Earthship Biotecture on the Weather Channel (video)

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Episode 128: “Alternative Homes”
Original Air Date: 2007-08-25
Take a tour through a unique community in Taos, New Mexico. It features eco-friendly homes that are built with discarded materials, and they’re also “off the grid.” That means they’re totally energy independent. How cool is that?…

Added: September 15, 2007

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  4. what happens if we build earth ships in Sindh area of Pakistan that is mainly a desert and prone to flash floods?

  5. We’ve just been working with Mike Reynolds, Earthship Guru from Taos New Mexico, here in Nicaragua to build the first Earthship in the country. We are keeping a day to a day to day construction blog. We’re currently on Day 26 of what we hope will be the start of a green movement in nicaragua real estate. The project is being run hand in hand with the local community of Carizal just south of the fishing town of San Juan del Sur on the pacific coast. We’re planning some tours later this year where people can get involved with building an Earthship here in Nicaragua.

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    Earthship n. 1. passive solar home made of natural and recycled materials 2. thermal mass construction for temperature stabilization. 3. renewable energy & integrated water systems make the Earthship an off-grid home with little to no utility bills.
    Biotecture n. 1. the profession of designing buildings and environments with consideration for their sustainability. 2. A combination of biology and architecture.

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