UnLtdWorld BRIC Awards 2009
The Up-and-Coming Award
Kelvin Cheung - Foodworks
The Global Impact Award
Dr.J.Christopher Daniel - Goodwill Social Work Centre
The Environmental Award
Bremley W.B. Lyngdoh - Worldview Impact
The Marketer of the Year Award
Simon Muir - Kaleidoscope Yorkshire
The Digital Award
Premasagar Rose - Dharmafly
The Special Recognition Award
Mark Kelly - Social Enterprise TV
People from the UK were joined by nations who had all travelled to attend London’s Climate Camp 2009 and along the way contributing to our UK economy. The majority of visitors wanted simply to be present and share their concerns.
I was taken by people’s genuine kindness, demonstrated in the personal efforts of individuals placing themselves first, each in their own, personal way, contributing, sharing and peacefully demonstrating their concerns for the world to see.
With the whole world watching, these beautiful efforts were quashed by the attendance of riot police, effectively barricading a global display of peaceful protest.
Guerrilla Gardening a Police Station, Lordship Lane East Dulwich 29th March 2009
Karavan eco shop is open on sundays and has an arrangement with the neighbouring store to use the patio areas of the Sunday closed stores to host a range of stallholder tents sharing experience and information. The Sunday space is a buzz with local vistors amd residents enjoying an amazing asortment of food styles deli's catering for all your family needs, encouragingly shops are pram and most restaurants are child seat friendly..
Activities organised by Karavan this Sunday 29th March............
Let’s get Growing!
Want to grow your own food?
No idea where to start?
MAKE 2009 THE YEAR YOU HARVEST YOUR OWN VEG
Come and meet South London Garden Organic, Center for Wildlife Gardening,
Dulwich Park Community Allotment, Southwark re-cycling/composting
and diplayed a range of Organic Seeds and Planters and lots more
So besides the fun time filming and helping out on the stalls chatting to all, I learnt about.
1. A simple idea
2. learn't to make a seed bomb and plant your own food.
3. Suggested some one try and grow yams
4. Recycling materials for gardening
ohh and I watered a policemens helmet, outside a policestation..........
Visit the Secret Greenhouse.....
Whats amazing about this project is the simplicity of scale and resourcefulness and creativity to reuse common and overlooked waste products This project explores the use of reclaimed materials and suggests a use for road tyres.
For information vist - dulwichgoinggreener.org/
Here are just a few tips I've learnt about how to go about Guerrilla Gardening, a basic twelve step guide of things to think about. These are not rules, you make them up, you're a guerrilla, they are just some lessons from war
1. Spot some local orphaned land.
2. Plan a mission.
3. Find a local supply of plants.
4. Choose plants for front line battle.
5. Get some Wellington Shoes.
6. Bag some bags.
7. Regular Watering.
8. Seed bombs.
9. Chemical Warfare.
10. ----------- Ommitted -----------
11. Spread the word
Checkit out in full guerrillagardening.org/ggtips.html
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What is the HOurBank? Introduced by Naomi - 25th April 2009
The HOurBank is a scheme in Southwark where people earn ‘HOurs’ for helping others or doing something for their community. The ‘HOurs’ that they bank can then be used when they need a helping hand from someone else. It is called a Mutual Exchange Scheme.
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Welcome to Community Exchange LondonLocal Exchange Trading Scheme (L.E.T.S.)
This project is the result of many developments over many years, and much collaboration. At last we have found a way to connect up all those in London who do not have a LETS scheme near to them through this "Internet Green LETS" trading in "links". Above are some of the people who have been involved with these developments - there are many others. Inside you can read more history, connect to the links, and above all LOG ON!
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