Realizing that the appropriate, low-cost tools for affordable, sustainable farming and settlement didn’t exist, Marcin Jakubowski decided to build them. The idea was to create an easily repairable, modular and scalable set of tools providing everything you need to build, or rebuild, civilization. The result was a group called Open Source Ecolody, and an open source hardware initiative called The Global Village Construction Kit".
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- CSIRO Creating an Energy Data PortalThe CSIRO has launched a program which aims to provide comprehensive information to underpin key decision making, towards a secure, affordable and sustainable energy future for Australia. Continue reading »
- Shoalhaven Recycling Facilty to Handle All Waste in One ProcessShoalhaven City Council is to build a new waste processing facility that uses state-of-the-art technology to divert 90% of mixed waste from landfill. Everything that can be reused or recycled will be extracted in one process. Continue reading »