New York, NYUSA
October 7, 2011
Yes, depending on the cost.
No - except possibly a 'green roof' design.
I live in midtown Manhattan and make my living as a freelance computer tech. As much as I'd like to live in an ecovillage, I need to be near my customers - all of whom are in NYC...
I'd like to see permaculture construction developed for urban areas - like NYC... As the existing infrastructure fails, people will desperately need to create off-grid solutions for water, sewage, and AC power. Doing so will both save lives, and improve the quality of life for the survivors. There's a radical eco-architect Michael Reynolds, who's designing off-grid self-sufficient communities. More about him is at http://www.garbagewarrior.com/
No - haven't done the course yet - no diploma. But I am interested if it's not too costly.
Hi, I'm a computer tech/ex-audio tech, and documentary film evangelist. Why? Because mainstream media is SO controlled that docu-films are one of the few ways we can get truthful media! For more about me, visit my website - www.zenarrow.com. Thanks!