To philosopher Peter-Paul Verbeek, trusting technology is essential to progress. So long as we keep hold of our connection to nature.
Some of the rarest plants are critically endangered due to human activity. We should be doing more to stop the threats they face.
Philosopher Martijntje Smits and our futurologist Jacintha Scheerder discuss bonds between nature and technology.
We consider fresh ways to remain focused, in a world which is becoming ever more technologically demanding.
Julia Plevin, founder of the Forest Bathing Club tells us why the Japanese practice of 'Shinrin-yoku' is more important now than ever.
Fortunately, amidst the ocean of distractions that we navigate through daily, there is some help out there to keep us on track.
Nat Mady talks about her favourite stress-buster herb, with natural sedative qualities that ease feverishness and tension.
Rooted in mythological mystery and the perfect first-aider. The secrets of yarrow, as told by herb expert Nat Mady.
This week, we explore the hidden wonders of Rosemary with herb expert Nat Mady.
The first in our collaborative series with Hackney Herbal, founder Nat Mady offers alternative tips for herbs and harvesting.
Our first intelligence article by our futurologist Jacintha Scheerder, explores how lavender can influence our ability to trust others.
Biofit is a brand new nature-inspired gym concept that aims to bring the great outdoors into urban fitness environments.
Rethinking the learning environment. We’ve curated some quick fixes to bring the great outdoors into the schools and classrooms.
We catch up with co-founder Martijn Lukaart about the plant-monitoring system keeping you up close and personal with your plant.
Ermi van Oers tell us about the magical possibilities of plant electricity and her product, Living Light, a lamp that harvests its energy through bacteria in the soil.
Grown CEO Toon Roozen is the product designer and entrepreneur trying to make growing edible greens as easy and accessible as possible.
Florentine think-tank Pnat is responding to the question of how we're going to cope with feeding the world's population with the Jellyfish Barge, a self-sufficient, floating greenhouse.
There’s a gap between the health properties of house plants and how consumers see them. Ogreen Clean Machines aims to bring the two together.
How can we create green spaces in cities? We talk to De Ceuvel about their circular vertical gardening methods.
Maggie Keswick Jencks and Charles Jencks envisioned Maggie's Centre, a cancer care centre inspired by the healing qualities of nature and architecture.
Created by Danilo Sampaio and William Victor Camilleri, the green creature Hortum machina, B moves according to the needs of the plants.
Garden designer Anke Wijnja of Bureau Fonkel is in charge of the Ceuvel’s purifying park and shares the fascinating process of phytoremediation techniques.
“Could you turn on the plant?” It sounds strange but it might become a common phrase in the near future.
Tergooi’s Chemo Garden could be the first in a long line of hospital innovations, where the benefits and healing powers of plants and flowers can be thoroughly researched.