|Re: Synergy update||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Eric D. Hart (erichartmtn.org)|
|Date: Mon, 3 Jun 1996 22:25:36 -0500|
Gary Shlifer boasts on this list: >There's no bout a doubt it. Synergy Cohousing will be the most comprehensive >community in Florida and elsewhere. We call ourselves a sustainable >cohousing community that makes sense. So what exactly are you doing that is sustainable? How do you define what is sustainable and evaluate the alternatives? Lots of communities talk about sustainable design during the design phase but many of those things fall through the cracks when push comes to shove. How will you assure that these things actually get into the homes you actually live in? Have you found an architect that has a clue about these sorts of things and will find a way to make it happen? I want all kinds of sustainable things to get into cohousing communities but am just commenting on what has happened with other communities trying to do these things. >There is now doubt that Synergy will be a role model for international >mainstream and cohousing community alike. How will it be a role model? With such claims I like to know the details about what is different about your community so I can evaluated the claim. Can't let such boasting go unchallenged. :-) We definitely want to know what is so great about your community and try it ourselves! Eric D. Hart *We do strawbale construction workshops! Community Eco-design Network *Call (612) 305-2899 for more information Minneapolis, MN USA * Check out our WWW page: erichart [at] mtn.org http://www.umn.edu/nlhome/m037/kurtdand/cen
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