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Withstanded: 27-Year-Old Activist Is Building Disaster- Proof Plastic Bottle Homes For Refugees In Algeria While there are numerous ways one can contribute to society and make the world a better place, action taken by 27-year-old Tateh Lehbib Breica stands apart from the rest. This is because the Sahrawi refugee has taken it upon himself to construct disaster-resistant homes using discarded plastic bottles. Not only can the homes be built for an affordable price, they are made for harsh desert conditions and can last for years. UNCHR reports that Tindouf, Algeria, is not an easy place to live, for temperatures regularly spike to 113 degrees Fahrenheit, and sandstorms can wreak havoc on refuge structures. But because people have been fleeing to the area to escape violence in the Western Sahara War for over 40 years, a housing solution was desperately needed. It’s because of this Breica decided to engineer homes that can survive harsh climates and are disaster-proof. The 27-year-old has a master’s degree in energy efficiency and participated in a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) scholarship program. His first intention was to construct a rooftop garden where he and others could grow seedlings in the bottles. However, the circular shape of the energy-efficient home he was planning posed too much challenge to that idea. After brainstorming and recalling a documentary he watched on building structures out of plastic water bottles, he was struck with a new idea. Inhabitat relays that the plastic bottle homes can withstand storms better than adobe, mud brick or tent homes. Additionally, they are water resistant β€” a fact which is essential, considering heavy rains demolished thousands of homes in 2015. The homes have thick walls and due to their circular shape, are resistant against sandstorms. The 27-year-old has a master’s degree in energy efficiency and participated in a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) scholarship program. His first intention was to construct a rooftop garden where he and others could grow seedlings in the bottles. βœ‹ more below πŸ‘‡
Withstanded: 27-Year-Old Activist Is Building Disaster-
 Proof Plastic Bottle Homes For Refugees
 In Algeria
While there are numerous ways one can contribute to society and make the world a better place, action taken by 27-year-old Tateh Lehbib Breica stands apart from the rest. This is because the Sahrawi refugee has taken it upon himself to construct disaster-resistant homes using discarded plastic bottles. Not only can the homes be built for an affordable price, they are made for harsh desert conditions and can last for years. UNCHR reports that Tindouf, Algeria, is not an easy place to live, for temperatures regularly spike to 113 degrees Fahrenheit, and sandstorms can wreak havoc on refuge structures. But because people have been fleeing to the area to escape violence in the Western Sahara War for over 40 years, a housing solution was desperately needed. It’s because of this Breica decided to engineer homes that can survive harsh climates and are disaster-proof. The 27-year-old has a master’s degree in energy efficiency and participated in a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) scholarship program. His first intention was to construct a rooftop garden where he and others could grow seedlings in the bottles. However, the circular shape of the energy-efficient home he was planning posed too much challenge to that idea. After brainstorming and recalling a documentary he watched on building structures out of plastic water bottles, he was struck with a new idea. Inhabitat relays that the plastic bottle homes can withstand storms better than adobe, mud brick or tent homes. Additionally, they are water resistant β€” a fact which is essential, considering heavy rains demolished thousands of homes in 2015. The homes have thick walls and due to their circular shape, are resistant against sandstorms. The 27-year-old has a master’s degree in energy efficiency and participated in a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) scholarship program. His first intention was to construct a rooftop garden where he and others could grow seedlings in the bottles. βœ‹ more below πŸ‘‡

While there are numerous ways one can contribute to society and make the world a better place, action taken by 27-year-old Tateh Lehbib B...

