The Spanish students created a brochure for the ATADES ecovillage in Alagon, near Zaragoza. This village hires and welcomes handicapped people and operates completely with renewable energies. They use solar panels and resort to organic gardening, biomass heating, water recycling, plastic and cardboard recycling. Hosts can benefit from horse therapy and hydrotherapy.
Here is the brochure the German students made for this ecofashion designer. See also the video of the interview in the previous page.
Here is another brochure about the famous German ecofashion designer Claudia Lanius whose interview is available in the previous page. This designer resorts to hemp or organic cotton for her clothes so as to reduce or avoid pesticides, chemical fertilizers and excessive water consumption.
Have a read of these flyers made by the German students about Sine, another ecofashion designer.
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