We won’t have a society if we destroy the environment.
We also place great emphasis on preserving the rainforests, whilst also promoting the planting and use of trees which, in turn, will protect wildlife that suffers as a result of the destruction of natural habitats.
It was eventually shortened to Permaculture – but the ethos is now expanded to stand for “permanent culture”, developing into a philosophy and holistic way of living sustainably, encompassing all aspects of how we can live harmoniously relating to Planet Earth and its finite resources.
Permaculture utilises many forms of ethical technology and design including: ecological design, ecological engineering, environmental design, construction and integrated water resources management which develops sustainable architecture.
Therefore, by developing cruelty-free, eco-friendly strategies of how we all live, both individually and collectively (at home, working, or in the community), and by co-operating with Mother Nature itself, we can all reap more by using less.
At the heart of orthodox permaculture are 3 ethics: Earth Care, People Share, & Fair Share. Vegan Permaculture advocates all three of these core values but also adds a fourth and vitally important ethic of ANIMAL CARE, defined by the ethos of our Veganism principles.
Sustainable design advances appropriate technology, a staple of sustainable living practices.
Sustainable development is the use of these technologies in infrastructure. (Wikipedia – Sustainable Living)
Tool complexity eventually became more and more complex, finally evolving into the myriad of technologies we rely on today.