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Why Tiny Houses Can Save The Earth Infographic

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by: Sjouke L
Why Tiny Houses Can Save The Earth Infographic

We are depleting our resources at a faster rate than we can replenish them and housing plays a very large role in this equation. During construction of the average sized house, nearly 7 logging trucks of wood products are used whereas in a tiny house, only about half of one logging truck is needed. The pollution associated with an average house is significant (about 28,000 pounds of CO2 emissions each year). In contrast, a tiny house only generates about 2,000 pounds. If we want to save our resources and slow down the rapid rate of CO2 emissions, we must rethink what size houses we live in. Living tiny can be done without compromise and many people have made the switch and are experiencing more joy, peace of mind, and sense of freedom than ever before. In this “Why tiny houses can save the earth infographic” we cover just some of the ways that tiny houses can help the environment.

 

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Sjouke (36) is founder of Sterk voor Wasbaar and mother of two boys of 4 and 2. When her youngest son was 3 months old she realised what great amount of diaperwaste was produced by her son every day and started to look into cloth diapers. She became an avid ambassador for cloth diapers when she noticed on one in her surrounding knew anything about modern cloth diapers. In order to make cloth diapers better known, take away prejudices and lower thresholds to start using cloth diapers  she started Sterk voor Wasbaar.
Sjouke (36) is founder of Sterk voor Wasbaar and mother of two boys of 4 and 2. When her youngest son was 3 months old she realised what great amount of diaperwaste was produced by her son every day and started to look into cloth diapers. She became an avid ambassador for cloth diapers when she noticed on one in her surrounding knew anything about modern cloth diapers. In order to make cloth diapers better known, take away prejudices and lower thresholds to start using cloth diapers  she started Sterk voor Wasbaar.
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