One significant way for women to enter the tech industry is by harnessing sustainability and social impact as the mission, while tech is the tool. Here are some tips on where to begin and how to enter the tech industry if you are a non-technical founder.
When we built our 700-square-foot cabin, we knew we’d be somewhat space-challenged. In anticipation of that, we invested in a large wraparound deck attached to the house, with the idea of spending much of our time there when the weather is nice. A front porch or deck can function as a great space extension for a little house.
High-performance building can be incorporated with green building to ensure homes meet even more goals for their owners. Learn about high-performance homes and two ways to achieve your desired outcome.
Do you really need to buy a mattress? There are a surprising number of natural, sustainable, and even DIY alternatives to conventional mattresses.
Arborist Jeremy Harper repurposes would-be waste trees into beautiful projects, including a living garden arbor at his family home in the United Kingdom.
Front-load washers can occasionally gather an odor, but Sommer shares some eco-friendly tips to keep washers green, sparkling clean, and free of smells.
Going green can mean something as simple as changing your light bulbs to LEDs. Here are some important tips to go green at home.
Stilts are what keeps your house standing — they are one of the most crucial parts of the entire structure. Our cabin stands on wooden stilts, but thinking back, we realize that a steel construction might have been a better choice in terms of stability and endurance. Learn from us about the benefits and potential problems of building a house on stilts.