It Takes an Ecovillage

Walsh, Bryan
September 2007
Time International (South Pacific Edition);9/17/2007, Issue 36, p90
The article explains how the members of the EcoVillage at Itaca (EVI) community have organized their daily routines around the theory of environmental responsibility. The community include 160 people who share many of their resources in order to be efficient with the energy they use and the waste they make.


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