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Vivre en autonomie en France : une réalité

Vivre en autonomie en France : une réalité

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Embrace the Coming Ecological Inflection Point and Great Transition Earth is dying Environmental awareness must soon reach a critical mass, whereby massive societal resources are re-allocated to scale up solutions in a great ecological transition; before biosphere, social, and economic collapse become unavoidable. An approaching ecological inflection point reflects a narrow band of opportunity to repair fragmented, quivering nature, clearly at its breaking point, before it is too late. By Dr. Glen Barry

Amazingly Functional 136 Sq. Ft. Molecule Tiny Home on Wheels on November 4, 2013 If you already haven’t seen this 136 sq. ft. Molecule Tiny Home you’re in for a treat. To me, it’s one of the best designed and best built little houses on wheels out there. And it’s their 5th design and build. At 8’x17′ it’s one of their smallest, too. Homemade Coconut Butter Lately I have been OBSESSED (that needed all caps for sure) with coconut butter. I eat it by the spoonful, put it in smoothies, bake with it, drizzle it on fruit, use it as a sandwich spread, saute veggies with it and more. Coconut butter is made up of the kind of fat that is good for you and your heart (just like avocado). Coconut butter is not coconut oil and surprisingly tastes much different.

Rising from the ashes, a Buffalo suburb ends its dependence on coal First in a series on communities overcoming obstacles to become cleaner and greener. Sixteen months ago, the coal-fired Huntley Generating Station, which sits on the banks of the Niagara River, stopped producing power for first time since World War I. Erie County lost its largest air and water polluter. But the town of Tonawanda, a working class Buffalo suburb 13 miles downstream of America’s most storied waterfalls, also lost its biggest taxpayer. The impact of Huntley’s decade-long slowdown — and finally shutdown — hit this upstate New York community like a punch to the gut.

Man Turns his Toyota Echo into Stealthy Micro RV for Car Camping This Toyota Echo Turned into Stealthy Micro RV for Car Camping is a guest post by an anonymous reader – submit yours here! Have you ever thought of converting your car into a stealthy car camper so you can easily sleep in it while traveling without being noticed? This way you don’t have to spend so much extra money and time getting in and out of hotels while you try to get somewhere. So I wanted to show you what I’ve been working on for the last few days. Of course it’s considerably smaller than your average tiny house so I’m not sure if you’re still with me but even if you’re not…

How To Make Your Own Medicinal Vinegars Please Share This Page: Google + stumbleupon tumblr Planting Seeds When it comes to sustainability, the path forward might mean looking back. By Yvette Cabrera on Jul 21, 2020 at 3:59 am Although I was not born in time to witness this era, my dad would talk often about his battle to improve the quality of tortillas sold to the public. Corn, both a basic staple of the Mexican diet and a symbol of the country’s indigenous roots, allowed my dad, who grew up poor and never went to college, to become a successful entrepreneur. Yet, while he won the battle — producing some of the finest tortillas in Mexico City at the time, with lines of customers winding around city corners — he ultimately lost a war with the Mexican government, and this eventually drove him out of business. He immigrated to the United States to start fresh, but he never lost that connection to the land: His springtime plantings would produce a bounty of fresh corn for us in the summer. When I was in high school, we moved on to plant a full-fledged garden. My mom would pluck the blossoms off the squash we grew, simmer them in tomatoes, onions, and chiles, and then tuck it all into a handmade tortilla.

8 buses converted into gorgeous mobile homes perfect for adventure Is your dream to travel the open road in a beautiful bus renovation? You’re not alone. Many adventurous DIY-ers have turned their wanderlust fantasy into reality. From a groovy guest home to the ultimate road-tripping machine, we’ve rounded up eight of our favorite bus conversion projects. Read on for a look at the most beautiful, versatile, and affordable portable homes perfect for taking you anywhere your heart desires. Renovated wood-lined school bus by architecture grad Hank Butitta

How To Make Hot Pepper Cream For Arthritis And Joint Pain Please Share This Page: Google + stumbleupon The Scrubba travel daypack is also a washing machine! Travelers, especially backpackers, must always be careful in choosing which clothes will be essential during their journey, considering the space in their packs are usually quite limited and that they need to laundry often. But this laundry issue may be close to an end with the Scrubba backpack, claiming to be “the lightest and most compact ‘washing machine’ in the world,” allowing you to easily wash your clothes wherever you are. The invention was created by the Australian Ashley Newland, who was packing for a climbing trip to Kilimanjaro and was faced with the dilemma between the quantity of clothes he would take and the weight of his backpack.