The first-of-its-kind project that is designed to save and reforest the Earth is now under way.
The Green Chimney Project aims to create a series of permanent green spaces in the world’s poorest countries and is the first of its kind in the country.
The project will also work to make the lives of those who live in these communities better, according to the group’s CEO, Alain Gourdel.
Gourdel, who has been working on this project for nearly 10 years, said that although there are many different types of homes that people can use, it is the idea of creating a temporary living space that resonates with many people.
“There are millions of people who are living in the poorest parts of the world, so the Green Chimneys is a way of creating space for them, not just the traditional homes, but for the people who don’t have much, but can afford to buy,” Gourmel said.
“The idea is to provide a safe, safe, and comfortable environment for them to live, so they can get the education they need, and have access to food, health, sanitation and education.”
The group’s first Green Chimelink, a 3,000-square-metre green space that will house two homes in the Gharwad district of Nepal, was launched in September.
It will be used to house four families for the first time in Nepal and is expected to open in March 2018.
Gourmel told The Times that the idea was born out of necessity, as the current housing stock in Nepal was poor.
“It’s a lot of housing, it’s a little bit overcrowded, there are no kitchens and no toilets, so what we can do is build small, temporary homes that have space for families, and then we can put these houses on the roads, so that people have access.”
We are trying to build a green society, so this is what we are trying, but we don’t know yet how we are going to achieve this goal.
“The Green Challet Project aims at reforestation in sub-Saharan Africa and will provide a place where communities can stay for a short period, so long as the homes are not too big or too small.
There are currently 4,000 green chimney homes built in countries across Africa.
The group is looking to expand the project to the whole of Africa, with a goal of providing 1,000 homes in Ethiopia by 2020.
At present, there is a lack of permanent homes in these countries, and the project aims to provide the first permanent green space for people living in extreme poverty.
A team of about 50 people has been building the Green Chalet project in Ethiopia, with the hope of turning it into a permanent green community by 2022.
More information about the project can be found here: Green Chimney: What’s it all about?
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