Building Sustainability – A Hartwyn Podcast
We are very pleased to announce that we have started the ‘Building Sustainability’ podcast for your listening pleasure. It consists of interviews with designers, builders, makers, dreamers and doers. Exploring the wide world of sustainability in the built environment by talking to wonderful people who are doing excellent things.
Once a month we will be releasing a new episode
The Building Sustainability Launch pack!
Hartwyn Natural Builders – BS001
Jeffrey is joined by his colleague Joe Duirwyn to discuss how their company, Hartwyn. Hartwyn uses a unique student model to train future natural builders on their live builds. They discuss how Hartwyn’s free training program benefits the students, and the industry.
They also discuss the aims of the podcast and run through some of the upcoming episodes. That are sure to delight your ears in the upcoming months!
One Planet Development with Chris Vernon – BS002
One Planet Development is a welsh planning policy. It enables those wishing to live off the land to buy agricultural land and build a house. Chris Vernon is part of the One Planet Council, giving advice and assistance to those wanting to build this way. He has also built his own straw bale house!
In this episode we discuss:
- The One Planet Development policy, what it entails and how it’s unique.
- Chris’ particular piece of land and how they are meeting the requirements for the policy.
- The straw bale house that Chris and his family have built for themselves
- The One Planet Council and the excellent work they do
How to create an anti capitalist building site with Emma Appleton – BS003
Emma Appleton has drawn up a list of 100 ways to make an anti capitalist building site. We discuss some of the issues that exist on current building sites and the larger effects. Then we delve more deeply into Emma’s list to better understand how we can create a more harmonious building culture.
Links to Emma work
Emma’s Website – http://emmaappleton.co.uk/
Emma Appleton TEDx Talk – Building sites without patriarchal capitalism