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Earthship Cologne: Why Germany needs this self-sufficient house made from rubbish

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We can take our hats off to Germany, leading the way with investment in renewable energy, pioneering Passivhaus standard homes and public buildings. However Germany's Earthship builders point out that most buildings have a long way to go before truly A




 

 

Earthship Cologne Building

We can take our hats off to Germany, a country which has been leading the way with investment in renewable energy, and pioneering Passivhaus standard homes and public buildings. However Germany’s Earthship builders point out that most buildings have a long way to go before they’re truly sustainable. A new Earthship Biotecture project in Cologne seeks to educate the next generation in how to build radically self sufficient structures, without complicated machines or an engineering degree. There’s even a chance for you to get involved and learn alongside the team!

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