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Green Planet

Sunday, 11 May, 2008

Philip Mirkin - earth housing

Low cost, low impact building systems. Innovative earth builders are bringing the ability to construct your own warm, strong, water resistant home out of mud, clay, paper, cement etc, for costs that are a fraction of a modern city house. www.hybridadobe.com Using the above materials and with an understanding of local body laws, it is possible after a thorough induction for an excellent passive solar home to be built by you and your friends, that will empower you to affiliate more with the land and enthuse you to become more involved in intentional community. First broadcast May 2006

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