Eco-homes: Living the good life

Following his trip to the self-sustainable Lammas in Wales, Heydon Prowse visits Pembrokeshire national park to meet two families living in low-cost, environmentally sustainable dwellings

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+11 1. HellsVacancy commented 10 years ago

Thats awesome, best of luck to them, i know whatll happen though, in 5 years time the Government will decide to lay a road straight through there field, or build a Tesco store on it
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0 2. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

@0:49 A pumpkin,"Oh My God",maybe he had never seen one before.
I am guessing a little bit of weed is going to be grown on those plots of land too.
Nice to see people trying to live the simple life,but crapping over a big hole in the ground in an outhouse in winter ain't for most folk.
I did not see where their water will be coming from...maybe a hand well pump?
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+18 3. Cloe commented 10 years ago

some parts of my country(Romania) have this kind of life without even knowing that this is eecofriendly.For them is just the way of life. If this group from Great Britain wants to learn more about this kind of living i recomand a trip in one of the eastern countries of Europe.for example my granmother's house is made from a mix of clay,cow manure and heys ,her toilet is similar to one in the movie , she dosen't have a gas line (wood stove), only runing water and electricity. she has a similar greenhouse and she lives from her crops all year.Ofcourse she buys from the local store soap and other things that she can't produce but other than that....oh and by the way in the past she made her own soap from pig fat and some chemicals i can't remember now :)
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+11 4. sidewinder commented 10 years ago

Such a people are disaster for the global exploitational economics. Good luck.
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0 5. irishgek commented 10 years ago

For people who are supposed to know what the hell there on about, "Its a poly tunnel yep yep yep" and "It gets like very kind of moist in here its like a cloud" sounds more like she has not a clue what's going on. Sorry but I personally will give up some things for the greater good but I refuse to believe the best way forward is 100 years backwards!
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-2 6. Guss commented 10 years ago

but they are all using a lot of tools build with fuel and chemical products ...
they turning a blind eye doing what they do.