If you have a spare patch of land - even if it is tiny - you may want to consider planting a forest. A Miyawaki forest to be exact.
The small, fast-growing jungle-like forests are springing up around Europe as a way to preserve nature, and restore biodiversity.
"The natural dynamic is to turn from a lawn into a lush forest," said Nicolas de Brabandere, founder of Urban Forests in Belgium. "That's a process that can take 200 years. But with this methodology, we plan everything at once and we speed up the process. In 20 years we get very similar results."
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