Welcome! I’m Chris, creator of Practical Sustainability. I’ve been planning this organisation since around 2009, building prototypes for it since 2014, and it’s time to get serious and start publishing some results and see what happens.
Since the main goal of Practical Sustainability is to research, develop, document and publish ways you can Do It Yourself, cheaply, using recycled materials – I doubt there is much capitalist style funding on the horizon.
To avoid the cost of expensive outsourced skills crippling these projects or simply making them impossible to begin with, I’ve been gradually learning all the necessary skills to ensure completion of all projects, even if only minimum wage funding is possible. Use of recycled materials will reduce other expenses significantly!
Practical Sustainability is a non-profit enterprise dedicated to designing, building and testing sustainability solutions.
We aim to find the most practical options that can be accomplished by any individual, on a very low budget, even if they live in high-density urban areas.
We believe that any sustainable solution must be attainable by anyone on the planet, which is often impossible for most currently available commercial products due to price. The majority of the world cannot easily afford basic essentials, let alone worrying about buying products to become sustainable.
Once cheap D.I.Y solutions are proven and tested, we will offer free tutorials and information to anyone who is interested in reducing their environmental impact.
Under construction! /// 28/11/2018 – chris
- Construction site management
- Risk and Hazard assessment
- Graphic design
- 2D animation
- 3D modelling and drafting
- Scale model building
- Video editing
- Electronics & Micro-controllers
- Fitting and Machining
- Small business management
- Digital marketing
- Social Media Management
- Website building and content production
Click here to see our most recent project list. (Under construction)
If you would like to contact us, help, or find out more, visit:
There will be other contact methods available soon, but for now, facebook is it!