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The XII meeting of the Iberian Eco village network will be held in Cortijo Los Baños – Al Hammam on 9 – 12 September.
Bristol eco-village set up camp this week with huge support from local people and activists from all around the country. The off-grid, urban community kicked off last month on a patch of waste land in St Werburghs – previously notorious for fly tipping, arson attacks and hard drug users.
There are so many things we can do to help reduce or off set our carbon emissions and be kinder to our environment.
John Wolfendale, a cambridge university graduate, has been living and working in Spain for 16 years. His architect business, EcoVida, specialises in energy efficient and low carbon homes. In this issue he talks about what makes a ‘comfortable and healthy’ home
If we were to have the opportunity to create the ideal eco house, what features would we include? I imagine our list could start with renewable energies before moving on to energy saving and good insulation. We could consider the fixtures and fittings and see what eco alternatives were available and of course we would want to make sure our heating was as efficient as possible. What if we were looking for somewhere we could find all these things under one roof? That is the question that a new project in Málaga is trying to answer – a one-stop shop for eco solutions for the home and garden.
17 cities from all corners of Europe have joined the race for the prestigious title of European Green Capital 2012 and 2013. Learn more..
a detailed look at what to expect from the year ahead…
A few changes we can all easily make, to make a big dfference
Welcome to the alternative side of Málaga, the place where all your natural, holistic and eco needs are waiting to be discovered. This issue we take you on a journey round the city to find local health food shops, holistic centres, reintroduce you to our favourite bookshop for oriental wisdom, drop in on centres for personal development as well as learning about healthy vegetarian cooking.