We build houses and schools using revolutionary Earthbag technology, and teach others to do the same.

Our mission is to build with the earth, not against it. Using the soil from under peoples's feet we help villagers in developing countries build disaster-resistant, affordable and eco-friendly homes and schools, and teach an emerging class of builders, architects and engineers to build safely and sustainably. 

breaking news: good earth nepal is now Good earth global!

Nepal recently became the first country on Earth to officially recommend and approve of Earthbag technology; our Earthbag designs have been published in the federal government's official Reconstruction Catalog and ordinary Nepali families can now build their own Earthbag homes, with government rebuilding aid. With these developments Nepal has emerged as a world leader in sustainable building for the masses. 

We now seek to spread these breakthroughs to other developing countries, and with this new challenge are changing our name from Good Earth Nepal to Good Earth Global.

As reflected in our current project roster Good Earth Global's commitment to assisting Nepalis most in need is stronger than ever, and we thank the Nepali people for providing us and those around the world with enlightened leadership and renewed hope for a safer, cleaner planet.

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HIGHLIGHTS

In partnership with Anna University (Madurai, India) we built an Earthbag Meeting Center on campus, and taught Earthbag building to Anna students.

In partnership with Anna University (Madurai, India) we built an Earthbag Meeting Center on campus, and taught Earthbag building to Anna students.

Received award for "Best Rural Design" from Nepal's Prime Minister Oli, in a competition organized by the Nepal Engineers' Association

Received award for "Best Rural Design" from Nepal's Prime Minister Oli, in a competition organized by the Nepal Engineers' Association

Built First Earthbag Toilet Prototype in India. The toilet will be used by homeless people rescued from the streets, orphans, mentally ill and elderly.

Built First Earthbag Toilet Prototype in India. The toilet will be used by homeless people rescued from the streets, orphans, mentally ill and elderly.

Sponsored International Earthbag Conference in Madurai, India, and delivered keynote address to over 650 participants.  

Sponsored International Earthbag Conference in Madurai, India, and delivered keynote address to over 650 participants.  

Our Earthbag Technical Report was published by the Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA).  Read Full article Here.

Our Earthbag Technical Report was published by the Nepal Engineers’ Association (NEA).  Read Full article Here.

We presented Earthbag technology to Nepal's Minister of Education

We presented Earthbag technology to Nepal's Minister of Education

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