Appropedia needs your support - Please Donate Today

Bem-vindo ao Appropedia

From Appropedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Bem-vindo ao Appropedia,
Template:Main Page banner

Partilha de conhecimentos para construir ricos, vidas sustentáveis

Appropedia é para soluções colaborativas
in sustentabilidade, tecnologia apropriada e pobreza redução.

Você está convidado a adicionar e editar Appropedia -
seu site para encontrar, co-criar e melhorar as soluções de que precisamos. Nossa visão e missão.

Contribuintes têm feito 362,215 edições e carregou 28,987 files.
Navegue nosso Categorias ou all 57,182 páginas.

anúncios — mais

Fire-rocket-stoves-dvd.png

interessado em eficientes fogões a lenha? verifique o Wood Burning Stoves 2.0 DVD set Kickstarter de Paul Wheaton.

(Crowdfunding phase has now ended.) (refresh)

Who-logo.jpg

Tem um dispositivo inovador médica ou e-saúde solução configurações de segmentação em desenvolvimento? ver Inovadoras Organização Mundial da Saúde dispositivos médicos e soluções de saúde em linha para poucos recursos 2013. Fecha 15 de março.

From today's featured article

Selected quote
We must not build housing, we must build communities.

Mike BurtonW

Selected page...

A treadle pump being demonstrated in Malawi.
A treadle pump is a human-powered Pump designed to lift water from a depth of seven meters or less. A Treadle is a lever device pressed by the foot to drive a machine, in this case a pump. The treadle pump can do most of the work of a motorized pump, but costs considerably less (75%) to purchase. Because it needs no Fossil fuel (it is driven by the operator's body weight and Leg Muscl]s), it can also cost less (50%) to operate than a motorized pump. It can lift five to seven cubic meters of water per hour from wells and Boreholes up to seven meters deep and can also be used to draw water from Lakes and Rivers. Many treadle pumps are manufactured locally, but they can be challenging to produce consistently without highly skilled welders and production hardware.

Compared to bucket irrigation, the treadle pump can greatly increase the income that farmers generate from their land by increasing the number of growing seasons, by expanding the types of crops that can be cultivated, and improving on the quality of grown crops.

Highlighted project

Hexayurt Project

The Hexayurt is a refugee shelter system that uses an approach based on "autonomous building" to provide not just a shelter, but a comprehensive family support unit which includes drinking water purification, composting toilets, fuel-efficient stoves and solar electric lighting.

You can have a green Christmas.
Green living (or sustainable living) is about practical choices, large and small, to preserve the earth and have a better quality of life. It is a lifestyle that attempts to reduce an individual's or society's use of the Earth's natural resources and his or her own resources.

In order to make sustainable choices, it is very helpful to have solid, reliable information that tells us which behaviors are sustainable and which are unsustainable. In quantitative terms, which actions will make the greatest difference, and should be prioritized. Green living can be high tech (buying a hybrid vehicle), low tech (green cleaning, or completely "back to nature." It can be smart grid or off the grid. Sustainable city living explains some of the areas of action for a city dweller.

Practitioners of sustainable living often attempt to reduce their carbon footprint by altering methods of transportation, energy consumption and diet. Proponents of sustainable living aim to conduct their lives in ways that are consistent with sustainability, in natural balance and respectful of humanity's symbiotic relationship with the Earth's natural ecology and cycles. The practice and general philosophy of ecological living is highly interrelated with the overall principles of sustainable development.

edit  watch  Selected service learning Projects gallery (refresh)

ENGR 215 Introduction to Design projects – Spring 2012: Friends of the Dunes: The Spring 2012 semester of Engineering 215 worked with Friends of the Dunes to design and build projects that support the Humboldt Coastal Nature Center at 220 Stamps Lane, Manila, CA.

Spring 2012 ENGR 215 Intro to Design Projects - Humboldt Coastal Nature Center
Solar Powered Trail Lighting System
Solar trail lighting  
Carbon Footprint Wheel
Educational carbon footprint display  
Living Green Roof
Green roof educational model  
Acoustic Panels
Acoustic panels utilizing re-purposed materials  
Living Green Display
Interactive display promoting environmental consciousness  
Rapid Composter
Rapid composting system  
The Stretchbarrow
Hybrid stretcher/wheelbarrow  
The Sandy Cove
Amphitheater constructed of urbanite  
Pump Powered Dune Movement Simulator
Interactive sand dune model  
Beachgrass Baler
Tool to bale beach grass  

Blog

On this day...

Hot topics

Did you know...

Selected categories
Topics
Energy

Solar
Water
Construction zone — correct mistakes & flag spam as needed

Welcome to Appropedia/Construction1

From today's featured list

Imagem apresentado hoje

Note: Appropedia's newest files may not yet comply with our policies.

Por favor, ajude Appropedia crescer

We want your projects, current works, observations and wisdom! See Contributing content. Improve articles by clicking "edit" at top of the page or section. Our philosophy is: Be Bold and contribute!

Questions? Comments? Visit the Village Pump. Also discuss Appropedia and related topics over on the Permies permaculture forums.

Find us on Facebook, Pinterest, StumbleUpon and Twitter. Check our Flickr images and YouTube videos.

As mídias sociais

Facebook 50px 50px 60px 50px 50px 50px 50px 50px 50px 50px

Template:Main Page interwikis