What does sustainable living in the city look like? By living more simply, creating permaculture gardens, utilizing energy technologies such as biogas and solar power, and taking part in community initiatives like car sharing, this household creates money and time savings that enable them to work fewer hours and develop a thriving and sustainable home.
** Useful resources
Book: "Degrowth in the Suburbs: A Radical Urban Imaginary" by Samuel Alexander - https://www.palgrave.com/us/book/9789811321306
Biodigester unit: https://homebiogas.com/
Article by Sam on this particular biodigester: http://theconversation.com/home-biogas-turning-food-waste-into-renewable-energy-89920
Parabolic dish: https://www.oneearthdesigns.com/solsource-solar-cooker/
Solar oven: http://www.sunoven.com/all-american-sun-oven/
(Please note that neither Happen Films nor Sam and Helen, the subjects of this film, have any affiliation at all with the companies linked above.)
Thanks to Charlie Kilman for working with us on this film! Check out his YouTube channel Our Changing Climate - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNXvxXpDJXp-mZu3pFMzYHQ
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