An Earthbag EcoVillage on an Indonesian Island

An eco-village of earthbag domes is growing along the coral coastline of Indonesia‚Äôs Lombok Island. The builders seeks to introduce shared housing which is built and occupied with respect for the environment. Currently there are nine domes surrounding a restaurant, … Continue reading →

Young Indian Architects and Builders Are Embracing Sustainability

There a slow revolution brewing in the world of construction. Since the mid-1960s British-born Indian architect Laurie Baker pioneered a newer method of construction by using locally available material. Many architects thought of joining this movement of making only sustainable, … Continue reading →

Building an Earthbag Tiny House Online Course

Morgan Caraway, of the Sustainable Life School, has informed me that his new earthbag tiny house class is online at https://sustainablelifeschool.thinkific.com/ He says that, “After over a year of hard work, the online earthbag tiny house course is live! It … Continue reading →

What’s a Colloquium?

I recently received the email quoted below from Matt Anderson. He writes about the new documentary that he has just released titled What’s a Colloquium? I watched the film and can heartily recommend that you watch it as well. Most … Continue reading →