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How 2 Build Green: The Sustainability Podcast

The How 2 Build Green Podcast is a sustainable lifestyle podcast. Focusing on how we live in not only our homes and buildings but how we interact with the planet. We are accelerating change in the way we live and the way we consume the Earth's resources. This is also designed to give you specific how to information that you can integrate in your own life. Some might be thinking about building their own home, becoming a sustainable building contractor, or just living a more organic and free life. You’re in the right place if this sounds meaningful to you!
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Jul 30, 2015

Michael Reynolds is the creator of the epitome of sustainable design and construction, THE EARTHSHIP.  It is arguably the most eco-friendly and energy efficient design of all sustainable building methods. No part of sustainable living has been ignored in this ingenious building. Michael is a noted architect, a biotect, if you will, and has amassed  an incredible collection of building, media, and legislative accomplishments worldwide, through his career.

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  • over a year ago
    Anne Baker
    I never knew how anti-architect he is. I’m a licensed architect and got out of school in 2013 - all throughout school, both undergrad and grad, there was a heavy emphasis on sustainable and natural building and we even studied earth ships. I agree that the building industry is slow to change, but there are reasons for that. Building code is influenced by lobbyists, but moreso it’s about protecting human health and safety. I see the jurisdictions I work in making big efforts to integrate emerging green materials and tech into municipal code. Just didn’t appreciate his complete disdain of the architectural profession in general. We don’t all live in Taos, and many of us are trying to do the very best we can in the “real world.”
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