What is a term for the opposite or activities outside of "Permaculture"?

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What is a term for the opposite or activities outside of "Permaculture"?

  1. Non-Permaculture

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  2. Termiculture - (No offense to termites!)

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  3. Tackyculture

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  4. QuickbuckCulture

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  5. Dollarculture

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  6. Mediacycleculture

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  7. Doubleculture

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  8. Shorttermculture

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  9. Waffleculture

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  10. Other (list them in your replys!)

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  1. Lumbuck Thornton

    Lumbuck Thornton Junior Member

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    As the planet comes under more threat from unenvironmentally friendly cultures then what terms should we use to describe them and distinguish ourselves ?
     
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    Grasshopper Senior Member

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    Temporarybarbarism
     
  3. Ludi

    Ludi Junior Member

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    Deathculture aka "monsantoculture"
     
  4. Pakanohida

    Pakanohida Junior Member

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    Cognitive Dissident-Culture
     
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    permasculptor Junior Member

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    Conventional
     
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    eco4560 New Member

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    Compartmentalism.
     
  8. gardenlen

    gardenlen Group for banned users

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    common sense(won't label it an 'ism as it sued to be the norm'), very rare these days just not common at all, all to do with the dumbing down in the indoctrinated education system, and not getting locked up in boxes and comfort zones

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    Directed panconsumerism.
     
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    Spidermonkey Junior Member

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    In my opinion the opposite of permaculture is conventional method. It souldn't be but it is. I think permaculture should be the conventional method, and non permaculture the alternative. We just have to keep spreading the word until it becomes conventional wisdom.
     
  11. Lumbuck Thornton

    Lumbuck Thornton Junior Member

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    One is "Ecological" the other is "Ecoillogical" if "Eco" represents the environment. There seems to be an obsession about the growth of economies and yet little consideration of duration of economies - permaculture makes sense on so many levels !
     
  12. Unmutual

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    I never understood that either...how can anything in a finite world have infinite(and quick) growth and survive?

    Either way, my vote is for Tempculture. I know, it's corny.
     

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