[permanent link to this page]
The Carfree Universe Project (CFU) has been archived.
Guest Login

Search Results

Found 131 items.

Title Type Added Modified Created
Document Propaganda born of a focus on the radical personal change necessary to create a sustainable global society Document 2003-06-13 2005-04-26 2003-06-13
  The old title was "Voluntary Holocaust Participation Manual draft 1." I tired of seeing that under the ecovillage topic. Here's the original description: I've been trying to think of different angles on supporting fervent efforts to create ecomonasteries. This is one attempt. Please contact me if you'd like to assist, or be on the board of directors.
Document Living where there are no cars Document 2003-06-03 2003-06-03 2003-06-03
  Some thoughts on living where there are no cars using primitive skills and a nomadic lifestyle in the Eastern United States. In particular, the C&O canal (180 miles of beautiful carfreeness), the Appalachian Trail (Maine to Georgia, & intersects with the canal), and the intercoastal waterway (Norfolk, VA to Florida). Also, links to finding animal/humanpower farms to work on, until I find a better place to put them.
Document What can we learn from the Amish and the conservative Mennonites? Document 2003-06-02 2003-06-02 2003-06-02
  Many of you know the Amish do not drive cars. Recently I found the same is true of conservative Mennonites in various places, including Belize! What can be learned from these existing, successful, and growing communities of carfree people? What follows are some notes and links for consideration/discussion.
Document Is an Ecovillage World Possible? Document 2003-06-02 2003-06-02 2003-06-02
  This is an excerpt from page 132 of _Ecovillage Living_ by Hildur Jackson and Karen Svensson, presenting the case for why ecovillages need to be made within the mega-cities as well as out in the countryside.
Document Colin Leath Document 2003-05-17 2008-03-06 2003-05-17
  I've lived in Falls Church (Near Washington, DC), Kahului (Maui,HI), Monterey (California), Seattle (Washington), Austin (Texas), and New York City. Eventually I'll write about those and other places I've experienced from a carfree perspective.
Document Carfree ecovillages: combining people and nature Document 2003-05-12 2003-05-12 2003-05-12
  We need a summary!

Previous 25 items   

v? c? 
about this site