There is one thing I owe to the pandemic. The refreshing thought that the city is not indispensable. I bid farewell to the thought of it as an exclusive synonym for the future.
The Karaites are Poland’s smallest ethnic minority. What do we know about their history? And what does their future hold?
A philosopher discusses different kinds of walking.
Our in-house ‘coaching guru’ shares his wisdom – this time on the joys of mystery text messages.
Managing our water use is one of the most important steps we can take in influencing the local microclimate and living ecologically.
Hans Ole Matthiesen talks about life on the Danish island Christiansø – a peaceful part of the Ertholmene archipelago in the Baltic Sea.
Get to know the Four S’s! These guidelines allow anyone to understand how water flows across landscapes, from spring to river mouth.
Walking backwards has many health benefits – it strengthens our muscles, is an efficient form of exercise, and can even prevent disease.
A living machine can help you recycle and purify wastewater – which you can then use to water the crops in your (balcony) garden.
Microplastics are almost imperceptible to the human eye. Yet their impact on the environment is shocking – as evidenced by the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.