Some of the world’s rarest plants species are critically endangered due to human activity. We should be doing more to stop the threats they face.
With the immense variety available to us in supermarkets today, it's easy to forget they all depend on places like the Svalbard Global Seed Vault.
Julia Plevin, the founder of the Forest Bathing Club in San Francisco tells us why the Japanese practice of 'Shinrin-yoku' is more important now than ever.
Sure, adding plants to your home can do great things for your interior. But did you know these green creatures can help purify the air in your apartment?
Let it Grow CS is a full-on experience, inspiring visitors to discover the effects of the natural world on their busy urban lives.
How can we remain focused in a world which is becoming ever more technologically demanding?
Fortunately, amidst the ocean of distractions we must navigate through daily, there is some help out there to keep us on track.
Happy Plant Owner Tim de Broekert and his climbing philodendron plant are in for a long-term relationship.
In our first intelligence article scouted by our in-house futurologist Jacintha Scheerder, we explore the mounting research which argues that our ability to trust others can be influenced by the scent of lavender.
Amsterdam-based designer and researcher Lucila Kenny is on a mission to bring natural dyeing processes back and into the future.
In the first of a series of articles produced in collaboration with London’s Hackney Herbal, we speak with founder Nat Mady about alternative uses for herbs and how to harvest them.
We caught up with the founders of Rooftop Republic to hear how they are bringing local food production to one of the densest cities in the world.