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  • wapperend gordijn

What takes your breath away – indoors

Spring! Welcome back! The winter is over. The windows can be opened wide again, and the stale air replaced with something fresher. While most of us already realise that that’s probably good for us, Read More

  • GROEN BLAADJE

Green surroundings alter your brain

Growing up and living in the concrete environment of the city does not really benefit people’s wellbeing and vitality. But why is this? What is the effect of the city on our brain? Or Read More

  • picture from the air

Green living is good for your health, in the long term

The results of a recent study of the University of Exeter gives extra support for all those who are committed to making the urban environment greener: the effects on your health are noticeable on Read More

  • roofs of houses

Want to sell your house faster? Green can help.

It’s still quite problematic to sell your house. The number of houses for sale is large and young people starting out on the housing market find it difficult to get a mortgage making the Read More

Are motivated people approached the right way?

Are you a modern cosmopolitan with a high degree of social and ecological involvement, sensitive for social justice, solidarity, equality and opportunity for all? Do you feel responsible for what is happening in the Read More

  • green plant

Let plants remove particulate matter from your home

Did you know that chemical emission in the home is common? Emission from everyday products you wouldn't expect: building materials, cleaning products, disposables and printers are common sources of internal air pollution. More and Read More

  • Plantjes op vensterbank

It is important to age healthily. Green seems to be the forgotten ingredient.

Average life expectancy continues to rise and the large group of baby boomers is starting to reach pensionable age. Vitality is consequently an increasingly important theme, as the longer people are able to live independently, Read More

Have a chat with plants!

Can plants talk? And, better still, can we talk to plants? The answer to both questions is yes. Research is constantly teaching us more about how plants communicate, which therefore also shows us how Read More