This Tiny Carbon-Negative Eco Cabin, built by Michael Quirk, is a net zero carbon dream escape in the Nederland, Colorado, forest.
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Small hydropower plants have long sustained remote communities in the Alps – but there is a growing debate over their environmental impact.
We are accepting applications for volunteers and accepting donations that we can use to build Tiny Homes. You might have things in your house or garage you haven’t used or extra construction tools, a bag of stud nails, used doors, windows, roofing materials, lumber, metal, hardwood flooring, sheetrock tape, paints, and anything that we can recycle to build and add to our Tiny Homes.
There is no such thing as perfection, they say, but you can’t blame people for striving for it. New startup Vika Living is doing just that with its…
I bet you haven’t seen a tiny home like this one. Meet the SnakPack – a retired airport provisioning truck that got another chance at life. Th…
The UK’s Youth Hostels Association (YHA) offers self-contained cabins, tents and American Airstreams for less.