With more people joining the urban ranks, city planners, designers and architects are finding ways to help our cities grow in the right direction.
A New York artist and activist group sees inspiration in the weeds that are growing in our concrete cities.
There are many flower varieties that will reduce hay fever sufferers to a sniffling mess, says Doctor Green. But also many that won't.
We met at his Amsterdam studio to talk favourite flowers, nature’s inspirations and fertility from a male perspective.
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Introducing our dedicated plant guru, Doctor Green. Come rain or come shine, the doctor is ready to solve all your plant problems.
Alongside his partner Shio Kusaka, artist Jonas Wood is exhibiting his work on European soil for the first time.
To philosopher Peter-Paul Verbeek, trusting technology is essential to progress. So long as we keep hold of our connection to nature.
Lotte van Baalen, the creator of Plants on Pink, is here to tell us why our millennial plant addiction is more than just a craze.
Philosopher Martijntje Smits and our futurologist Jacintha Scheerder discuss bonds between nature and technology.
With immense variety available to us in supermarkets today, it's easy to forget they all depend on places like Svalbard's Seed Vault.
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