Monolithic domes: perfect shelter for struggling cultures and impoverished lands

April 19th, 2007 |
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Rebecca South, president of Domes for the World, explains how her non-profit is using unique building technology to built very inexpensive and durable structures for third-world countries. But, we talk about how she got into the dome-building business (her dad was one of the innovators in dome building) and have a fun talk. This interview was done on my visit to Salt Lake City, thanks to Rocky Mountain Voices.

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