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:

We are excited to announce that based on our designs and advocacy Nepal has become the first country in the world to officially APPROVE and RECOMMEND Earthbag technology!

WE ARE FURTHER PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT GOOD EARTH NEPAL EARTHBAG DESIGNS HAVE NOW BEEN PUBLISHED IN THE NEPAL  GOVERNMENT'S  "DESIGN CATALOGUE FOR RECONSTRUCTION OF EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT HOUSES", MEANING MILLIONS OF ORDINARY NEPALIS AND EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS RECEIVING GOVERNMENT AID CAN NOW BUILD SAFE AND AFFORDABLE EARTHBAG HOMES!

The catalog is available for download from the government website: www.dudbc.gov.np/news/195

OR you CAN DIRECTLY DOWNLOAD IT FROM HERE: www.dudbc.gov.np/files/download/549abfe0da986e4

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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.

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.  

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

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

The Earth Institute of Columbia University published an article about Good Earth Global and our work. Read the full article here: "Harnessing Soil to Rebuild Rural Nepal."

The Earth Institute of Columbia University published an article about Good Earth Global and our work. Read the full article here: "Harnessing Soil to Rebuild Rural Nepal."

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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