Monday, November 14, 2011

Is an eco prison sustainable? (video)

Welcome to Bastoy Prison, located on an island in Norway.

115 inmates live in unlocked houses and are responsible for
the care of about 200 chickens, eight horses, 40 sheep and 20
cows.

They also tend the fields, pick berries and fish on the
prison's 30-foot boat.

Take a look at the world's first self sufficient eco prison!

Video:(3:06) http://www.nextworldtv.com/page/5720.html


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