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A collection of articles about Earthships - the fabulous recycled homes based out of Taos, New Mexico. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

The schematic of this global model earthship shows an additional greenhouse that will provide greater temperature stabilization, which would...

Our story on "Building Earthen Homes" will make you want to start making adobe bricks and filling earth bags. Moving earth around to build a house isn't easy, but can result in beautiful and environmentally awesome dwellings. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

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From the home front: Small fixer-upper, big earthship, Seattle floating homes

Seattle Earthship home

Contemporary Part Earth Sheltered Split Level House, Truro, CornwallSuper insulated timber frame sustainable build utilising recycled insulation, breathable construction and natural materials. Passive solar heating, solar thermal and photovoltaic collectors to generate electricity. Underground bedrooms with thermal mass and green roofs. The house has been designed to minimise its impact upon the landscape and environment.

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Earthships

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Earthship Homes Made of Recycled Tyres

Earthship Homes Made of Recycled Tiers

Cheap (potentially free) to build free to run houses | Permaculture Magazine

Shipping Container Homes Spray foam interior INSULATION in addition to having the cargo container encased in earth bags on outside walls of the containers. You'll be plenty cool in the summer and cozy and well INSULATED in the winter.

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Earth Sheltered Bath Springs House

Earth bermed home with lots of solar panels is not only green but keeps the temps more moderate or cooler.

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Eco-Friendly Underground Homes

cordwood house AND built into side of hill (better temp control because of the earth's insulation), AND solar AND gardens... ahhhh. oh, and a living roof.