Sustainable Development

August 20, 2017

Using Public Art to Get Beirutis to (Re) Consider the Bicycle By Nathalie Rosa Bucher

The bicycle is revolutionary because…. It has the ability to address a lot of our problems all at once and in a very simple way: The […]
August 20, 2017

The Gift of Gardening Young Refugee Children Grow to Learn

Text By Nathalie Rosa Bucher Photos By Zaher Grow to Learn & Rita Chami   A distant prayer call wafts through the classroom. A woman in […]
August 11, 2017

Food Matters from Rooftops to Gardens

By Nathalie Rosa Bucher     Some tables are turning in Lebanon as consumers change the way they procure their food, wanting to know about where […]
August 8, 2017

Beirut’s Budding Bicycle Culture

By Nathalie Rosa Bucher   Given the number of automobiles, one could be mistaken to think that Beirut was built for cars rather than people. Motorists […]
August 8, 2017

The Bike Kitchen, Bike Entrepreneur Karim Sokhn Sets up a Hub for Cyclists

Text by Nathalie Rosa Bucher Photos by The Bike Kitchen and Nathalie Rosa Bucher   After setting up Cycling Circle to get people to experience Beirut […]
August 8, 2017

Raising a Green Generation

Text By Gabriella Porelli Green Starts at School Raises Environmental Awareness “As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of […]
August 4, 2017

The Strenuous Fight for Public Space at Ramlet El Baida,; Activists Protest Against a Private Construction Project on the Beach

Text and Photos by  Suzanne Baaklini   Beirut’s last public sand beach is in danger. Since a private construction project started in September 2016, civil society […]
August 4, 2017

The Bike Kitchen

Bike Entrepreneur Karim Sokhn Sets up a Hub for Cyclists   Text by Nathalie Rosa Bucher Photos by The Bike Kitchen and Nathalie Rosa Bucher   […]