How to renovate & make your home green (er)

Hello, today I am happy to share this beautiful and useful infographic from, not only because this is a very important topic, but also because I am renovating my home. I am using the advice shared on this infographic to guide my choices and be more aware on how to renovate. Making my place […]

Responsible and sustainable gifts ideas

Hello everybody, after a while thinking about what to give to my loved ones, I have decided to share few responsible and sustainable Christmas gifts ideas. Let me say, the best present ever is always to give time to your family & friends, making cookies for example, but in case you need some other ideas […]

How to be green? With an app for food waste!

green With an app for food waste PareUp

PareUp wants to change the world, as WE want to. How can we be green just using an app? How can an app do that? PareUp connects its users with restaurants and grocery stores to buy excess product, avoiding, in this way, huge food waste. Apparently, this New York-based app developer aims to prevent food […]

3 words linked to biofuel: innovation, sustainable development & food

It is easy to understand where biofuel meets innovation, the more problematic is the link among biofuel, sustainable development and food. As showed in this article biofuel reduces the carbon intensity of commercial flights and it can also reduce particulate matter emissions by 3 percent, addressing the growing problem of air pollution near airports and metropolitan […]

Green lifestyle tips: a Green Home Guide

a Green Home Guide

Helping to save our planet may be more simple than you realise as there are lots of little things you can accomplish at home to help the environment and save you some money. A Green Home Guide produced by Sainsbury’s Home Insurance offers a step-by-step tip to assess your current energy usage at home and make […]

Green lifestyle: Jane and her Textilebeat are doing upcycling


Green lifestyle: Jane and her Textilebeat are doing upcycling Green lifestyle news: I met Jane Milburn for the first time at the Green Heart in Carindale, Brisbane, a month ago. I attended the fair to keep one eye on what local people here meant about sustainability. Jane made me curious about upcycling, and I had […]

Going Green: From the Stone Age to the Strip

Going Green in Sustainable Tourism World

How a building is made, what it is made with, and how it will remain efficient over its lifespan are questions that date way back. Yet as contractors, we live in a world that is no longer content to let the answer to those questions be dictated solely by the bottom line. Instead, major new […]

Are you curios about green shopping in Como?

Are you visiting Como? Are you curios about green shopping in Como, Italy? Would you like to change your life style? This is an example of green shopping possible to do in Como Lush made in UK I found lush is a very interesting and funny shop. I completely agree with their values and I […]

Ecomuseum introduction

Ecomuseum introduction Eco- Musei / eco-museum  Eco-museums originated in France, the concept being developed by George Henri Rivière and Hugue de Varine, who coined the term ‘ecomusée’ in 1971. The word “éco” is a shortened form of “écologie”, but it refers mainly to a new idea of the holistic interpretation of cultural heritage, in opposition […]