Creación de un estilo de vida sostenible en Patagonia パタゴニアでサステイナブルな暮らし作り
Melimoyo Volcano begins to appear after twenty nine days submerged in clouds and its wrapped in a thick, fluffy blanket of snow. For several hours we worked on our land, stopping every now and again to see if the top would also appear. Finally, as the sun set and the sheep came home, the peak materialised. A fleeting glimpse, but an inspiring sight nevertheless,…
In 1991 I walked through Mexico on my Save The Amazon Walk from Canada to South America to attend the first earth Summit in Brazil. Along the way I met many wonderful people doing great things for the earth and humanity. The man who planted water was one of them.
Photos: Collapsed Polytunnel: Next Day Sun Shines
Added by Paul Coleman on November 28, 2009 at 10:00pm — No Comments
The Earth is our treasure box and we don´t even have to open it to experience the gifts it contains. Today´s been rather stormy in Patagonia, so we´ve not been home building, instead I decided to finish off a movie I mader earlier this year featuring some of Patagonia´s free earth gifts. More movies like this will follow - the other day we went for a walk into the forested hills close to La junta withn our friend Hayato and In just… Continue
It was a grand occasion when lights arrived two years ago at La Junta'sPlaza.
Most people… Continue
Hiyato & Makoto walk to our land to begin earthbag work, as a cowboy and rides into town.
Added by Paul Coleman on November 17, 2009 at 9:13pm — No Comments
Our hosts in Trevelin, the owners of Rincon del Sur cabanas, made sure we remembered the region well and following our trip to the nearby Tulip fields they took us to Alerce National Park, a thirty minute four wheel drive away in the nearby Andes.
Alerce trees can live for a few thousand years, and thrive in cold climates, which is good, because high in the… Continue
Added by Paul Coleman on November 13, 2009 at 8:57pm — No Comments
I took these photo's as we passed through Argentinian Patagonia on our way to build our home in La Junta, Chile.
They were a lovely site set with the Andes as a back drop and Konomi was very happy to see them.
So did our friends, the owners of Cabanas Rincon dels Sur,… Continue
Added by Konomi Kikuchi on November 9, 2009 at 8:54pm — No Comments