Permaculture is a set of principles that integrates land, resources,
people and the environment through mutually beneficial synergies. It
aims to imitate and recreate natural ecosystems through the use of
closed-loop and no waste techniques. It has gained increasing visibility
in recent years, with the rise of growing environmental threats and
deterioration of ecosystems.
Where intensive agriculture generally
results in high productivity at the expense of biodiversity,
Permaculture indeed offers alternatives as it is a holistic approach
that encompasses a complete spectrum of regenerative concepts, systems
and solutions. In that sense, it is at the core of ethical education.
An Erasmus+ Project
The “Undergraduate University Module in Permaculture: Creating new synergies between higher education and professionals to promote sustainable systems” project – in short, Perma+ Module – is an Erasmus+ project under key action 2 (“Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices”).
The PermaModule Project is financially supported by the European Union within the framework of the European Commission's Erasmus+ Programme. Contents and opinions expressed on this website do not reflect the official opinion of the European Union and are the sole responsibility of Safe Food Advocacy Europe (19PS0005).
- Professor: Censu Caruana
- Professor: Pascale Paulus
- Professor: Alexandru Tudose
- Professor: Lagunovschi-Luchian Viorica