Kimbal Musk’s Farm of the Future (Yes, Elon’s brother)

Almost always, the fresh fruits and vegetables that we find at the grocery store have been trucked or shipped in from somewhere else, especially if you live in a city like New York like I do, and all this traveling affects the nutrients in them meaning they’re not as good for you as they should […]

Aquaponics System Grows Food on Boat Using Rainwater & Solar Power

All right, this is John Kohler with Today I have another exciting episode for you and I love it when I’m on a field trip. And today I’m on a field trip actually… I just got out of the big apple, the NYC, New York City from Grand Central Station. Came out on a […]

Hydro Power Potential on Indus River

Nature has blessed Pakistan with immense hydropower potential of 60,000 megawatts to be buildon Indus, Jhelum, Swat and Chitral basins. Out of this potential, 40,000 megawatts exist on the Indus cascade alone according to studies undertaken by Water and Power Development Authority. Originating from the mouth of the tiger in Tibet, mighty Indus is one […]

The Winter Greenhouse, grow in -40’C (2018)

Imagine taking the heat from the sun in the summer, storing it, and then using it to heat a greenhouse in the winter! Heating a greenhouse costs so much in Canada in the winter that it’s cheaper to truck food in from 1000’s of miles away. Trucked in food is chemically ripened and tastes horrible. […]

Learn to build an Off-Grid Eco Dome Home

Hey my name is Alosha Lynov and for the last 10 years I have been attending multiple workshops around the planet on self-sustainability permaculture and various Dome home as well as ferrer cement construction but these workshops came at a heavy price 1k for tuition fees and one and a half for travel food and […]

The Zero Marginal Cost Society – Jeremy Rifkin

We’re just beginning to glimpse the bare outlines of a new economic system entering onto the world stage. This is the first new economic system to emerge since the advent of capitalism and its antagonist socialism in the early 19th century. It’s a remarkable historical event. It has long term implications for every one of […]