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This isn’t the first time the world has had to deal with global food shortages. Through the World Wars, people started victory gardens out of necessity and were resilient through times of hardship. Unfortunately, the globalized food system doesn’t look...
The shop provides high-quality health, kitchen and beauty products with minimal packaging, all from local and small businesses. Their zero-waste system allows customers to bring their own containers and fill up on products, eliminating the need for plastic packaging, and...
CURV, a 60-storey residential development, will be the world’s tallest passive house building. Passive house buildings are modern, low carbon, energy-efficient, and contribute to a healthier planet, which the Brivia team notes will ‘mirror the environmental ethos of the city...
Having multiple crops throughout the spring and then different crops in the summer is a great way to maximize your yield in a given growing year. “Succession planting”, which means planting one crop right after another is finished, is especially...
The Last Tourist is a film that every traveller should watch. Why? Because awareness and education are critical to a more sustainable way forward in the tourism industry. If we do not do our part, the world as we know...
From cabbage loopers to squash bugs to tomato hornworms and everything in between, pests can be a real deterrent for gardeners. It can feel like no matter what you do, these little critters come and decimate the crop you've worked...
Elote (aka grilled Mexican corn on the cob) is a street food that is very popular in Mexico and the United States. It’s often served on a stick, but not always. Easy to prepare, it will help you rediscover fresh...
Drip (Templar Books) by Maggie Li follows a raindrop on its journey through the water cycle, highlighting how nature is full of changes. For ages 2 to 5. Seed (Templar Books) by Maggie Li tells the story of Pip, an apple...
Zero-waste gardening is known as the practice of growing food and plants while focusing on the conservation of all resources. It ensures that nothing goes into the landfills, new materials aren’t made, and the practices aren’t harmful towards the environment...
The way we use green terminology is critical, and we need to be as precise and accurate as possible when talking about the climate. In 2019, climate activist Greta Thunberg said, “It’s 2019. Can we all now please stop saying...
The climate crisis is a dire problem, and collective efforts from around the globe are urgently needed to protect and preserve the planet. There is a lot to tackle, and it’s easy to get discouraged by all the doomscrolling, but...
Designed by 3Dreid for The Co-operative Group, One Angel Square is a sleek and sustainable office building in Manchester, United Kingdom, the first in the country to achieve a BREEAM ‘outstanding’ rating. It was awarded the A+ Energy Performance Certificate,
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