A ‘bee-pocalypse’ would change the world as we know it. Swarms of initiatives across the world are creating bee-friendly cities that welcome back this dwindling population.
On a recent trip to the Miracle Garden, our artist-in-residence Elspeth Diederix reminds us to appreciate the natural beauty of our surroundings.
100,000 endangered seed varieties, and 94% lost altogether in the 20th Century. We talked to pioneers of London’s preservation scene to find out how we can take action.
On a mission to save incredible plants on the brink of extinction. Carlos Magdalena sends a message to the world about biodiversity its importance for humanity.
Brooklyn Grange is not just bringing fresh organic produce to New Yorkers, it has the ingenuity to transform the agricultural industry as we know it.
A New York artist and activist group finds inspiration in the weeds that are growing in our concrete cities.
Regen Villages is a new self-sustaining community located just outside Amsterdam. The first families move into their homes in 2018.
With immense variety available to us in supermarkets today, it's easy to forget they all depend on places like Svalbard's Seed Vault.
Julia Plevin, founder of the Forest Bathing Club tells us why the Japanese practice of 'Shinrin-yoku' is more important now than ever.
Our deteriorating relationship with the natural world has carved a comfortable space for therapists, psychologists and social workers to unearth the therapeutic and remedial virtues of plants and gardens.