MEXICO′S VERTICAL GARDENS ON CITY′S HIGHWAYS

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The columns of Mexico City′s busiest highways have been converted into more than 600,000 square feet of vertical gardens stretching across 27km. Through its project tagged Via Verde, it has transformed over 1,000 previously bare and boring concrete pillars of its elevated highway. It is acclaimed to be the “greatest urban greening project under construction […]

2020: The Year of the Earth

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2020, what a year right? I remember how we all ushered in the new year with the usual optimism, hopes, resolutions and fanfare. Then COVID-19 happened. Everyone, everything, everywhere was impacted. For the first time in decades the entire world came to standstill. Our hearts, prayers and thoughts go out to everyone especially those who […]

STOP. BREATHE. EXHALE. What are you breathing?

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We do it all day and all night; we don’t even need to think about it. But how healthy is the air we breathe? According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), 9 out of 10 people on earth breathe polluted air. In many parts of the world, air pollution levels remain dangerously high leaving people […]

BENEFITS OF INDOOR PLANTS

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INDOOR PLANTS/ HOUSE PLANTS are plants that are grown indoors in places such as residences and offices. The practice of keeping indoor plants can be traced back to the early Greeks and Romans who started bringing their plants in from the outdoors. The Victorians were known to love potted palms while the 70s was the […]