Jason Sahler is Inhabitat's operation's assistant as well as a contributing writer. Jason recently graduated from NYU with a B.A in Sustainable Development. Focusing on a holistic approach to sustainability, he looked to find connections between different disciplines and issues crossing different systems. He is a devout follower of small businesses and anything "SLOW". Jason brings his love for the the outdoors and his passion for finding sustainable solutions, to pretty much everything he does...Oh and he is a professed Craft Beer Geek.
It's been an exciting month as we've seen green transportation records set on the ground and in the sky, so naturally we are taking the next step and bringing you to the sea with the Earthrace,
Nine years ago on March 20th 1999, Bob Schumacher set the wind powered land-speed record in a boat called the Iron Duck, "sailing" at blistering pace of 116.7 mph. Now, since records are meant
One of the many barriers that impedes us from living a greener life at home is the lack of any simple and reliable way to gauge how much energy we are consuming. We can turn off our lights and
Wandering through the Australian Hills north of Melbourne, it would be easy to miss this deceptively simple, yet elegant house nestled into the surrounding countryside. But once you have reached
One of the biggest tenets of living a sustainable life is doing more with less, and as we grapple with reducing our carbon footprints we have to take a closer look at how we equip the world we
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