Graham Hill Explains How Less Stuff Leads to More Freedom at TED

TreeHugger Founder Graham Hill stopped by the TED Conference recently to outline his LifeEdited project—and explain why a keen ability to edit will be the most important skill of the next century.

Watch a video of the talk below:

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In the end, the goal of the LifeEdited project was not to strip everything away—rather, it was to cut down to the essential in order to open more opportunities with less space and fewer things.

And moving into a sub-500 square foot apartment is not necessary. Graham explains how the project holds lessons for everyone, regardless of where they are starting from.

Read more about LifeEdited:
Help Design, Build an Ultra-Low Footprint Apartment: The LifeEdited Project
Winners Selected in LifeEdited Competition To Design New York Apartment
LifeEdited: What We Can Learn From Camping Equipment

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