Here are projects cooling houses, streets, cities, farms - and Earth. Exciting. Any of us may do this where we live, too.
Brother and sister sell surfing gear made from plastic 'waste'
Four workers are recycling bricks and mortar at Kylie’s off-grid house.
Watch how to re-use waste lime mortar from cleaning bricks to break down clay soil at the building site
In the first video I show you how to prepare the compost bin for your building site. In the second video, I show you the compost bin on site ready to go to work.
We're keeping all building waste from The Kylie Off Grid Project on the site or recycling it. Check out my two videos below.
It has been a pleasure working with Street Coolers, and I’m proud of everything we’ve accomplished, the positive changes we’ve made in Newtown, and all the friendships we’ve developed along the way.
There’s still a lot going on, and we’ve begun stage two of the project. If you’re interested in what we’re doing, visit our Facebook page for the latest news and contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0406-270-138 to get involved!
Here are a few highlights from our first six months of cooling a Newtown block!
Is there some reason the state should accept responsibility for our excreta?
Doesn’t being a mature citizen include the personal obligation to take care of our own waste and other needs unless we’re vulnerable and can only get by with the aid of the state?
On this issue – energy and pollution from pumping water and sewage – Sydney Water is among the State’s 20 biggest carbon polluter because of the energy used to pump its water and sewage.