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Proper management of the biodegradable waste we generate at home is very important to the environment. Recycling it, through composting or selective collection methods, helps contribute to the circular economy.
Beyond parks and green spaces, biophilic design integrates architecture and nature into buildings from a dual perspective, improving the health of citizens, as well as opening the way to more sustainable cities. But what is the scientific basis for this trend?
The microbiota is the set of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, etc.) that live in a particular environment. Our digestive system benefits from its presence, as these microorganisms produce energy and vitamins and help absorb calcium and iron.
The natural beauty of Lake Peñuelas National Reserve (Chile) can now be viewed from a new privileged position: the top floor of the tallest wooden building in Latin America, which symbolizes a growing architectural trend in different areas of the planet. The use of this age-old material promises environmental sustainability, novel experiences for its inhabitants and a new benchmark for the cities of the future.