Infografias y mapas. Eco Garden Permaculture. Documents, pdfs, livres. Crimethinc. Ecocentrismo. El ecocentrismo es una corriente filosófica que surgió a finales del siglo XX , prácticamente con el concepto de desarrollo sostenible .
Esta filosofía se basa en que las acciones y los pensamientos del individuo deben centrarse en el medio ambiente por sobre todas las cosas, tanto en su cuidado y la conservación. El ecocentrismo expone un amor hacia la naturaleza como ser abstracto total; se relaciona con la hipótesis Gaia . Al contrario que el antropocentrismo , que el sensocentrismo y que el biocentrismo , el ecocentrismo se preocupa por preservar ecosistemas y especies, no por conservar la vida de individuos concretos.
Uno de los representantes del ecocentrismo es Pentti Linkola . 52 Uses for Coconut Oil - The Simple, The Strange, and The Downright Odd! - Delicious Obsessions. Free Plans. Several free plans by Owen Geiger are now available: Preview the Economizer House Plan here.Economizer House Plan PDF.
Permaculture. Growing Spirulina at Home. Process June 16, 2011, by Dr.
Aaron BaumAlgaeIndustryMagazine.com he popular image of algae farming is bubbling green columns and white-coated scientists, and seems out of reach for ordinary people. Eco Homes from the Earth: 7 Ways to DIY. Wouldn’t it be nice to own your own green dream home, made with recycled and natural materials and packed with custom features?
Whether you’re an experienced builder or have never picked up a power tool in your life, you can build a natural eco-friendly home with user-friendly, low-cost materials like cob, cordwood, straw and the dirt and wood from your own land. These 7 natural building techniques produce beautiful homes with a small ecological footprint and tons of personality. Eco Homes from the Earth: 7 Ways to DIY. Rainwater Collection Diagram. DIY Air Conditioners – How to Make Your Own Cool Air. September 7, 2010 5:00 PM.
American Passive House Network Founded To "Promote Passive House Across The Country in an Inclusive Manner" © Dennis Wedlick Architect/ Peter Aaron In about the year 30, a non-jew came to Rabbi Hillel and asked him to teach him all about the Torah, really all about the religion, while standing on one foot.
Urban Depavers Return Parking Lots to Paradise. Depave/Video screen capture Urban areas are great for increasing density and reducing collective resource use, but they're not quite perfect.
The asphalt that covers so much of cities retains heat and is impermeable; it leads to stormwater pollution and is bad for air quality. Not to mention that every block of pavement is a block where plants can't grow. What is Slow Design, And Where Did It Come From? Slowdesign.org/Screen capture.
Futuristic 'Low Carbon' City is Rooted in Centuries-Old Sustainable Design. Rendering of Masdar by Nrman Foster/CC BY 2.0 Masdar snags the most headlines for striving to be a pioneering low-carbon city and cleantech hub.
Clever, Cool Rainforest Office Is a Natural Wind Tunnel. © Betillon/Dorval-Bory When you're building an office in the Costa Rican rainforest, cooling is going to be a big concern.When that office is for a group dedicated to the environment, so is the energy used to keep temperatures down.
This design offers an innovative solution: it uses physics and the heat from the sun to make the building into a natural wind tunnel, so there's always a refreshing breeze. Low Tech Magazine on How To Heat And Cool Cities Without Fossil Fuels. © Diego Marmolejo for Low-Tech Magazine One of the fundamental problems about covering sustainable design is that really, the single family house doesn't matter in the larger scheme of things.
We spend so much time covering passive houses, for example, when they and all of the other green houses shown on every design website don't add up to a rounding error when it comes to where people live in most of the world, which is in cities. Neglected New York City Phone Booths Converted into Communal Libraries. © John Locke The days of the phone booth may be numbered in New York City: with the flood of smartphones, vandalism and lack of maintenance, it may be time to re-think how else they might be used. Local architect John Locke's proposition is to convert them into communal libraries or book drops, complete with brightly coloured shelving, much like your bricks-and-mortar institutions. Like similar projects in Los Angeles and Britain, this NYC version was created as part of Locke's "Department of Urban Betterment" (DUB) project.
Sustainable Development, Smart Growth and Agenda 21 Now Illegal in Tennessee. Does it Make Sense To Use Photovoltaics To Heat Water? How Biophilia Can Improve Our Lives - Part II. © Neil Chambers Biophilia needs to be applied to urban design more often in more places. Doing so would make people healthier and happier. In the past, incorporating inspirations from nature into buildings was both necessary and beneficial - think of the high windows and ceilings of pre-war apartments that allowed abundant daylight, surrounded by moldings of flowers and animals, overlooking pocket gardens and trees on the street. Modern constructions employ convenient manufacturing that overlooks quality of living.
But we are returning to a period in which designers are beginning to pay more attention once again to the ways in which nature interacts with our built environments. How Biophilia Can Improve Our Lives - Part I. Cspruit/CC BY 2.0 Biophilia is the study of our innate love for the natural world. Biologists and ecologists have championed it for decades. Brought to the attention of the world by E.O. Wilson nearly 20 years ago, the theory says people love natural spaces like forests and meadows because we evolved within these ecological systems. Now, we've replaced living interconnected with nature with suburbia and megacities, and this change has complicated our ability to live healthy lives.
Gaia Arkitekter. Bienvenidos a Las Cañadas. En este curso en el que nos vinculamos los proyectos hermanos “Las Cañadas” y el “Proyecto San Isidro”, tendremos la oportunidad de contar con la Arq. Alejandra Caballero como instructora, sin duda, “la experta” en construcciones naturales de nuestro país. Con ella aprenderemos el porqué y el cómo de la arquitectura sostenible, siempre de una manera totalmente práctica, pues la idea es aprender construyendo. Arquitectura Biologica y Geometria Sagrada. Mapa de Pueblos Abandonados. PUEBLOS FANTASMA. Un lugar para perderse. En los miles de pueblos y poblaciones que componen nuestro planeta, encontramos un nombre especialmente curioso que hace que en los glosarios ocupe el honor de ser el último alfabéticamente.
Su nombre es ni más ni menos que “Zzyzx”, y no esta en un lugar perdido del mundo, sino en California, y no solo es curioso por su nombre. Leer Más » La ciudad bajo la nieve Paseamos hoy por una ciudad fantasma situada en uno de los lugares más inhóspitos del planeta. Leer Más » 10 Most Amazing Ghost Towns - Oddee.com (ghost towns, best ghost towns) Some abandoned ghost towns are now tourist attractions, while others might be dangerous or illegal to visit. Meet some of the most fascinating ghost towns from around the world. KOLMANSKOP (Namibia): Buried in sand Kolmanskop is a ghost town in southern Namibia, a few kilometres inland from the port of Lüderitz. In 1908, Luederitz was plunged into diamond fever and people rushed into the Namib desert hoping to make an easy fortune. 24 Tales of Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities. 24 Global Tales of Ghost Towns and Abandoned Cities Article by Urbanist, filed under Abandoned Places in the Architecture category.
People versus trash. Erving's Location, New Hampshire. Erving's Location is a township in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States. The Principality of Sealand - Become a Lord, Lady, Baron or Baroness. Passive Houses are Beautiful and Eco-Smart. Facebook. Filum - Bienvenido.