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These people joined the "fertile disobedience" movement to protect nature

Building societies that respect living things instead of destroying them. That's the idea behind the "fertile disobedience" movement. And it's the life that Jonathan and Caroline have chosen to raise their children. 🌿 Brut Nature visited their cabin.

06/11/2019 10:48 AM
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  • Rusty Y.
    02/13/2020 20:53

    It’s all fun and games until winter comes and baby gets really sick over time the bacteria levels become to infectious. tribes in other nations burn the huts before leaving for the winter then return in spring and build a new hut. It didn’t work in the 60s all those hippies went back home to live with their parents before going back to normal living

  • Ian H.
    01/24/2020 23:56

    This is the way we will all be living if the climate change idiots get there way only rich people will be able to afford power

  • Diane T.
    01/22/2020 20:58

    Civil disobedience at it’s best.

  • Shaun R.
    01/22/2020 07:16

    This all works fine in stable environments. Can't see people living like this in temporate regions of the world with severe temperature differentials and less vegetation for example... That's why these areas of the world developed faster than regions closer to the equator where it's warm and rich with life. Hats off the early Iceland settlers that must have been some crazy living

  • Michel J.
    01/21/2020 15:44

    En admiration dans la mesure ou je ne pourrai vivre une telle vie

  • Kay S.
    01/21/2020 04:39

    That all sounds great, but what do you do for your health care needs. Especially with a baby. What do you feed the child ? Obviously it can't eat nuts,plants and seeds until a certain age. What happens at school age for the child? Just wondering how you address these issues.

  • Claudia F.
    01/20/2020 21:11

    Great IF they own the land they built that cabin on otherwise they’re trespassing pretty simple concept. Build and live how you want on your own property

  • Amber B.
    01/20/2020 15:51

    They're really letting that babies head hang back like that huh Not at all surprised

  • Hwang I.
    01/20/2020 02:10

    How did they manage their hair? Btw, don't forget to take vaccines.

  • Evelina A.
    01/20/2020 00:41

    ❤️❤️❤️🙏🏻

  • Rodolfo P.
    01/19/2020 19:07

    , ,

  • Ana N.
    01/19/2020 18:03

    first i need to buy an island for a life like this (minus the baby)

  • Teb
    01/19/2020 17:10

    Cool ❤️

  • Rucelo N.
    01/19/2020 17:09

    ...this is so good. The planet is better when humans lives in this way.❣❣❣

  • Alex B.
    01/19/2020 16:45

    No deodorant for miles

  • Charlotte R.
    01/19/2020 16:24

    on déménage au cabanon?

  • Paula P.
    01/19/2020 15:54

    Awesome, love this 💕

  • Felicity H.
    01/19/2020 15:44

    You know they gonna get tired of that nettle sooner or later and hunt and gather wild boar!

  • Joshua M.
    01/19/2020 15:20

    Feel sorry for the child

  • Kerry C.
    01/19/2020 15:16

    How would you shave your legs ...