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Geoff Lawton's online PDC course - Climate Design  RSS feed

 
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Chapter 10 - Climate Design - Course Notes
Introduction
Climate Comparisons. House Design: Humid tropics.
House design: Cool to cold Humid climates.
House design: Cool to cold Humid Climate and Dry lands.
Energy use in the different climates.
Garden design in the different climates.
Zone 2 Food Forest comparisons across the climates.
Comparing Zone 2 main crop gardens.
Comparison of Zone 3: Humid tropics. Drylands.
Comparison of Zone 3: Cool to cold humid.
Zone 4: Comparisons in design over climates in farm forestry.
Comparison in design over climates in farm forestry cont.
Class Questions
Climate Design Conclusion
Compost Toilet Plans
 
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Location: Toomsuba, MS, 8a, 54" annual rainfall
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Here is my overview of the week on designing for the climate of a particular site:

 
What a show! What atmosphere! What fun! What a tiny ad!
It's like binging on 7 seasons of your favorite netflix permaculture show
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