Mother Earth is in our hands!

From time immemorial, the Earth has housed, nurtured and cared for us. Myth tells us about the relationship between Nature and the Divinity that governed the cycles of life-death-rebirth...

Nature Classrooms coming up for Earth Day

The Nature Classrooms are green areas where students can learn about and experience first-hand the biodiversity typical of their local areas. They add to the more than 2,000 square...

The tulip, the spring flower between history and legend

The tulip grows in a wide geographical area from the Iberian Peninsula to North Africa, from Greece to the Balkans, Turkey, Syria, Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan, Iran, Ukraine, South...

The 7 WWF tips for a sustainable Easter

Here are the 7 WWF tips for a sustainable Easter: 1 - Do-it-yourself decorationsThere is no need to buy too many decorations, we can create some with painted eggs, ribbons,...

Dementia and its risk factors: each step counts!

Dementia is a heterogeneous syndrome characterised by a progressive deterioration of cognition and the ability to perform activities of daily living. Dementia also has a huge emotional, economic, and...

Trash art: contemporary visual art meets the nature

Art has always been a reflection of reality. The artists express their everyday life with their works, accentuating their particular conditions. The socio-cultural changes (and also climate, now) are...