This family is living an eco-friendly lifestyle

They grow their own vegetables, store rainwater, and make their own personal care products. This is how this family is transitioning to an eco-friendly lifestyle. Brut Nature took a tour of their house.

04/03/2019 11:16 AM
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  • Laurence C.
    04/03/2019 11:27

    Full of shit mate, do you think as all of us have that space and those franchises again

  • Sara L.
    04/03/2019 12:23

    check this out!

  • Zolly E.
    04/03/2019 12:36

    Well, they clearly have money.

  • Astrid V.
    04/03/2019 13:47

    det bliver dig

  • Michael G.
    04/03/2019 16:18

    Yeah, but who has the actual initial capital to make all that sh!t happen? Buy land, build a house, plant a garden, put in a catchment system, etc., etc. Only the rich, it would seem... :(

  • Mohsin U.
    04/03/2019 18:50

    Using and storing rain water? Wait until you get fined or sued by the government 😂

  • Shobhana R.
    04/03/2019 18:52

    having money is not enough knowing how to use it shows true entrepreneurship in this case , the ultimate business of being one with nature. bravo

  • Adela C.
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  • Sohail S.
    04/03/2019 21:48

    Great eco family

  • H B.
    04/04/2019 02:41

    My dream life

  • Dorota B.
    04/04/2019 05:39

    good inspitarion

  • Eco W.
    04/04/2019 12:49

    Goals 💪

  • Julie C.
    04/04/2019 20:59

    , allez, toi aussi tu utilises du savon noir! Tu y es presque!!!

  • Iris B.
    04/04/2019 22:48


  • Padraigin D.
    04/04/2019 23:39

    Imagining all of the money they must save and how much healthier they must be..That toilet must stink.. What about an incinerator toilet?

  • Jamie B.
    04/06/2019 13:23

    They all look skinny and cold

  • Jesse A.
    04/07/2019 11:46

    what an ego trap lmao

  • Marion S.
    04/07/2019 11:56

    It’s gone a bit far when the wife looks anorexic from only eating vegetables and is constantly shivering because she’s freezing. Nice in theory but there’s a quality of life issue here - it’s called misery.

  • Abby L.
    04/07/2019 12:25

    thought you’d find it interesting

  • Tena S.
    04/07/2019 13:03

    I applaud their efforts yet they don’t look well and did you notice how thin she is and how many times she rubbed her hands together? She is freezing! I’m all for being eco responsible but when your body is telling you otherwise I think a few modifications are necessary.