The 6,000 volunteers covered 300 km and 139 peaks to clean up the mess left by the 4 million tourists who visit the mountain range every year.
In addition to looking good and keeping the local ducks happy, the floating garden provides environmental benefits such as increasing biodiversity in the city, while helping clean the water and air.
Because the sand will soon be blown away by the wind it was chosen especially to present some of the worlds most endangered species.
Stor Café has ditched plastic, embraced bamboo and making sure no food goes to waste as it embraces the green revolution.
The heat-beating bus stops in Białystok will be surrounded by decorative grasses and perennial shrubs which city authorities say will “mitigate the effects of climate change by lowering the temperature and reducing the phenomenon of so-called urban heat island, microclimate improvement, rainwater retention”.
The hand-painted poles which have appeared in Poznań visually present particular data, such as the percentage of deforestation and air pollution.
Declared extinct by ecologists in 2002, the 2.5cm Black Bee has now been spotted in six permanent habitats after ecologists urged Facebook users to send in photos.
The team at Gdańsk University of Technology say their innovative polymer is a combination of thermoplastic starch from potato flour and Poly(lactic acid) (PLA for short). But don’t try and eat it!
With all its products vegan and cruelty free, Bohema want to change the face of fashion.
Based on a similar concept to pop-up Brixton and Bangkok’s Art Box, the solar-powered, five-storey, vegetation-covered complex will have three main zones: food and catering, service and commercial areas (with small boutiques of Polish designers), and an events hall dedicated to workshops, exhibitions and lectures.