Sustainable Living

Sustainable living must include a reliance on sustainable energy. The energy sources used must be renewable rather than limited in quantity. Energy sources such as fossil fuels cannot readily be renewed, so instead of these, sustainable living requires using renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, water, or geothermal energy. The energy must also be captured and used in an environmentally friendly way that does not damage the environment for future generations. For sustainable living, a person must leave as little impact on the world as possible.

The diet of someone who is focused on sustainable living should focus on foods that are at the base of the food chain. A vegetarian lifestyle is Mixed Vegetablesbest suited to sustainable living because it requires the fewest resources to produce and causes the least amount of environmental damage and degradation. The food should also be grown organically without the use of chemicals such as pesticides or herbicides that can pollute the environment and cause health problems for other animals or humans. It is best to eat food that has been grown locally to reduce the problems caused by transporting food over long distances. Many people try to grow their own produce in their yard or in a community garden near their home. Local farmers markets can also be a good source for sustainably grown fruits and vegetables.


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Self-Sustaining Pod Home self-sustaining pod home can be placed just about anywhere, including atop urban buildings, and can transform rom an office to a lounge to tiny lodgings.
Plantware Eco Architecture This concept by a team of designers at Tel Aviv University uses a lattice of trees and fast-growing vines to create a base structure around which other materials can be added.
Futuristic Pre-Fab An interlocking system of prefabricated panels make the ADEX house concept super-adaptable to various locations and needs, capable of being installed virtually anywhere in any configuration.
Portable Power House While arguably too small for use as an actual home, the concept of the solar-powered portable Power House by A&V could be adapted, taking its spaceship-like aesthetic, mobility and sustainability and making it a bit more livable.