On restoring nature As published in The Optimist (Dutch) on 25 FEB 2022Author: Ed Smit If you ask Ed Smit, entrepreneur and founder of platform Eatthis.info, restoration of the natural environment starts with restoring mankind. We cannot ignore ourselves when we want to restore nature. That is how the survival instinct of a species works. […]
Sadhguru stimulates horticultural sector to take action towards a ‘Conscious Planet’. EatThis co-organizes meet up at Koppert on March 22 The renowned Indian Yogi and visionary Sadhguru meets with the Dutch horticultural sector on Tuesday morning March 22. Focus of this meeting lies on the Conscious Planet – Save Soil movement which Sadhguru launches this
Eat This 2 time finalist in Dutch Creativity Awards Horticulture puts itself in creative spotlight Dutch communication agency Roorda and Foundation NethWork (the driving force behind our international platform Eat This) are finalists in the Dutch Creativity Awards in two categories: ‘Design/Spatial’ and ‘Covid’. Never before was a horticultural project nominated twice for such prestigious,
May 17, 2020 Although the Guggenheim’s “Countryside” show was shuttered by the pandemic, its crop of cherry tomatoes is still growing, and feeding New Yorkers. The halls of the Guggenheim Museum are pretty quiet these days, with mostly just its ghosts and some security guards as company for the art. Oh, and there’s the guy
April 18, 2020 This week a farmer stepped into a curious white structure outside the Guggenheim Museum on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue and began to harvest tomatoes. “I grew about a hundred pounds,” he said proudly. David Litvin has farmed in Israel and in Ohio but this is the first time that he has worked soil
March 5, 2020 If an innovative solution to feeding the world’s growing population is to be found, it is likely to come from Wageningen, a quiet corner of Europe that is the nexus of global food science. But at what cost to the environment? In the low-lying Gelderse Valley some 85km east of Amsterdam, a
Februari 20, 2020 The architect, a champion of cities, now turns a spotlight on the countryside in a sprawling new exhibition about the other 98 percent of the world. A manifesto and love letter to the city in the 1970s, the book “Delirious New York” helped propel the reputation of a young, restless Dutch journalist-and-screenwriter-turned-architect.