May 17, 2017

Graham Hill: The Profound Power of Living Small

Graham Hill: The Profound Power of Living Small

The easiest way to go green is to just start by going smaller. Just realize, that particularly in the US there’s this real phenomenon. We’ve over the last 60 years supersized ourselves in this crazy...


The easiest way to go green is to just start by going smaller. Just realize, that particularly in the US there’s this real phenomenon. We’ve over the last 60 years supersized ourselves in this crazy way. 1000 square feet was the average housing size back in the 50’s. Now it’s like 2700 with smaller families. We have three times the space per person that we used to. – Graham Hill


Graham hails from the small town of Sutton, Quebec, Canada. He has a Bachelor of Architecture with distinction from Carleton University in Ottawa and did advanced studies in Industrial Design at E.C.I.A.D, Vancouver. He founded TreeHugger in 2004 with the goal of driving sustainability mainstream. Graham is also the CEO of LifeEdited, a project devoted to living well with less.


 

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