Social housing falls under the domain of public housing, which is tenured living facilities that are sponsored by the government. Social housing, however, may also be owned by NGOs, or any combination of local government and non-profit organization ownership, with the aim of providing affordable housing to its residents. Now, social housing is gaining popularity because it has been found to be quite green in its practice, by incorporating passive ventilation, evaporative cooling and/or rainwater retention to provide for its tenants. Couple this with the idea of community gardens and irrigation, and you have a model of sustainable housing.
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