|recommend book⇒The Geography of Hope: A Tour of the World We Need
|Random House Canada
|Turner visited housing projects all over the world that are designed to deal with the end of oil. The good news is people are building homes that produce more energy than they use. Houses have become miniature power plants. In some parts of the world, you can buy and drive a pollution-free hydrogen car. In Scotland they also tackled low-energy sewage treatment. In general this work is being done by individuals and relatively small groups of people. We don’t have to wait for the US goverment or Exxon to come around. The world is passing them by.
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