The Circular Economy model is steadily gaining momentum around the globe, doing away with a linear and wasteful mindset. Industry and governments are starting to see the economic benefits of being Circular and the potential environmental benefits are staggering. There is no arguing that being Circular is no longer an
don't know where exactly. but here is a picture of the beginning of construction.
Construction of a community center in Malawi began in October 2013. Collaborating with Empower Malawi NGO, the Earthship Biotecture crew aimed to train, educate, and empower locals in implementing more sustainable building principles and lifestyles. Three rooms and a bathroom were completed during the crew’s first visit. In January 2015, the crew returned to
In October 2011, Michael Reynolds led a small team from Earthship Biotecture to Sierra Leone to begin construction of a Waldorf School for local children. The team was assisted by intern volunteers from around the world and by locals who learned how to replicate the design. The floor plan for this building was based