The Landscape from my window. ¿A virus that kills or awakens us?

For the past few decades, the loss of the natural landscape due to the exponential growth of our cities has been abysmal.

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Chamaedorea

(Chamaedorea elegans)
Familia: Arecaceae

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Rimbin: An Infection-free Playground Inspired by Nature

RIMBIN IS AN INFECTION-FREE PLAYGROUND, WHERE CHILDREN CAN PLAY, TALK, AND LAUGH TOGETHER WITHOUT RISKING THE SPREAD OF COVID-19, AND WITHOUT LOSING THE FUN OF PLAYING.

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INSECT HOTELS

All the mini-hotels for bugs that we build are made completely out of recycled materials such as wooden slabs, drawers, unwanted wood, etc., and their fillings are obtained from nature itself, and are also reusable products such as: sticks, logs, bark, old bricks, cans, straw, etc., making the construction of each one of our mini-hotels a selftaught and artisanal labor.

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Landscaping and Biodiversity: The right tree in the right place

Cities grow all over the world. In 2017, more than 50% of the world’s population first lived in cities and it is estimated that by 2050 the percentage will have increased to 70%.

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Indoor plant species that makes you feel like you are outdoors

During the isolation derived from the current pandemic, indoor plants have become more relevant, especially in cities where yards or gardens are hardly found.

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Spring Silences: The Reappearance of Flora and Fauna in Cities

It’s been fifty-eight years, in a period marked by economic growth and unbridled consumerism, since Rachel Carson wrote in the United States her book “Silent Spring”².

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THE RETURN OF THE DISPLACED ANIMALS

Many species of animals move away from areas with human presence or activity and, therefore, as human populations have grown, many native species have been displaced.

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Dalia

(Dahlia coccinea)
Family: Asteraceae

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