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  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.7 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.1 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.1 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.9 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.4 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.5 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.6 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.7 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.8 MB
  • Ten years ago, a group of people in Ireland came together to try to reduce their overall carbon footprint by building an ecological community. They looked at how they could incorporate sustainability into every aspect of their lives – how they could build and power their houses, how they could earn their living, how they could travel and grow their food. Click to view full-size image… 2.6 MB

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