Building with Mud in Rainy Wales is Hard, But Possible (Video)

April 11, 2011 by  
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Image credit: PermacultureMedia The crunchier end of hippy eco-living might not be to everyone’s tastes, but from low impact living in a communal woodland to Appalachian gothic architecture using recycled pallet-wood , those willing to live a simpler life can greatly reduce their carbon footprint, and free up their time to do what really matters to them. Here’s another video along similar lines&mdash…

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Building with Mud in Rainy Wales is Hard, But Possible (Video)

Goldman Environmental Prize Awards $150K to Clean Air Activism on the Gulf Coast

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Image: Goldman Environmental Prize This year’s North American recipient of the Goldman Environmental Prize has been spending more than a decade working in his Texas Gulf Coast community to fight for stronger environmental regulations, better enforcement of existing regulations, and to improve relations generally between the community, industry, and local government.

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Green Festival SF: Kevin Danaher Interviews Amy Goodman

April 11, 2011 by  
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Kevin Danaher speaks with Amy Goodman in this exclusive TreeHugger interview at Green Festival in San Francisco. Amy Goodman is an award winning investigative journalist and syndicated columnist, author and the host of Democracy Now! airing on more than 800 public television/radio ..

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