As with ‘In Search of Habitus’, Dobberend Bos (‘dobbing forest’ in Dutch) is an initiative that could also question and alternate the relationship between human and nature. How do people, cities and nature relate to one another? Most of all, this floating forest is an inspiring project that makes Rotterdam a greener city!
A quarter of Atlanta's residents struggle to access healthy food. The Urban Food Forest hopes to tackle this problem.
We spoke to musician, biologist and plant enthusiast Karel Hendriks while taking a stroll around the local neighbourhood in Amsterdam North to investigate some of the city’s urban wastelands, rethinking how we could look at weeds in the city.
Climate adaptation doesn't have to be on a massive scale. This small-scale method sees urban brownfield sites transformed into tiny urban forests by local communities, improving biodiversity and combating climate change.