Withstanded: STOP SCROLLING! ENDANGERED SPECIES HLIAM THE RUSTY PATCH BUMBLE BEE IWAS RECENTLY PLACED ON THE ENDANGERED SPECIES LIST YOU DO REALIZE THAT IFVITAL POLLINATORS SUCH AS MYSELFGO EXTINCT THAT COFFEE. AVOCADOS, STRAWBERRIES&1/3 OF OUR FOOD SUPPL GOES EXTINCT RIGHT IF YOU CAREABOUTYOUR FUTURE THISIS YOUR PROBLEM, THIS IS YOUR WAKEUP CALL! LIKE & SHARE THIS BEFOREITSTOO LATE! πŸ’­ IT'S OFFICIAL β€” First Bee Has Just Been Added to Endangered Species List... πŸ’­ REPORT: (link to article in our bio) It’s official. As tragically revealing as the move might be, the rusty patched bumble bee has now joined the grizzly bear, gray wolf, northern spotted owl, and some 700 others on the endangered species list β€” the first bee ever to garner those protections in the continental United States. . Once abundant in the grasslands and prairies in 31 states in the East and Midwest, the RustyPatchedBumbleBee’s population has been decimated by as much as 95 percent by some estimates, and now exists only in isolated pockets in 12 states and the province of Ontario, Canada. . Bumble bees impart an estimated $3.5 billion into the American economy β€” yet, apparently, the signatories of the petition view the protection of one species as an insufferable encumbrance for humans. . While, ideally, the government should not intervene, BigAgriculture β€” comprising pesticide and herbicide manufacturers, factoryfarms, geneticallymodified crops, and the practice of monoculture β€” and other contributors to the drastic slump in the bumble bee’s numbers have not taken the onus of responsibility in initiating stewardship practices. . Ironically, the predominant model for food production in this country β€” destruction of the natural landscape through monoculture and the staggeringly prolific use of pesticides and herbicides on crops genetically manipulated to withstand them β€” has veritably wiped out or acutely reduced populations of the very bumblebee pollinators on which fully one-third of U.S. crops depend... . - Continued - . πŸ’­ Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-bee-added-endangered-species-list- πŸ’­ Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject πŸ’­ TheFreeThoughtProject Bees SaveTheBees πŸ’­ LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... πŸ’­ www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com
Withstanded: STOP SCROLLING!
 ENDANGERED
 SPECIES
 HLIAM THE RUSTY PATCH BUMBLE BEE IWAS RECENTLY
 PLACED ON THE ENDANGERED SPECIES LIST YOU DO REALIZE
 THAT IFVITAL POLLINATORS SUCH AS MYSELFGO EXTINCT
 THAT COFFEE. AVOCADOS, STRAWBERRIES&1/3 OF OUR FOOD
 SUPPL GOES EXTINCT RIGHT IF YOU CAREABOUTYOUR
 FUTURE THISIS YOUR PROBLEM, THIS IS YOUR WAKEUP CALL!
 LIKE & SHARE THIS BEFOREITSTOO LATE!
πŸ’­ IT'S OFFICIAL β€” First Bee Has Just Been Added to Endangered Species List... πŸ’­ REPORT: (link to article in our bio) It’s official. As tragically revealing as the move might be, the rusty patched bumble bee has now joined the grizzly bear, gray wolf, northern spotted owl, and some 700 others on the endangered species list β€” the first bee ever to garner those protections in the continental United States. . Once abundant in the grasslands and prairies in 31 states in the East and Midwest, the RustyPatchedBumbleBee’s population has been decimated by as much as 95 percent by some estimates, and now exists only in isolated pockets in 12 states and the province of Ontario, Canada. . Bumble bees impart an estimated $3.5 billion into the American economy β€” yet, apparently, the signatories of the petition view the protection of one species as an insufferable encumbrance for humans. . While, ideally, the government should not intervene, BigAgriculture β€” comprising pesticide and herbicide manufacturers, factoryfarms, geneticallymodified crops, and the practice of monoculture β€” and other contributors to the drastic slump in the bumble bee’s numbers have not taken the onus of responsibility in initiating stewardship practices. . Ironically, the predominant model for food production in this country β€” destruction of the natural landscape through monoculture and the staggeringly prolific use of pesticides and herbicides on crops genetically manipulated to withstand them β€” has veritably wiped out or acutely reduced populations of the very bumblebee pollinators on which fully one-third of U.S. crops depend... . - Continued - . πŸ’­ Read the FULL Report: (link in bio) http:-thefreethoughtproject.com-bee-added-endangered-species-list- πŸ’­ Join Us: @TheFreeThoughtProject πŸ’­ TheFreeThoughtProject Bees SaveTheBees πŸ’­ LIKE our Facebook page & Visit our website for more News and Information. Link in Bio.... πŸ’­ www.TheFreeThoughtProject.com

πŸ’­ IT'S OFFICIAL β€” First Bee Has Just Been Added to Endangered Species List... πŸ’­ REPORT: (link to article in our bio) It’s official. As tr...

Withstanded: Nay Hampshira Brace for impact! Can you withstand 100 mph winds? Employees at the Mount Washington Observatory in NewHampshire tried doing just that during a storm.
Withstanded: Nay Hampshira
Brace for impact! Can you withstand 100 mph winds? Employees at the Mount Washington Observatory in NewHampshire tried doing just that during a storm.

Brace for impact! Can you withstand 100 mph winds? Employees at the Mount Washington Observatory in NewHampshire tried doing just that du...