New year, new goals

2021 got off to a relaxing start for me and I hope you had a safe and soothing one too. Despite democracy being under threat in the USA and other countries, COVID19 causing further death, pain and lockdowns, I am trying to stay positive and channel my energy into areas I can make a difference. TL;DR: This year I am looking to campaign for the Green Party in Milton Keynes external link , find and buy land to build my carbon farm and Earthship external link as well as organising a series of hackathons with Protospace external link ....

January 23, 2021 · 2 min · Axel Segebrecht

Earthship and Carbon Farm Milton Keynes Updates

Visit the Earthship & Carbon Farm MK community external link Visit www.carbonfarmmk.com external link

October 13, 2020 · 1 min · Axel Segebrecht

My carbon farm and Earthship MK

I’m happy to announce the foundation of a new community on Orbit to help move my project from the drawing board to reality. Please join or stop by to say hello at EarthshipMK.com external link 🙂 Create a self-sufficient and sustainable farm to create building materials and food crops while capturing as much carbon as possible and sequestering it into the soil and produce. The goal is to capture as much carbon (CO2) as Milton Keynes releases in a year and share the knowledge gained with others through partnerships with education providers and industry partners....

September 15, 2020 · 1 min · Axel Segebrecht

Lets be a carbon farmer

August 28, 2020 · 0 min · Axel Segebrecht

What would you rather do with your life?

Work to pay a mortgage and buy shiny things while doing a job you loathe or spend time with loved ones, living a happier life while saving the planet? The alarm rings at its usual time. My tired eyes strain to make out the shape of the rectangular room. It is 6.45am and my body has been busy reminding me for 45 minutes that it wanted relieve. While I crawl out of bed to start the normal routine and gently wake up my kids, I wonder what terrors lie ahead for me today....

November 14, 2019 · 4 min · Axel Segebrecht