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Pollinator Paths | NEW ZEALAND

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WHY ? The colonization of New Zealand impacted not only the indigenous population, the Maori, but also had devastated all endemic ecosystems. The outcomes of centuries of ecological upheavals has been one of the world’s largest rates of species, as birds, extinction. As an island, there is a high percentage of indigenous species and more […]

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Urban Foraging | NEW ZEALAND

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WHY ? The catastrophic earthquake of 2011 in Christchurch had massive impacts on the urban landscapes in the area. One of them is the emergence of large unused green space in some neighborhoods because of the potential risk of a soil collapsing in these areas. Before the tragic event, these areas were gardens around houses […]

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Urban Forests | THAILAND

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WHY ? Bangkok, capital of Thailand, is one of the three biggest city in South East Asia with almost 20 million inhabitants and is considered as an international hub for transport, fashion or tourism. This fast growing city, contrasted by its wealth cultural heritage and its numerous business towers and malls centers, start to tackle […]