A Look at the Future

Observations on Earth in early 2011...

How many people went to sleep tonight saddened and worried about the disaster in Japan? Saddened for the people who are suffering and worried about the deadly future that lies before all people due to nuclear power plants dotting the surface of the earth.

 

How is it that legislative institutions make it difficult to evolve radical sustainable living methods citing minute and insignificant dangers affiliated with the uncharted territory of new thinking?  These same institutions allow a nuclear age that threatens the very ability of the entire planet to support human life.

There is a fight going on to stop nuclear power. This fight is with big money corporations and power mongers.

There is a fight going on to provide people with more freedom to take care of themselves in ways that respect and understand the ways of the planet. This fight is with lawmakers and government institutions.

There is a fight going on to use less of everything, to live much lighter
and hear the voice of the planet. This fight is with ourselves.

SHOUT OUT about the nuclear age to any arena that exists.
SPEAK OUT to legislators about fast tracking green building methods and systems.

WHISPER to yourself to take less and give more to the planet we live on.

Dwindling resources, archaic methods of producing centralized utilities, population growth and climate change are all issues that are restricting the flow of human life in the arteries of the future. The Earthship Biotecture concepts require little in the way of natural resources as they use all renewable resources and minimal amounts of those. They produce all utilities on site so there is no infrastructure to maintain and individual humans are empowered and freed to control of their own living circumstances.

Earthships are relatively small cellular units that can evolve rapidly much like a virus or bacteria. This affords them the possibility of dealing with unforeseen aspects of the already visible climate changes on earth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Cash for Trash on National Geographic

Cash for Trash on National Geographic In more ways than we know, our lives are built on trash. If you stacked up all the world's old junkyard tires, they would reach to the moon and back. So what can we do with them all? How about building houses.  Invented by architect Michael Reynolds of Taos, New Mexico, Earthships are custom-built, off-the-grid houses built from recycled materials, like recycled bottles (pictured), aluminum cans, used tires,...Read More

"The American Dream" Earthships

"The American Dream Project" travelled around the United States on motorcycles visiting towns and communities in search of places where the American Dream is still alive.  In the "Taos: Innovation" episode they visited the Greater World Earthship Community and the Earthship Academy.  They spoke with Earthship Founder Michael Reynolds, Academy advisor Tom Duke and a few of the students.  They also pitched in and...Read More

The "Extraordinary" Mike Reynolds

Mike Reynolds is featured amongst 50 people who fit the category of "extraordinary." By: Peter Horsfield "Sustainable, comfortable and eco-friendly. These are just a few of the words that one can use to describe the architectural wonders called “Earthships” that were designed and constructed by Mike Reynolds, an architect with an environmentalist perspective. Mike’s designs may often be regarded by many...Read More

Earthship-Festival in Köln Holweide

Zur Feier des #earthday war das noch3 Team am Earthship-Festival in Köln Holweide mit gutem Essen und functional Training auch vertreten. #eatclean #traindirty #noch3 #earthday #earthship #easyearthshipcrew #cologne A photo posted by Noch3 Performance Center (@noch3_performance) on Apr 22, 2015 at 12:13pm PDT

Stagecoach Organic Farmer Making Progress on Earthship Project

In an update to a story we first brought you back in November 2012, Dirt Merchant Farms, which sells organic foods like fresh farm eggs, meats and vegetables in Stagecoach, has continued to build what are known as "Earthships" on their property. An earthship is a self-sustaining building made out of recyclable materials, like tires and glass bottles. He says they're more durable than traditional homes made out...Read More

Taos & The Greater World Community

Taos & The Greater World Community from go-van.com By Captn_Julz • Photos: Guillaume Beaudoin We’re producing too much trash on a daily basis, and we don’t recycle enough. We’ve already passed that point where waste management has become a problem, and not only for the Thirld World anymore. One man had a vision more than two decades ago with a new way of building houses in a sustainable way, Michael Reynolds' idea has never been as needed...Read More

'Earthship' revolution in the US

'Earthship' revolution in the US Once described as 'idiotic', new eco-friendly, self-sustaining homes are proving its critics wrong. Taos, United States - It's a green architectural movement that took root in the desert of New Mexico some 40 years ago. That's when Michael Reynolds, 69, began experimenting with building homes out of garbage and natural materials that he called "Earthships". "I was [called] an idiot for building out of garbage,...Read More

7 Good Reasons To Consider Calling An Earthship Home

7 Good Reasons To Consider Calling An Earthship Home An earthship is a type of passive solar home made from natural and recycled materials. What’s incredible about them is how luxurious they can be, but how practical and environmentally friendly they are. These are the ideal homes to build if you want to live off the land and off the grid. Here are 7 good reasons to consider calling an earthship home. 1. Earth Ships just kinda kick ass I mean, just look at it!...Read More

Earthship 'biotecture' stays comfy without utilities

Earthship 'biotecture' stays comfy without utilities TAOS, N.M. —from http://www.ksl.com/?nid=1012&sid=29474554 If you landed in the desert surrounding this north-central New Mexico town, you might at first think you had landed on another planet. In a sprawling development a few miles northwest of town, the architecture is so wild and futuristic that it could just as easily be a colonial outpost on the moon. Yet the homes are largely made of trash, and...Read More

About Earthship Biotecture

Earthship construction drawings are designed to meet standard building code requirements so you can get a permit no matter where you are. Earthship Biotecture is beyond LEED Architecture. Earthships are green buildings that meet standard building codes. EarthshipBiotecture is based on the work of principal architect, Michael Reynolds. (see: media resume)

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