Nowadays, increasingly more attention is being given to the importance of green areas as fundamental tools for biological balance and to fight against climate change.
Are gardens just places for leisure, human enjoyment, visual integration, microclimatic regulation, and for the production of food, or will they have a broader role in the future, contributing to the regeneration of natural life and the balance of ecological systems?
Throughout 2022, the Gulbenkian Garden is promoting a series of visits focused on how to make our gardens, parks and land, both inside and outside cities, more welcoming for wildlife – fundamental for life on Earth!
Wilder follows these visits and publishes a monthly article on each of the different topics covered. You can read it here!
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