How To Fit Two Years Of Trash In A Mason Jar

It should say a lot if you look and see that this video is 4 years old now. But, maybe, no. Because it took 4 years for humanity to start, yes, start to wake up and see that our consumerist, trash lifestyle is not in any way shape or form acceptable. We learn from people […]

Two adults, two kids, zero waste

Do you have an excess of stuff? Do you take the trash out on a regular basis? Bea Johnson started a global movement advocating for a zero waste lifestyle. Here, she reveals how she and her family produce less than one quart of waste per year, and how living simply has changed her life for […]

Living a Radically Simple Permaculture Life

Hey @Crissie I think we need a section exclusive for Permaculture. I don’t know if it’s obvious, but I’m obsessed with the idea of transitioning to a simpler self-sustainable life away from the city. I share what I learn from others. Having looked around this week at what the community is sharing, I’m happy to […]
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Man Living in a Sustainable & Innovative Earthship Home

Don’t get caught up in the meaning of the title. We learn from everyone. who has decided to go their own way. Tour this beautiful, sustainable Earthship home in Ontario, Canada! Go to https://NordVPN.com/exploringalternat… and/or use code EXPLORINGALTERNATIVES to get 75% off a 3 year plan. Protect yourself online today! This 3-bedroom Earthship home has […]

The Future of Living: Self-Sustaining Villages

Smart house inside of the dumb neighborhood does not make sense! James explains in his talk how to build regenerative communities that produce more organic food, clean water, renewable energy and mitigate waste. James Ehrlich is the Founder of ReGen Villages, a Stanford University spin-off company, which aims to develop the “Tesla of Ecovillages“ with […]

11 Years Living Off-Grid

Hélène Dubé and her partner Alain Neveu from Es-Cargo (http://www.es-cargo.qc.ca/) have lived off-grid in Quebec, Canada for 11 years in a self-built earthship style home made of recycled tires filled with earth and large south-facing windows. Their water is gravity fed from a spring-filled cistern placed up the hill from their home, their power comes […]

A woman’s journey to zero waste

Going zero waste is no easy task. But the Universe has been sending me not-so-subtle nudges to turn my home zero waste. I live in the city. An apartment block. I work for someone else, so controlling certain aspects of my work and my workplace is out of my control, like the paper wasted in […]

Off-grid in Australia

With our cities feeling more and more choked up, rising cost of living, depleting natural resources, and, insupportable levels of pollution, a transition to a life off-grid away from the metropolis is attracting more and more people each year, worldwide. Jill Redwood, moved to Goongerah in remote East Gippsland over 30 years ago, and has […]

Tamera. Taste of a New Culture

A documentary about the Tamera peace-project, located in Portugal, where circa 200 people research and manifest a New Culture based on cooperation with each other and nature.

Solar village in Portugal

In Tamera, Portugal, a group of people are working on a project they hope will convert our way of life – how we consume, how we produce our food, how we deal with waste, and, how we co-habit in this new world. Despite the constant chaos in the news and seeming gloom, our world is […]