Raak geinspireerd door alles wat met de Eetbare Stad te maken heeft: urban farming, slow food, stadslandbouw, buurtmoestuinen, eetbare plantsoens. Krijg inzicht in de organisaties die zich hier mee bezig houden.
Om de inwoners van dit deel van de randstad te informeren over Permacultuur en de mogelijkheden ervan en de verschillende buurtinitiatieven die er ontstaan zijn zich te laten presenteren, is dit festival georganiseerd
Actie 'Boeren planten bomen' vandaag van start De actie ‘Boeren planten bomen’ van Landschap Erfgoed Utrecht stimuleert agrariërs en bewoners van het buitengebied in de provincie Utrecht streekeigen...
Much of the new housing in China is of a sturdy reinforced concrete construction, and once Mr. Peng had realised that his building had a sturdy flat roof, he made plans for his green roof & rooftop farm. (Urban Agriculture Hits the Rooftops in China: After moving to Yang Xunqiao Town, Shaoxing County in Zhejiang Pro... http://bit.ly/hW3QaU
Agricultural Urbanism is a proposed residential project that combines thousand year old terrace farming with modern construction. Each level has its own terrace where a number of crops can be grown privately and communally.
More of the world’s people live in cities–according to the United Nations by 2050, approximately 70 percent of humans will be urban-dwelling. And at least 800 million people worldwide practice urban agriculture today.Urban agriculture can improve household nutrition, provide additional income, and increase food security
A new report by the Urban Design Lab (UDL) of Columbia University’s Earth Institute explores the potential for urban agriculture in New York City. The report, “The Potential for Urban Agriculture in New York City,” complements the existing discussion on sustainable cities. Developing agricultural spaces within or near urban areas has a great potential to reduce food transportation costs and environmental effects, as well as provide opportunities for economic development and diminish the disparities in access to healthy foods. In order to become a viable option to food production for the masses, urban agriculture must overcome challenges of scalability, energy efficiency and labor costs...
In a Sustainable City, the use of renewable resources is emphazised, resource consumption is minimized and resources are managed in a way that maximizes recovery and reuse. New system solutions provide scope for synergies between sewage, waste and energy production and enable coordination with efficient land use, landscape planning and transport systems. This is illustrated by the eco-cycle model which is essential for a definitive shift from linear to circular resource flows.
Container Gardening Tips voor nieuwkomers Container tuinen kan een natuurlijke heiligdom in een drukke straat in de stad te creëren, langs daken of op (Nieuw Blog Bericht, Container Gardening Tips voor nieuwkomers -
Ik maakte de eerste opzet voor het plan 'Stadslandbouw in 's-Hertogenbosch: in aanloop naar een eetbare stad'. Dat plan is aangepast naar de maatstaven van de gemeenteraad, maar een groot deel van de inhoud is het ...
Will urban vertical farms replace traditional farms? No, I doubt it. However, if certain crops were grown in them that we currently import from far away, then they could still significantly reduce our food-related carbon footprint.
Happiness itself is a commons to which everyone should have equal access.
That’s the view of Enrique Peñalosa, a politician who served as mayor of Bogotá, Colombia for three years, and now travels the world spreading a message about how to improve quality-of-life for everyone living in today’s cities.
Peñalosa’s ideas stand as a beacon of hope for cities of the developing world, which even with their poverty and immense problems will absorb much of the world’s population growth over the next half-century. Based on his experiences in Bogotá, Peñalosa believes it’s a mistake to give up on these cities as good places to live.
15 oktober - Permacultuur proeftuin op stadsboerderij Caetshage 10 jaar Zaterdag 15 oktober kijken we terug op 10 seizoenen permacultuur proeftuin op stadsboerderij Caetshage. We hebben in die 10 jaar...
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