Monthly Archives: July 2015
Solar panels aren’t just for roofs anymore — the world’s first road paved with solar panels is working better than expected Woohoo!!
8 Natural Exfoliants that Kick Polluting Microbeads to the Curb For anyone interested in choosing skin products that are less harmful to both you and our environment, check some of these out; might have to try honey sometime! (PS the … Continue reading
30 Friends Built This Solar-Powered Tiny House With A Sunny Interior This is quite a beautiful little house (LOVE the curved solar panels!) but it’s still fairly large for housing ‘only’ four people. They don’t show the bathroom/toilet either, and I’d also … Continue reading
For anyone interested in community-scale permaculture and farming, the UK’s Permaculture magazine is advertising Josh Trought’s new book, “The Community-Scale Permaculture Farm“. Looks like good read!
OMG! I just found this great little website about natural building! How had I not found this before!? naturalhomes.org
Great article in Junkies mag about plastic bags and what ‘degradable’, ‘biodegradable’ and ‘compostable’ actually mean. If you’re interested in upcycling and/or sustainability artisans, and aren’t already reading this mag, do :)
Anyone into Eco Villages and communal living? Here’s an article in the UK’s Permaculture Magazine about Atamai Village in New Zealand.
As my work colleagues know, I collect coffee grounds (and tea bags/leaves, paper towel, fruit scraps, etc) for my compost/worms, but here are a stack more uses that you can do yourself at home; never thought to use them in candles!
Another great article from OffGridQuest.com: this time, U-shape and key-hole raised garden bed designs.
Check out this gorgeous bus reno!! Even has a garage in the back!