November 2011
Petits Propos Culinaires;Nov2011, Issue 93, p12
Academic Journal
The article presents the author's insights regarding the efforts of ecological group to establish a settlement that urges low-carbon-footprint living on their land. The author implies that though these people aim to live on their land in sustainability, they are actually living like the residents of conventional housing estate. The author expresses his dismay that ecological groups are in fact seem to own motor vehicles and drive their children to school every day.


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