Instituto de Permacultura e Ecovilas da Mata Atlântica
Instituto de Permacultura e Ecovilas da Mata Atlântica
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Commenced:
01/11/1999
Submitted:
30/03/2011
Last updated:
07/10/2015
Location:
Rua Beira Rio 43, Bairro do Corcovado, Cidade de Ubatuba, São Paulo, BR
Phone:
55 12 38481801
Website:
www.ipemabrasil.org.br
Climate zone:
Wet Tropical





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Andrew Ogden Dominique Chanovre Fernanda Ghingaro Juliano ecositio@hotmail.com Luiza Padoa Marcia Mello Victor Farjalla
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Instituto de Permacultura e Ecovilas da Mata Atlântica

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Rural, Intentional Communities, Demonstration, Educational

Project Summary

O IPEMA é um centro de experiência em assentamento sustentável e vida comunitária dentro da Mata Atlântica. http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/default.htm

Project Description

 

O IPEMA vem atuando desde 1999 na conscientização e a capacitação de pessoas para área da permacultura, ecovilas e atividades correlatas. Os cursos são realizados como forma de estimular a discussão e o debate na busca de soluções criativas, originais e apropriadas aos problemas sociais, econômicos, ambientais e de políticas públicas.

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/institutoweb4.htm

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/ingles/oipema.html 

Este local é um centro de experiências em tecnologias sustentáveis e vida comunitária

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/portugues.html

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/ingles/olocal.html

O IPEMA oferece regularmente diversos cursos, realizados em sua sede no bairro do Corcovado

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/cursos2011.html

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/ingles/ingles_index.html

O IPEMA funciona totalmente com energia renovável , nossa fonte é a energia solar e  uma micro hidroturbina, todas as construções são de materiais reciclados e alguns materiais do próprio local como bambus e pedras. Utiliizamos muito a técnica de parede de terra crua e bambu - Pau a pique.

Recebemos visitantes desde que se comuniquem antes e oferecemos Treinamento em permacultura com a duração de 30 dias

Algumas fotos

http://www.flickr.com/photos/projecto270/3750199370/lightbox/

http://www.ipemabrasil.org.br/ingles/mataatlantica.html

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