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It proposes the reproduction of an ecosystem by means of soil, stones and. It proposes the reproduction of an ecosystem caweros means of soil, stones and plants able to give back to water its natural biodigestpres. It is not an easy task, it takes time and dedication, maybe a whole life. Without the philanthropic acts of a sultan or need for a water tank, the kiosk is simply a tap.

City Farming is Booming: Developed with biodigetsores back to basicsecological materials and function and economic local production relevance” in mind. The site lets you add trends which you think will be important to the future of Swedish cities and transport. Part of the value of the Post-Car d Urbanism project likes in exploring the possibilities and utility of such online, crowdsourced approaches to social science research.

An eco-friendly greenhouse made from renewable bamboo and recycled plastic bottles was recently built- and put into use! It’s an outhouse and sewage-treatment plant in one, processing human waste through a “constructed wetlands.

Research and publish the best content. Sign up to comment. Your new post is loading Scooped by pez [estudio]. Create a pollinator habitat on your property. This project is in Portland, Oregon, the instructions work well for the Pacific Northwest. The use of biochar as building material — cities as carbon sinks. Oswash at summercamp electrified. This is “Oswash at summercamp electrified” by Dries De Roeck on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.


Wind powered washing machine prototype! Bees could 3D-print “concrete honey”. Geoff Manaugh and John Becker imagine a scenario in which genetically modified bees could be trained to print concrete structures rather than produce honey. BioBuilding Building with living organisms Polemical.

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Modular Chicken Coop and Garden. Jason Vollen walks us through the many processes and benefits — biodigestords, environmental, and economic — behind the installation of novel plant wall Qanat – Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. It is strange that few urban thinkers today talk about agriculture, while few agricultural experts digress into the discipline of urbanism.

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Great infographic about Transition Communities. Silkworms and robot work together to weave Silk Pavilion. BioBuilding Building with living organisms. Aquafarm Aquaponia de bolsillo. Backpack holds entiere pontoon craft kit Just add water and your bike. Pedal to inflate pontoons.

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Use all your bike gears when on water. Front bike whell steers attached propeller kicks up in shallow water. Re-mount with ease after swim. Use your bike with kit frame connectors left on it; easy switch from land to water cycling and back. Stainless cxseros frame, misc. Specially interesting for commuting in some cities!

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