18/04/2013Posted on: Urban gardens
We’re all lovers of Nature and its beauty. We all care about planet Earth.
This is why Grow the Planet calls everybody to join in the official United Nations Earth Day, scheduled for April 22nd, which focuses on saving our environment and ecosystems.
Become a part of the campaign together with Grow the Planet!
17/04/2013Posted on: Urban gardens
Walking along the canals of the Bonapartedok, in the port of Antwerp, you may come across an abandoned crane barge, anchored in front of the MAS Museum. Take a close look at it, because what you’ll see isn’t exactly what you’d expect to find; instead of a heap of rusty old iron you’ll discover a flourishing floating vegetable garden.
Martina Sabbadini and Silvia Venturelli09/04/2013Posted on: News
Cultivating the soil and relationships: these are the activities that form the basis of the civic and social agricultural experience we’re creating with the social agricultural cooperative Cavoli Nostri, at Feletto, just outside Turin, Italy, a reality created within the ambit of a charitable institute known as the Cottolengo.
04/04/2013Posted on: News
Growing vegetables in space. It sounds like a bizarre idea found in some novel from the golden age of science fiction, but, according to voices in China, nothing could be more real… and technically possible. Deng Yibing, deputy director of the Chinese Astronaut Research and Training Centre in Beijing, talked about the project to Xinhua, the principal Chinese news agency.
28/03/2013Posted on: News
Nature has always inspired creative people, with its harmonious shapes and infinite expressive nuances.
Aimée Baldwin is one of these people: always fascinated by the perfect details designed by Mother Nature, she reproduces birds and plants with almost scientific precision.