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This is a podcast about offgrid humanitarianism, building and community. Over 60% of the profit from the shows go directly to our projects. Offgrid Humanitarianism provides shelter, sustenance and inspiration for health, gender and education projects that promote scaleable and regenerative change.

Offgrid and Connecte‪d‬ Patrick Lunt - Offgrid Humanitarian Building and Community

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This is a podcast about offgrid humanitarianism, building and community. Over 60% of the profit from the shows go directly to our projects. Offgrid Humanitarianism provides shelter, sustenance and inspiration for health, gender and education projects that promote scaleable and regenerative change.

    #17 – Rohan Sutherland – A Finger on Offgrid’s Pulse

    #17 – Rohan Sutherland – A Finger on Offgrid’s Pulse

    Rohan is a designer, builder, teacher and advocate of ReGenerative practices around the world.







    With a keen eye for the inherent synergies found in nature, he uses biomimicry to shape systems in the most beneficial and efficient way. He has managed a wide range of projects relating to self-sufficiency and adaptation to climate change, either for individuals, companies, NGOs or international institutions. Rohan also believes in giving back to the planet and communities in need. By sharing and planting seeds, he tries to promote a regenerative lifestyle whenever he can. Learn more about what he does at regenerative-systems.com and follow him on Instagram at regenerative_systems

    Resources

    Regenerative Systems



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    • 1 hr 5 min
    #16 – Oliver Goshey – A Podcast Pioneer in Abundant Conversation

    #16 – Oliver Goshey – A Podcast Pioneer in Abundant Conversation

    Oliver M. Goshey is an accomplished natural builder who has worked in eleven countries on six continents. He is the host of "The Abundant Edge" Podcast where he interviews leaders and change-makers in the worlds of permaculture, natural building, and regenerative living.







    After six years of working in the industrial building trades and as a maritime engineer, he apprenticed with the Cob Cottage Company, specializing in cob and earthen plasters and finishes. Abundant Edge is his culmination of years of passionate research, travel, and experimentation with earthen building materials and regenerative design techniques. Oliver is passionate about promoting healthy lifestyles that repair and advance ecosystems through symbiotic design and compassionate construction.

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    The Abundant Edge Podcast

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    • 1 hr 3 min
    #15 – Agathe Cauchy – An Offgrid Orphanage Grows

    #15 – Agathe Cauchy – An Offgrid Orphanage Grows

    Agathe studied International Development at the University of East London and then obtained a Master in Education and Sustainability at London South Bank University. She then went to work with Earthship Biotecture, where she is now in charge of all International Builds.







    This allows her enough free time to live in Mexico while not traveling with Earthship. She bought some land there a few years ago to create a self sufficient orphanage, inspired by Earthship principles and has built several structures thanks to committed funders. The Joya Orphanage will be open in the next couple of years.

    Resources

    The Joya website

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    • 32 min
    #14 – Ricelli Laplace – Putting the Human and Community into Architecture

    #14 – Ricelli Laplace – Putting the Human and Community into Architecture

    Ricelli (Richi) is an architect by profession, artist by heart and musician in free time. After falling in love with permaculture, building with natural materials and communities, Richi now pursues a different way to practice architecture.







    Richi worked and studied in Brazil with Johan van Lengen (author of The Barefoot Architect), in Indonesia (Green School Bali), Japan (Kyoto University) and Mongolia and continues to collect experiences in a search for a way of building that speaks to the aspirations of a more responsible architecture for human, nature and personal growth.

    Resources

    The Mongolia project video



    Mud’s synergy documentary



    The Global Environmental Architecture Laboratory

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    • 47 min
    #13 – Gregoire Durrens – A Fabship: off the grid manufacturing

    #13 – Gregoire Durrens – A Fabship: off the grid manufacturing

    Gregoire Durrens is an engineer and eco-builder who works with Earthship Biotecture among others. After graduating from the FabAcademy and attending the Earthship Academy, he was inspired to bring together the diverse approaches to the use of technology to solve our most pressing global problems.



    Fabships are off-grid workshops that empower communities to grow their own productive power to provide an alternative to the “take, make and dispose” mass-production mindset that is decimating our planet.



    This conversation took place in Japan during the Mima academy building in November 2018.

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    • 47 min
    #12 – Michael Reynolds – An Offgrid Legend Uncovering Light

    #12 – Michael Reynolds – An Offgrid Legend Uncovering Light

    A life spent building solutions

    Michael Reynolds is the founder of Earthship Biotecture. He is an American architect based in New Mexico, known for the design and construction of Earthships which serve the following 6 principals:





    They self-heat and the self-cool

    They are made from recycled materials (used tyres and bottles)

    They collect water

    They treat sewage

    They grow their own food

    They generate their own power



    Over the last 50 years Michael has been one the of the most prominent proponents of "radically sustainable living”. He has inspired generations of offgriders to construct buildings that are independent from the grid, multinationals and conventional thinking. His designs are guided by the principals of working with rather than against the Earth's natural phenomena: convection, gravity, solar gain, light, flow etc.



    He has been a critic of the profession of architecture for its adherence to conventional theory and practice, and he advocates the reuse of unconventional building materials from waste streams, such as automobile tires, and is known for designs that test the limits of building codes around the world.



    For a more complete list of television interviews, books and lectures download the Michael Reynolds Media Resume (10MB).



    This conversation took place in Japan during the Mima academy building in November 2018.

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    • 1 hr 18 min

Customer Reviews

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2 Ratings

epic2001 ,

Awesome podcast

Happy to hear this new podcast on building sustainables structures but specially on building a new better world. Exciting arguments and people. It introduces me to a new world I didn't know.

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