Street Art in Rotterdam: from art to sustainability in just a few steps

The second industrial city in the Netherlands combines street art and sustainable development to give its citizens a brand new conscience. If you find yourselves wandering around the pedestrian areas of Rotterdam, do not forget to look down at your feet. “Stand straight, walk proud” suggest the crosswalk that passes through one of the most chaotic […]

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Documentaries about the environment that you must see now

Movies and documentaries that open up our eyes, make us discover imaginable backgrounds and offer a critical look at the world and environmental issues, from climate change to junk food. Let’s discover together the documentaries that we absolutely must see. 1) An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Ten years from An Uncomfortable Truth, Directors Jon Shenk […]

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In Milan arrives the first italian baby bike sharing

Have you decided to pass your holidays downtown? Would you try something new to do? Are you nature lovers who love biking among the green zones of your city or in the countryside? Bike sharing is what you are looking for: 100% ecology and 100% fun. From this year there’s a new in town: baby […]

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A journey through the painted villages of Italy

There are in Italy beautiful villages, characterized by murals telling their history of ancient traditions. The Italian Association of Painted Villages, have censed all of them and we have decided to visit five of them. But do not stop here, and start discovering Italy’s most hidden corner, that perhaps are the most beautiful too. Orgosolo, Sardinia Between social […]

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After the earthquake the flowering of Castelluccio di Norcia is back

Citizens and the farmers of Castelluccio di Norcia have tried to save their village: they have, in part, succeeded. Even this year, the lucky tourists could admire the incredible flourishing of lentils. It all seemed lost after the October 30th earthquake. The roads were impractical, sowing seemed impossible. But the village did not give up, and […]

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Given, the story of a world-traveling family

Amion and Daize and their two children, Given and True, are a special family that has made their life a travel around the world – director Jess Bianchi’s documentary tell us about their story. “I do hope the film will inspire people to break from whatever, like, block they have in their life. Whether it’s a family […]

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10,000 trees to reforest the island of Pantelleria

A crowdfunding campaign has begun for Pantelleria, the Black Pearl of the Mediterranean, with the goal of planting 10,000 trees. It was May 29, 2016, when an arson hit the Great Mountain and the south-central part of the island of Pantelleria, off the coast of Sicily. It took four days to extinguish the fire that destroyed more […]

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The amazing walk over a Danish forest

A special walk in the heart of a magnificent Danish forest, next to the tops of the trees: the new eco-friendly project near Haslev, Copenhagen. Its name will be Treetop Experience and it should be one hour from Copenhagen, in the protected forest of Gisselfeld Klosters Skove, near the village of Haslev. The Danish design and architecture […]

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Denmark will be 100% organic

Denmark is the world’s leading producer of organic farming products. But it’s not enough, the government dreams of a 100% organic country. Denmark was one of the first countries to experiment with organic farming methods, soon renouncing pesticides. In addition to being one of the historical nations in this sense, it has quickly become one of […]

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Gandhi’s thinking on ecology and nature

«There is a sufficiency in the world for man’s need but not for man’s greed» Lawyer, philosopher and politician known throughout the world for his nonviolent struggle and philosophy, Mahatma Gandhi also reflected on the relationship between man and the environment, thus becoming a precursor to a modern type of environmentalism. In his words we […]

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