“We teach how to build, but what we build teaches us how to live.”
–Richard Register, founder of the EcoCity movement
(Photo credit: Anna LaRue)
During the holidays, I spent a couple weeks traveling in Cameroon. It is dry season there, and it is especially dry in the northern part of the country. The riverbeds are bone-dry sand.
Water is so precious that every single leaking water meter I saw had a bucket under it to catch the extra drops. The photo above was taken near a main road in the city of Ngaoundéré. While someone else is paying for the water, none of it is wasted.
We’re back from winter travels and other holiday adventures. We’ll be putting up new posts and updating the events and webinar pages over the next couple days. Happy 2012!