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Non toxic materials to look for in furniture for a healthy home

Non toxic materials to look for in furniture for a healthy home

Furniture is part of your home, your feel-good space, your retreat. It is close to you, it accompanies you for a long time. Isn't it incredibly important that this furniture is good for you, that is, non-toxic?

on May 25, 2021
Urban nature: Flowering islands in the middle of concrete

Urban nature: Flowering islands in the middle of concrete

More and more people are moving into cities. Urban space is becoming more and more dense and expansive. In times of climate change and traffic collapse, inhabitants are facing major challenges: heat, heavy rain, particulate matter, waste. There are many projects on how to bring nature to the city: Green roofs, planted house facades and flowering traffic islands make life in the city healthier, more social and more livable.
on April 06, 2021
Getting in touch with mother nature

Getting in touch with mother nature

There are countless ways to get back in touch with Mother Nature. Not everyone has this natural need, but it will do everyone good to step outside. Tips and different resources will help! It's worth it to get completely lost in nature via microadventures on your own doorstep, small excursions or letting yourself drift. After all, we are all a part of nature
on February 25, 2021
Dangerous waste: More plastic than fish in the ocean

Dangerous waste: More plastic than fish in the ocean

About two thirds of the earth's surface is covered by oceans. If you calculate in three-dimensional space and add the volume at depth, they even take up 90% of the total living space on earth. While we can get a good impression of the flora and fauna of the coastal areas by diving and snorkelling ourselves, only a fraction of the dark deep sea has been explored, estimated to be no more than 5%. But even here the human being has already left traces in the form of microplastics.

on November 16, 2020