University of Leeds’ Sustainable Garden

Built more than 2 years ago in from a partnership with University of Leeds’ sustainability department, the Sustainable garden won the category of ‘Landscape, Public Realm and Public Art’ in the Leeds Architecture Awards, the same year of its creation in 2013. Hosting drop-in session all along the year, every Wednesday, anyone can join the … More University of Leeds’ Sustainable Garden

The Ocean Cleanup

©The Ocean Cleanup Boyan Slat, a young Dutch born in 1994, created what could be a game changer for the polluted oceans. According to scholars as Eriksen (2014), more than 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic are currently in the oceans. That plastic is responsible of the death of more than 1 billions seabirds and more than 100.000 marine … More The Ocean Cleanup

Riverford Farm,

©Riverford Back in 1993, Guy Watson, a veg lover from Devon in United-Kingdom, started to delivered from the back of an old Citroën, fresh and organic veg boxes, to his friends and family. Those vegetables, grown on his parents’ farm, the family owned since 1951. Today, Guy Watson delivered more than 47 000 veg boxes all … More Riverford Farm,

Permaculture; La Ferme du Bec Hellouin

©Eric Bernard- L’Express When Perrine and Charles Hervé-Gruyer bought that small land in Normandie-France, he was a sailor wandering seas, and she was a brilliant lawyer in Hong-Kong. When they invested in that project, they were far from imagining that their modest farm will become a model of sustainability and permaculture, studied, admired and copied in … More Permaculture; La Ferme du Bec Hellouin