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We don't mess about either at phasm and Di-Functional Modelling won't let you either. It's too complex and encompassing for anything but the real thing. So we have projects in Kashmir, Cameroon and Southern India. We also like to promote our ideas at home and so designed a science garden project for teaching key stage one and two of the national curriculum. Furthermore we have a great concept for using football to teach habitat and soil management to illiterate farmers. But best of All we've got this far without any funding: no organisation government or otherwise has spent a penny on us... Phasm intends to achieve this through direct professional assistance and by propagating an integrated environmental management system, Di-Functional Modelling (DFM). Through direct contact paralleled with on line management phasm hopes to provide a framework in which projects and advisers can quickly and easily communicate. It is as much a social experiment as it is one in sustainable habitat and..