course is especially for those who want to know more about the ecological design methodology known as Permaculture and how it purports to answer the challenges humanity faces in the current age.
Permaculture is an ecological design science. By using Permaculture design on a massive scale,we can solve many of the challenges facing humanity through holistic design that develops infrastructure and technology with bio-diversity and natural systems included. To see a glimpse of what Permaculture Design is please watch this short video: Eyes of Permaculture
Adab Toward the Earth is a short course spanning two days only which offers a comprehensive introduction to what Permaculture Design is. Murujan will also be running a full two-week Permaculture Design Certificate Course from the 7th of February to the 19th of February 2015. To learn more follow this link: