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This is a brand new podcast about offgrid humanitarianism, building and community. Over 60% of the profit from the shows go directly to our projects. You can support the podcast by donating directly to us or donating (even a small amount) per episode. For the truly offgrid amongst you we also welcome Bitcoin: 1GM1UPt6PPdmCxR4qANBWw4DnnmRZHLFko

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#16 – Oliver Goshey – A Podcast Pioneer in Abundant Conversation

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Oliver M. Goshey is an accomplished natural builder who has worked in eleven countries on six continents. He is the host of “The Abundant Edge” Podcast where he interviews leaders and change-makers in the worlds of permaculture, natural building, and regenerative living.

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#15 – Agathe Cauchy – An Offgrid Orphanage Grows

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Agathe studied International Development at the University of East London and then obtained a Master in Education and Sustainability at London South Bank University. She then went to work with Earthship Biotecture, where she is now in charge of all International Builds.

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#14 – Ricelli Laplace – Putting the Human and Community into Architecture

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Ricelli (Richi) is an architect by profession, artist by heart and musician in free time. After falling in love with permaculture, building with natural materials and communities, Richi now pursues a different way to practice architecture.

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#13 – Gregoire Durrens – A Fabship: off the grid manufacturing

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Gregoire Durrens is an engineer and eco-builder who works with Earthship Biotecture among others. After graduating from the FabAcademy and attending the Earthship Academy, he was inspired to bring together the diverse approaches to the use of technology to solve our most pressing global problems. Continue reading

#12 – Michael Reynolds – An Offgrid Legend Uncovering Light

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A life spent building solutions

Michael Reynolds is the founder of Earthship Biotecture. He is an American architect based in New Mexico, known for the design and construction of Earthships which serve the following 6 principals:
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#11 – Lara Alshawawreh – Human Architecture in Refugee Camps

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Too many short term solutions for long term problems?

Our conversation outlines some of challenges for people living in two Jordanian camps (Zaatari and Azraq). We explore a few of the options and restrictions in using offgrid technologies as potential solutions – political will notwithstanding.

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#10 Elizabeth Williams – Theory U, Communication and Collaboration

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Theory U – an offgrid and connected theory?

Elizabeth Williams works with multidisciplinary, multi-interest groups of people to help them find common ground, energy and direction.

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#9 Matt Paneitz – Generational Impact

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One generation ready – many more to come!

Matt is executive director of Long Way Home an organisation that uses sustainable design and materials to construct self-sufficient schools that promote education, employment and environmental stewardship.

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#5 Mark LaMont – A longterm approach to affecting real change

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Ten Friends: A non-profit with a long-term approach and vision

Mark LaMont runs many of the day to day activities at tenfriends.org and has worked in Nepal for over ten years.

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#1 Harrison Gardner – Humanitarian building

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Offgrid building around the world

Harrison has a wealth of experience building structures of all kinds. He’s worked in Australia, USA, Kenya, India, Columbia, Nepal. In his role of Earthship Biotecture foreman he leads groups of over 40 people in challenging conditions but still never misses an opportunity to pass on knowledge.

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