United States – The Mittleider gardening systems is quiet unique because it uses tiny and calculated amount of fertilizers and this in precise location, all this with 2 to 5 times more yield than traditional gardening system
South Africa – The idea of the Q Drum originated in response to the needs of rural people in Southern Africa who struggle conveying adequate quantities of potable water from a reliable source. A task generally bestowed on the women and children of each community
United States – Tiny houses here, tiny houses there! Many news around the world about tiny houses. I can stop my mind to ask this question: is it just something “à la mode” or is it more than just a trend? This post will gives you real hard numbers to help decide by yourself if tiny houses are here to stay or not!
United States – Gardening organically is one thing. Farming organically is another one! Can one make a living? Is it more work? Read this report on farming organically based on more than 30 years of experience by the Rodale Institute. A document worth to be framed!
Kenya – Public toilets in third world countries are too often a complete disaster. They are messy, ugly and super pollute. Now there is a sustainable sanitation right now solution. Thanks to the amazing Sanergy franchise system.
Philippines – In many homes, it’s mostly dark during the day, except for a small ray of sunlight that enters through an open front door. Electricity, if available, is expensive. Few can even afford it and when they can, it is too often at the expense of food. Now everybody can get solar light during the day..for free!
Israel – Controling the population of mouses in a sustaible way is definitively possible! Replace rodenticides by using birds of prey like owls, krestels and so on!
India – Farmers do not have to walk anymore long distance just to switch on and off irrigation pumps. By using this gadget. the Nano Ganesh, they can trigger at will irrigation pumps saving a lot of water, fuel for generators or electricity. Irrigation becomes much more eco-friendly!
Germany – Make ships more eco-friendly by adding a big sail. Save on fuel, reduce emission and reduce operating expenses.