What it's like to live off the grid without fossil fuels
As the energy industry and politics shifts focus to sustainable power sources, individuals are also making more eco-conscious choices in their daily lives. People around the world already participated in recycling and reducing waste, but some are now transitioning to a completely "off the grid" lifestyle. That means living in homes and communities that rely entirely on sustainable building materials, power, water and even food. Michael Reynolds is a "biotect" and creator of Earthship Biotecture, an architecture firm that builds these kinds of houses. He explains how they work and what it's like to live without fossil fuels.