Spiral Island Rises Again
Over the last several years I have wrote about Spiral Island, Reishee Sowa’s private island constructed out of a quarter of a million used pop bottles. Unfortunately the island was destroyed by a hurricane in 2007 and was forced to start over from scratch. Fast forward to the present and Reishee has become Rishi (and sometimes Richie) and his island has been reborn. His new island is a bit smaller, a modest 120,000 bottles, but he has “all the luxuries of home, including a private island for his ducks and a conch shell intercom system.” On his website Rishi notes: On his social networking website , Rishi tells us how his islands might benefit the world. This old world economy is upsetting nature’s balance and polluting the air, so now carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere are exponentially increasing as a seemingly ever growing world population using unecological industries continues to creep over the surface area of our gem of a planet and Mother Earth.
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