"13,4 Kilogramm CO2 für einen 512-GByte-Speicherchip" https://www.heise.de/newsticker/meldung/13-4-Kilogramm-CO2-fuer-einen-512-GByte-Speicherchip-4597570.html
Wow, this guy is my new hero.
He made his formerly barren home in the Arizona desert bloom with life, and drastically reduced his resource consumption, through careful shepherding of rainwater and re-use of wastewater, native plants, passive heating/cooling and outside-the-box use of recycled materials.
His house is a wonderland of scavenged parts and jury-rigged gizmos and I love it.
It's more about water than sun power but still strikes me as extremely #solarpunk
While waiting at 5:00 am for your train to arrive, you feel less lonley with a succulent in your hand. You even feel ecstatic*!
*Might also be due to missing sleep.
Reposting to pin so everyone can see it all the time.
mint art src: https://twitter.com/rorecross
Well, I know this has been going around the #fediverse a lot already, but it is such a great project, I think it can't be mentioned (and hopefully copied) often enough:
This is a very nice example:
-> a #Solar-powered, self-hosted website.