Tag: Sustainable

5 Steps to Completely Overhaul American Agriculture

Farmer Gabe Brown has a simple 5-step method to eliminate tilling and pesticides from American farming to produce larger yields while feeding the population clean and sustainable food. Watch the video, and be surprised that you now find soil interesting. Seriously.

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Does the Coal Industry Need to Die for us to Live?

Coal is filthy and contributing to climate change. It is time to transition to renewable energy.

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That Plastic You Threw Away…Never Went Away

With help from our friends at www.custommade.com, we outline the human dependency on plastic products, and offer some helpful tips to make more sustainable choices.

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Earthship Homes are Bad-ass, and 100% Sustainable

Want to live in a beautifully designed home that is 100% sustainable? No electric bill, no heat bill, no water bill. Just clean modern living in the customizable Earthship Homes. Living “off the grid” no longer means living primitively.

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Will We Grow Our Homes In The Future?

Is it possible to literally grow your dream home from scratch?  A non-profit architecture organization out of Brooklyn called Terreform One is working on just that.  In fact, they claim they could grown an entire village in 7-10 years.  Founder

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Planting Trees In The Ashes Of The Deceased?

When you die, what do you prefer to have done with your remains?  Would you rather be buried or cremated?  Kind of an uncomfortable, morbid topic to talk about, but a company called Bios has been talking about it for

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Turning Point: New Hope For The Climate

By Al Gore, Rolling Stone It’s time to accelerate the shift toward a low-carbon future n the struggle to solve the climate crisis, a powerful, largely unnoticed shift is taking place. The forward journey for human civilization will be difficult

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An Airborne Turbine Called The BAT May One Day Take Over The Skies

One day you may be driving through middle America, and see a new site on the horizon. Groups of large floating donut shaped wind turbines called  BATs (Buoyant Airborne Turbine) hovering among high altitude winds. Created by an innovative company

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