Dome Homes: An Integrative and Sustainable Comune posted Categories: Homes / Dwellings Dome ProjectsLombok is a company creating and selling sustainable concepts within house construction, water management and food production. Both toindvidual investors as well as to bigger projects. The project will promote respectful interaction and co-operation with the local community as well as establish a good network with othereco-projects around the world. Through the construction of Eco-domes, made mainly with compacted soil and lime stone, we are pushing boundaries in sustainable housing construction without neglecting quality and comfort. Pristine coral coastlines, with their many natural treasures and majestic scenery, make Lombok a popular destination for diving, eco-tourism and surfing. The Dome Village resort is located on the south-eastern part of Lombok, strategically situated on a hilltop near the town of Gerupuk. The “Tiga dome” is the most basic and compact model we have.
Near Vancouver, There Is A “Secret” Island Where Everyone Lives Completely Off-Grid There is a small island between Vancouver Island and Vancouver called Lasqueti that is 12 miles long and 3 miles wide. On this island, there is a community living off the grid who enjoys being separate from the mainstream Canadian culture. Most of the residents live simply. They have very little in the way of industry or economy and because they take almost nothing from the land their carbon footprint is rather small. Lasqueti is “an island of individuals, with poets, artists, physicists, fishermen, loggers, tree planters, designers, professional musicians, published authors, some small scale manufacturers, some commercial agriculture as well as professional consultants in education, engineering, forestry and alternate energy.” – Lasqueti Community blog. The community is focused on keeping its resources renewable. That may not sound comfortable to the average person, but few can argue that using up fossil fuels isn’t the way to go. The island also features one cafe and one bar.
One Community Highest Good Business Open Source Portal: Non-Profit | For Profit | Entrepreneurship Sustainable and Highest Good economics practices are another area that One Community is open source sharing in support of Highest Good of All living and creation. These Highest Good and duplicable for-profit, non-profit, and collaborative-entrepreneurial economics models will be a cornerstone of our self-sufficient and self-replicating teacher/demonstration communities, villages, and cities to be built all over the world. This page contains the following sections related to how we will be providing a free-shared model to help people develop their own businesses: The One Community definition of Highest Good economics is business that is specifically pursued with the intention and long-term focus to function for The Highest Good of All people and all life on this planet. These businesses are fair, proactive and forward-thinking, ecological, transparent in their function and operation, and they provide value while creating positive impacts individually, locally, and globally.
Casas Ecologicas: Casa cúpula hecha con sacos de arena y barro Anuncios Esta casa está ubicada en Córdoba, Argentina, se trata de una vivienda tipo cúpula, realizada apilonando sacos de arena y revistiéndolos después con barro. Esta tipología de casas tienen unas propiedades térmicas excelentes, gracias al grosor e inercia de sus paredes, además su facilidad de construcción nos permiten hacerlas nosotros mismos. Para su construcción se pueden utilizar evidentemente materiales de la zona, en cualquier lugar podremos encontrar tierra y arcilla, y por su puesto la mano de obra pueden ser nuestros vecinos y amigos, así que se trata de un tipo de construcción económica y sostenible. Estas casas suelen ser pequeñas, aunque disponen siempre de lo necesario vivir, no obstante no se trata de un lugar para hacer vida si no más bien para disfrutar de los exteriores y la naturaleza del entorno, así que la ubicación de la vivienda es vital para que tenga sentido este tipo de construcción.
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How to Build Dirt Cheap Houses The following list summarizes some of the potential savings from using natural building materials and alternative construction methods. If you’re wondering why they’re not more widely used, it’s because contractors, banks, realtors and others in the housing industry make more profit from the current system. It’s up to you to get informed and switch to a sustainable lifestyle. 1. Foundation: Insulated frost-protected foundations do not have to be as deep as standard foundations and therefore use fewer materials, require less excavation and backfill, less form work and less labor. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.
EnviroMat | Sedum Plants | Green Roof Systems | Sedum Supply Study Technology: An Open Source Resource Guide and Collaboration Study Technology, or Study Tech, is a teaching methodology developed by L.Ron Hubbard, founder of the Church of Scientology (here’s One Community’s Spiritual Philosophy page). According to Study Technology, there are three barriers that prevent students from learning: absence of mass, too steep a gradient, and the misunderstood word and the Study Technology methodology is designed to address these. This page is meant to function as an ever-expanding archive of open source, free-shared, and duplicable Study Technology inspired ideas we reviewed as part of developing the One Community Education Program sections: Curriculum for Life, Teaching Strategies for Life, Learning Tools and Toys for Life, and building The Ultimate Classroom. These components are designed to be combined to create endless “Lesson Plans for Life” purposed to grow and evolve what we feel will be the most comprehensive, effective, and diversely applicable free-education program and resource archive in the world.
The Shantikuthi Earthbag Spiral House [video] Alternative homes are popping all over the world. The next example comes from Nagano, Japan. The earthbag house may seem like a building coming from fantasy novels, but it is a real place you can live in. The builder, Michi-kun, is an experienced carpenter and permaculturist. He got together 20 volunteers and began work on the inspiring home you can see in the pictures. The walls raised with bags of earth sit on a 60 cm-deep rubble trench foundation.