Tiny Houses vs. Climate Change
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Michael Bartz talks to me about all things tiny houses, environmentalism, and climate change. When Michael hand-built his own tiny house on wheels, it set him on the path to thinking more about how what we do and how we live impacts climate change and inspired him to start his podcast, In Over My Head, to discuss that with others. In this interview, we talk about his show, his tiny house and its special features, and more.

Full show notes and images at thetinyhouse.net/198

In This Episode:

  • Tiny house, big impact
  • From trailer to hinges, Michael’s tiny home is truly custom
  • How they found parking (It starts with relationships)
  • Tips to lower your environmental impact
  • Is off-grid really more environmentally friendly?

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