• worldpuzzle

    Global Sustainability Concerns…Watch Video

    The Club of Rome The Club of Rome was founded in 1968 as an informal association of independent leading personalities from politics, business and science, men and women who are long-term thinkers interested in contributing in a systemic interdisciplinary and holistic manner to a better world. The Club of...
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    Middle Class Trap – Are YOU in it?

    Back to the Garden In 1988, filmmaker Kevin Tomlinson filmed and interviewed a group of back-to-the-land ”hippies”—living off-grid,  insulated and isolated from mainstream culture. In 2006, he tracked down his subjects again to find out what had become of their families’ utopian plans and dreams. The film captures a...
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    Eco Cave House in New Zealand

    While the tiny house movement has been gaining more and more traction, one man has already planned and developed his own, designed to send you back in time. “Underhill” is an incredible, hobbit-like eco-cave house built into the hillside of a Waikato (New Zealand) farm. The house is cleverly constructed to...
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    Three Alternatives To Living That Will Blow Your Mind – Not Your Budget

    As part of the increasing desire to simplify one’s life and live more sustainably, there are various trends which have been emerging over recent years. Eco designed housing which provided better insulation, passive solar design, and the use of renewables was all the rage back in the late 90’s and early...
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    Five Quotes to Help You Return to Your True Nature

    In Buddhism, attachment is one of the key hindrances that causes suffering among humans. The Buddha taught that attachment generates craving, wanting, and insecurity. Attachment is the wanting to hold onto and keep a permanent state and not be separated from a thing or person. The general principle behind...
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    Living Big in a Tiny House – The Transforming Castle House Truck

    With the average size of houses having increased over recent decades, there is a growing movement for people seeking alternatives to large, expensive, energy intensive housing. Australia currently holds the record for the country with the largest homes. The average size of a new Australian house increased from 162.2...