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Renewability Makes Something Valuable

by Martin Prechtel In the village, people used to build their houses out of traditional materials, using no iron or lumber or nails, but the houses were magnificent. Many were sewn together out of bark and fiber. Like the house of the … Continue reading

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La renovación da valor a las cosas / Renewability Makes Something Valuable

– por Martin Prechtel (May 13, 2016) [English below] En los pueblos, la gente solía construir sus casas con materiales tradicionales, no usaban hierro o madera o clavos, pero las casas eran magníficas. Muchas se cosían juntas hechas de corteza … Continue reading


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