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Globe Trotting

A team of architects, engineers, sculptors, and carpenters have banded together to create homes for communities in rural Haiti still reeling in the wake of the 2010 earthquake. The folks behind the Konbit Shelter Project use bags filled with adobe to create vaulted, rounded dwellings that are disaster-resistent and sustainable. Want to help? The project is raising money via Kickstarter. [Laughing Squid]