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whole earth catalog
The first edition of the Whole Earth Catalog appeared In 1968. Conceived by Stewart Brand as a user-curated selection of the best tools and ideas for living beyond the limits of suburban/corporate America, the Catalog was iconoclastic, visionary and widely influential. Published between 1968 and 1972, it won the National Book prize and was cherished reading in nearly every commune and dorm room in America.
Plans, tools and information to help you build renewable energy and conservation projects. solar shed solar space heating. Hundreds of projects — from changing a light bulb to building a solar homes. Design information and tools for building renewable energy projects. An Experimental section for backyard inventors. Nothing For Sale here — just free ideas, plans, and information.
An Earthship is a type of house that is built with natural and recycled materials with energy conservation in mind. Designed by the architect Michael Reynolds and his company Earthship Biotecture, it is built to produce water and electricity for its own use. Mainly made of earth-filled tires it takes advantage of thermal mass, natural heat insulation and ventilation to maintain its temperature. Since it does not require any public utilities such as gas, electricity, water or sewage it can be considered as an off-the-grid housing, meaning that it can live away from public utilities.
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Videos about simple living, self-sufficiency, small (and tiny) homes, backyard gardens (and livestock), alternative transport, DIY, craftsmanship, and philosophies of life.
The Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) catalyzes communities for a regenerative world. GEN is a growing network of regenerative communities and initiatives that bridge cultures, countries, and continents.