This crowdfunding campaign intends to help illuminate the lives of millions of Dominicans who face the daily prospect of blackouts, as well as those in the country who don't have electricity.
Dominican Light Project would provide solar lanterns to entire Dominican Republic for $5/person @TreeHugger https://t.co/e1toUmX9nc
The world mourns another musical pillar of the continent this week—Papa Wemba.
Remembering Papa Wemba: Style Icon And The King Of Congolese Rumba https://t.co/4YwPo21gSt https://t.co/LGUhtdXxcn
IN A CLATTERING lot behind Benson Polytechnic High School, the future of Portland homeless camps is coming together piece by piece.
The City is planning a rapid production facility for homeless "pods." It's already under way at a local High School. https://t.co/kOBx2DlMzS
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela said on Tuesday it would start crushing abandoned cars and bicycles to provide raw materials for housing construction and supplement drastically reduced amounts of local steel.
Venezuela also said it would crush thousands of abandoned cars and bikes to create low cost materials for Housing? https://t.co/wLb1ROgX8m
After spending over a decade and a half working in a single community, the last 10 years have seen Kundoo bring her ideas onto the international stage.
"Unsustainable practices are impossible to allow". @AnupamaKundoo on her @labiennale plans
Tiny Homes May Emerge As Alternative To Shelters @npr @BuildLouder #AffordableHousing @bhhabitat https://t.co/2xZagShAGm
For two years, Crystal Fischer paid a man who did not own her home $500 a month in rent. It wasn’t until the yellow tax foreclosure notices started showing up on the doorstep of her Detroit rental that the 36-year-old mother of two realized somethin…
@zack @Joe_Cortright @kimmaicutler a case where property taxes cut down generational wealth transfer at the knees: https://t.co/SvkQyclgSj
Four decades on, Paolo Soleri’s revolutionary Arizona desert vision of super-dense living remains a work in progress. Oliver Wainwright meets the volunteers who haven’t given up hope in his fusion of architecture and ecology
'Arcosanti – the unfinished answer to suburban sprawl' https://t.co/i48ysJsP5g
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A look at Keita Suzuki's sleek, simple & stylish bento lunch box. — http://minimalissimo.
Ah - it's perfect. https://t.co/5BmOG2WjpZ
One Year After the Nepal Quake and Zero Houses Rebuilt: Why I’m Not Surprised https://t.co/cv9f0Vyfux via @emilytroutman
A certain breed of economists and techno-futurists regularly point to the potential for innovation in the transportation sector to spur economic growth. Such predictions, however, often fail to discuss why transportation innovation in the past was s…
Land use law and politics is particularly ill-equipped to produce distributed density. https://t.co/SjWAZM1tYN
Garcetti's argument in line with my new paper https://t.co/SjWAZLJSAd
We are Tiny House in My Backyard (THIMBY), an interdisciplinary team of UC Berkeley graduate and undergraduate students working together to build an affordable, 100% solar-powered tiny house on the site of the Berkeley Global Campus in Richmond.
Last chance to support the 100% solar-powered tiny house! #crowdfund campaign for @THIMBY_berkeley ends tomorrow - https://t.co/vaZ89nnfKD
View analytic Return of the Co-op: Building the Next-Generation Sharing Economy Sign up or log in to save this event to your list and see who's attending! Tweet Share
Looking fwd to participate & help facilitate workshop next gen sharing economy @OuiShareFest https://t.co/caFNH6puiW https://t.co/pEjkUtgcN3
Transcript: Each step in a supply chain will contribute the same amount of tax as the previous step, through passing on taxemes, and industries that pay a lot of tax will be selected for by consumers, who also inherit the taxation-behaviour of the i…
WATCH: Taxemes - free market #basicincome through paying it forward #RESILIENCE https://t.co/TKEZYi1OUr
Every time a tiny local site does something like this it makes me giggle. Thanks?
I love this brave young woman. Singer, songwriter, barista, model, feminist & my daughter. Smart radio station! https://t.co/xmFFB4rO44
WASHINGTON– Today, U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Julián Castro awarded $355 million to more than 1,200 local homeless housing and service programs across the U.S. and Puerto Rico (see attached chart).
HUD awards $355mil to local groups creating the "quickest possible paths to permanent homes"
Donna Kacmar is the author of BIG Little House (Routledge, 190 pages, 2015), a study of small houses designed by architects, and professor of architecture at the University of Houston.
Big Living in Small Houses in the Fifth Ward | OffCite Blog https://t.co/8xu7OLLbNW