11.25.11.

One Community Earthbag Building Blog »

“One Community is a low-impact living model demonstrating large-scale sustainability and fulfilled living as the open source blueprints for a sustainable civilization. Our mission is to demonstrate a new way of living that addresses the pressing problems of today and prepares the world for the challenges of the next century through a duplicable model of large-scale sustainability for the complete human experience founded on a simple celebration of what we are capable of: zero waste living and completely sustainable lifestyle practices, inspired collaboration and global contribution, and unconditional love for each other.”

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10.19.11.

Areas of food shortages and famine in East Africa

Areas of food shortages and famine in East Africa

(via climateadaptation)

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10.19.11.

Transparency: How Much Does the United States Subsidize Energy »

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9.28.11.

Slow Food: Shared Meals, Shared Knowledge - NYTimes.com »

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Earth has hit its natural resource ceiling for the yearToday marks ‘Earth Overshoot Day’, says the Global Footprint Network. Humans have officially used more natural resources in a year than the Earth can replenish.

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Earth has hit its natural resource ceiling for the year
Today marks ‘Earth Overshoot Day’, says the Global Footprint Network. Humans have officially used more natural resources in a year than the Earth can replenish.

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9.08.11.

Innovative AQUS Grey Water Toilet System Recycles Your Sink Water | Inhabitat - Green Design Will Save the World »

These would be great to have in the res hall bathrooms, no?

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A primer on extreme recyclingBoulder-based Eco-Cycle encourages zero-waste—keeping stuff out of landfills by reducing, reusing and recycling.

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A primer on extreme recycling
Boulder-based Eco-Cycle encourages zero-waste—keeping stuff out of landfills by reducing, reusing and recycling.

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Whether framing a new addition, building a deck or making a piece of furniture, wood is often the go-to material…but it might not be for long.

mothernaturenetwork:

Whether framing a new addition, building a deck or making a piece of furniture, wood is often the go-to material…but it might not be for long.

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9.08.11.

How biomass energy works »

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9.05.11.

beehive inspired farm... »

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